Write an evaluative claim about a problem; this argument must be based on three reasons. For example, argue that something is harmful, unethical, failing, backfiring, etc. based on three reasons. Determine a set of criteria you will use to argue your claim. Your thesis statement will be tailored to establish that the topic is a problem.
- X is (harmful/unjust/another adjective) because [insert three reasons based on your evaluation criteria: A, B, and C].
Be sure your topic is specific and debatable. For example, most people would agree that violence is harmful, but not everyone would agree that the death penalty is ethical. Claiming that violence is harmful to society is not only too broad a topic, but it is also not debatable. Thus, it would not make an effective claim. It would be much more manageable to argue that California’s (or another state’s) application of the death penalty is unjust or to argue that the appeals process for inmates on death row discriminates against (or disproportionately affects) a particular group. Because you will also need to introduce and respond to an opposing view in your essay, it’s especially important that you choose a topic about which there is at least some disagreement.
To identify a problem that links to your narrative argument topic and to learn how to create an evaluation claim that addresses a social issue. You will use ethos, pathos, and logos to persuade your audience.
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Some quarters perceive mandatory vaccination policies as affronts to the vital aspect of trust-building that should be the backbone of any public health process (Islam et al., 2021). Such decisions affect the intimate facets of people’s lives as people have a right to know everything about a substance injected into their bodies. On the general plane, people often assume gaps in public policy as an admission of fault (Islam et al., 2021). Concerns about the government’s handling of the pandemic extend to other issues beyond vaccination. For instance, governments and other regulatory bodies developed policies such as lockdowns and social distancing rules to minimize interactions among people and, by extension, community infections. Such measures were designed to facilitate more effective contact tracing and avoid a chaotic scene where the people one interacted with could not be ascertained. However,