Causes of mental health issues in college students

Causes of mental health issues in college students

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Sources: You should have a minimum of five (5) and no more than eight (8) reliable/reputable sources, including a combination of at least one book, journal articles, newspaper/magazine articles, Internet sources, and other primary sources (observations, questionnaires, interviews, etc.) as appropriate. Your sources should not be older than five years.
Format: Follow the argument writing conventions discussed in class. Be sure to include an appropriate introduction, a well-developed argument with a counterargument and refutation, and an effective conclusion.
Be sure to follow MLA style formatting guidelines (see the handout from the library).
Include a good ratio of your own original work and citations, including a balance of quotations, paraphrases, and summaries. You may only have one (1) quotation in your paper.
Proofread your essay to make sure it contains minimal language and structure errors (spelling, grammar, vocabulary, sentence structure, etc.). Do not use contractions (e.g. don’t, can’t), and avoid starting sentences with coordinating conjunctions (e.g. for, and, but, or, yet, so), and follow all other aspects of academic writing style.

ENG 114: Argumentative Paper Structure
An effective ENG 114 argumentative research paper must contain all the following parts:
Introduction:
• Starts with a hook
• Establishes the topic
• Briefly summarizes the specific controversy/issue and opposing view points
• States the specific argumentative claim
Context/Background information:
• Supplies essential background of the issue (e.g. history, facts, dates, statistics, etc.)
• Defines unfamiliar terms
• Establishes the importance of the issue
• Builds credibility by demonstrating knowledge
Supporting Paragraphs:
• Each paragraph/section develops a specific point that supports the claim
• Start with a clear, focused topic sentence (NOT borrowed information)
• Contain specific, documented evidence (MLA style)
• Explain the significance of evidence
Counter-argument:
• Develops and objectively presents the strongest opposition(s) to your claim
• Start with a clear, focused topic sentence
• Contains specific, documented evidence (MLA style)
• Explains the significance of evidence
Rebuttal:
• Addresses and refutes the counter-argument
• Start with a clear, focused topic sentence
• Contains specific, documented evidence (MLA style)
• Explain the significance of evidence
Conclusion:
• Restates the claim
• Summarizes the main points/supporting evidence
• Ends with strong final comments
Works Cited:
• Follow MLA guidelines
• Begins on a separate page
• Matches in-text citations