In this assignment, you will identify the topic for your final project. It is brief, but it requires some critical thinking and a little research. Use the following instructions as your checklist

In this assignment, you will identify the topic for your final project. It is brief, but it requires some critical thinking and a little research.  Use the following instructions as your checklist before submitting and review the samples provided if you need to (the samples are only illustrative; it doesn’t mean that they both meet all requirements, you can always do better).

___First, identify a moral issue in your LOCAL community. You may find this in a number of ways, including direct experience in your local community, a local newspaper, local radio, etc.  By “local” it is meant in your city of residence or even within your state.

___Second, in a paper of at least 400 words long explain how the issue you have chosen is a moral issue.  Somewhere in your paper you would state “this is a moral issue because…”  The general framework created in the first week of the semester should provide you with a strong foundation to determine adequately what constitutes a moral issue.

___Third, provide at least two references that show how you will be able to do research on this issue.

___Fourth, the very first paragraph in your paper should clearly identify the issue.

___Submit turnitin

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