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In their book, The Ethics of What We Eat, Singer and Mason (S&M) present a complex series of topics and problems which lead them to their ultimate conclusions about ethical eating. Part of their presentation of these topics/problems involves analyzing their causes and effects. Doing this helps them lay the ground for their eventual conclusions.
For this essay, you are charged with writing about a topic/problem discussed in S&M’s text and analyzing it’s causes and effects. Your job will be to argue, with evidence and research, that the cause and effect you identify are irrefutably linked.
There are several ways you can approach this assignment, including (but not limited to):
• Carefully (neutrally) presenting S&M’s own demonstrations of causes and effects for a given issue
• Responding to S&M’s demonstration of the causes/effects of an issue by arguing for/against their understanding and presenting your own further reasoning
• Arguing the causes/effects of an issue ‘on your own’, but utilizing S&M as central sources.
Note: Through the topic/problem you choose might have several causes/effects, I recommend narrowing down your argumentation to 1 main cause and 1 main effect.
Assignment Requirements
Chapter 9 (pages 330-372) of The St. Martin’s Guide to Writing addresses how to compose and essay arguing for the causes and effects of a topic. Essay 3’s assignment requirements are as follows:
1. I invite you to explore and analyze a topic/problem in S&M’s text and argue about what caused it and what its effects are. You should be primarily concerned with demonstrating that one central cause and effect are connected (i.e. the effect truly follows from the cause)
2. Your paper will present a clear and organized academic presentation of several things, including the particular context or subarea of the conversation you’re interested in, the plausibility of certain causes or effects, and responses to readers’ likely objection to your arguments complete with their preferred alternatives.
3. You must incorporate substantial research throughout the essay. You must also be sure to use proper citations and give appropriate credit to the sources you use.
4. Your paper will have an appropriate tone and respect for other’s work. Remember to be charitable in your interpretations of other’s work and give everyone fair consideration.
5. Your paper should be well organized and should have a clear thesis that includes a forecast of the structure of the paper.
General Info & Deadlines
• Strict MLA formatting required—see SMG Ch. 20
• In addition to the official 1ABC rubric, I will assess your essay using the requirements detailed in this prompt.
• Paper length: 1800-2000 words.

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