Discrimination towards women(womens right)

A research paper is a composition that takes into account other ideas and opinions on a topic in addition to your own ideas and opinions. As in other essays, this paper should have an introduction with a solid thesis, well-supported and developed body paragraphs with topic sentences, and a thoughtful conclusion. Please consult The OWL (Online Writing Lab) at Purdue link on the course page for hints on writing a research paper: how to develop an outline, paraphrase, avoid plagiarism, quote, use statistics, write a thesis statement, and prepare Works Cited page. Except for capital punishment and abortion, the topic for the research paper is open. The OWL (Online Writing Lab) at Purdue, linked on your course page (also you can google OWL) and A Writeras Resource are the recommended sources for research instruction and documentation. All papers should adhere to MLA guidelines. Students also are required to see a professional tutor in the Writing Lab by November 28. The Writing Lab does not see students during finals week.

Seven Outside Sources including the Personal Interview
You should consult at least seven outside sources including one hard-copy book, one hard-copy magazine, one hard-copy newspaper, two web sources, and one personal interview. While you treat the interview as another outside source, a copy of the interview (2-3 pages minimum) should be submitted with the research paper. Do not use the interview in bulk in the research body; only quote from the interview as you would from other sources.