The Research Paper should begin by making an argument that answers or addresses


The Research Paper should begin by making an argument that answers or addresses your central research question (a “thesis”). The main body of the Research Paper should provide a synthesis of your research and use that research as evidence to build an argument in support of your overall thesis. Research papers should conclude by (a) articulating the significance of your argument and (b) explaining what aspects of your central research question remain unanswered.You may (and likely will) conduct additional research for the Research Paper beyond what was included in the Annotated Bibliography. This additional research may also include reputable non-academic sources (such as news articles, magazine articles, or research from non-partisan think tanks). At minimum, the Research Paper must cite 10 different sources and at least 6 of these sources must be academic (peer reviewed). Regardless of the topic, the tone of the paper should be professional and written for an academic audience.Length: (approximately 8-10 double-spaced pages) and a bibliography.**Use annotated bibliography sources and other sources if neededannotated bibliography document attached**