For this assignment, complete the following:
- Review the Toulmin-model outline (Week 2 Lesson) and your completed Week 3 Assignment (Con-Position Proposal). Assess any feedback provided by the professor and/or your peers.
- Compose a position paper representing the con side of your new topic. (See the Con-Paper Template). The paper should include approximately 6 developed paragraphs:
- Introduction (with thesis statement)
- Context paragraph
- 3 body paragraphs (focusing on 3 cons)
- Apply a formal tone appropriate for academic audiences, maintaining an objective 3rd person point of view – no 1st person (I, me, my, we, our, us, mine) or 2nd person (you, your). Avoid contractions, clichés, and slang terminology.
- Use the provided template to assist in formatting the title page and document.
- Incorporate at least 3 scholarly sources into the paper. Cite all sources in APA format, both parenthetically and on a reference page.
- Before submission, proofread and edit carefully for spelling, punctuation, and grammar. Not every error will be flagged automatically in word-processing programs, and some that are flagged as errors are actually correct.
Writing Requirements (APA format)
- Length: 2-3 pages (not including the title or reference pages)
- 1-inch margins
- Double spaced
- 12-point Times New Roman font
- Title page
- References page (minimum of 3 academic articles)
Surrogacy is one of the reproductive procedure that involves a surrogate mother and expected parents. This practice is majorly considered unethical by various social and religious groups. Surrogacy is legalized in some parts of the world such as India and some of the states in United States (Li, 2017). There are various factors that make this practice to be considered unethical. One of such factors is that surrogacy encourages gay marriages since it allows gay parents to have biological children. Surrogacy is also against most of the world cultures and religions. Legalizing surrogacy may also encourage human trafficking as illegal groups my resort to capturing females so that they can be forcefully used for surrogacy. This paper discusses the various aspects of concerns associated with surrogacy.
During the process of surrogacy, the male and the female reproductive cells are extracted from the expected parents. In the situation where one of the expected parents is not able to produce fertile cells, then a donor will be…Please click the icon below to purchase the full answer at only $10.