at least 5 recent 2016 or newer sources properly cited from peer reviewed journals as part of you evidence demonstrating your ability to do professional scholarship
at least 5 recent (2016 or newer) sources properly cited from peer reviewed journals as part of you evidence demonstrating your ability to do professional scholarship.
2, the argument should be 3-5 pages long with an introduction putting the argument in social context, a few pages of well developed evidence and then a solid conclusion.
3. be sure you consider the basic syllogism form.
4. there should be no way for someone to refute your argument with some easily available evidence or by pointing out a logical fallacy you have committed.
5. should have clear premises and conclusion of this scientific argument.
6. be sure to evaluate the details of the studies that report the ill effects to be sure you are convinced by their results and that their experimental design is sufficient with regard to things like sample size and control.