The essay should have a clear structure which includes: 1. An introduction that: a. Includes a few general statements supported by the mandatory readings (in-text citations) about the topic to clarify your interpretation of the question; b. Includes a thesis statement that presents your position on the topic; and c. Outlines the main points that support your position. 2. A body that: a. Includes a series of logically developed arguments that support your position and b. Ensures that each argument and/or sub-argument is supported by the mandatory readings (in-text citations and examples from the readings). 3. A conclusion that: a. Summarises the main points discussed in the body of the essay; b. Restates the thesis statement; and c. Includes a final comment that does not introduce any new ideas. 4. Cohesive text that aids with the logical flow of the arguments presented. 5. A reference list which is in alphabetical order by authors last name and includes only the resources that are used in the body of the text (i.e. in-text citations) Note: This assessment will evaluate what students have learnt from ULO 1,2 and 4. You must use all of the mandatory readings listed above in your essay.