U.S. companies should or should not be allowed to move their factories overseas

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Writing-Across-the-Curriculum Requirements:

 U.S. companies should or should not be allowed to move their factories overseas 

Topic: U.S. companies should or should not be allowed to move their factories overseas. 

It is a designated “Writing-Across-the-Curriculum” course.  This means that the student must pass the writing part of the course in order to pass the course.  You are required to do one position paper from the list below.  The paper should be 2,000 words in length, 12-point type, double-spaced, with one-inch margins on all sides and top to bottom.  Do not place your paper in any binder, folder, or notebook.  Simply staple it in the upper left hand corner. The list of references is in addition to the submitted pages. We will discuss writing style, style manuals, and other similar matters in class.

In order to receive a grade of C or better in this course, the student must write at a satisfactory skill level of C or better.  If the student’s writing is weak, but shows understanding of the course material then the student may receive a D grade, in which case, the student will not receive WAC credit.

Begin your paper with a strong opening statement, which includes your position.  Follow this up with relevant supporting arguments and evidence.  You should use a minimum of six different information sources to support your contention.  Do not cite a website but rather the person or organization providing the information.  Do not forget to document the information source (i.e. journal, newspaper, or website).

Be sure to end your paper with a summary of the main points and recommendations for change when appropriate.  Give credit for the references cited in your paper, using any standard style manual for form of citation.  Your presentation and the way you support your position will determined the final paper grade.  The list of topic areas includes the following:

  • The Sarbanes-Oxley Act will or will not significantly improve corporate governance.
  • The FDA should or should not be allowed to regulate the tobacco industry.
  • Marketing practices employed by U.S. firms in developing countries should or should not differ from practices used in the developing world.
  • Advertising directed towards children should or should not be regulated more directly by government.
  • America’s food supply is or is not safe from contamination.
  • U.S. companies should or should not be allowed to move their factories overseas.
  • U.S. government should or should not enact legislation to protect the privacy of employees on the job.

Solution

Title; U.S. companies should or should not be allowed to move their factories overseas. 

Length;8 pages (2200 words)

Style;MLA