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Uninformed opinions are usually based on assumptions we’ve never really examined. Examples of popular assumptions that are largely unexamined include:

1. “Bottled water is safer and better for us than tap water.”
2. “Forest fires should always be prevented or suppressed immediately.”
3. “The fewer germs in their environment, the healthier the children.”
4. “The more soy we eat, the better.”

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Identify and examine any one popular assumption for accuracy.

For example, you might tackle the bottle water assumption by visiting the FDA website <> and the Sierra Club site <> for starters. Also take a look at the Sierra Club’s twitter feed: <>.
Trace the sites and links to get the information and write up your findings in a memo.

The memo must be 2 pages double-spaced and be sure to attach a Works Cited page as well.


Compose a four-page essay on one of the following topic below. Include your explicit-thesis statement at the end of your introduction. Your explicit-thesis statement should be argumentative in tone.  Include at least four secondary sources in your essay. All sources must come from the university’s database, Ebscohost. They must come from scholarly journals.  Do not pad your essay with quotations; give specific examples and supporting details to prove your claim.  Again, your thesis statement should be an argumentative, explicit-thesis with a strong focus of discussion.  Use the most recent format of the MLA format to document your essay with in-text citations and your works cited sheet. The essay must be at least four pages in length. Do not include clichés and pretentious language. Due Date: February 7, 2020 by 11:59 p.m.


Should society encourage traditional values and traditional forms and neglect other family structures such as same-sex and single parent families?