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The research paper requires students to answer one of the following
The research paper requires students to answer one of the following questions below.
Students are required to write between 1900-2100 words in response to the question.
Penalties for exceeding 2100 words will be calculated at 5% deducted from the final grade
for every 10% or part thereof of the word count that is exceeded. This means that a penalty
is deducted as soon as the word count is exceeded. Submissions less than 1900 words will
not be graded. Students may struggle, however, to adequately respond to the issues
presented in the question if they write too few words.Papers should be written in 12 point,
Times New Roman with 1.5 line spacing. A cover page with the student’s details, the total
word count, and the selected question should be included. No running header or footer is
required. The paper will also require a reference list/ bibliography of the works cited in the
paper. Papers should refer to a minimum of 10 academic sources (books, journal articles,
and similar). References should be in Chicago style. If, in the view of the instructor, a
submission does not evidence sufficient effort to conform to Chicago style, it will receive an
automatic zero and be returned to the student without comment or feedback. Papers must
be written in an academic voice, with a research essay structure. Reference lists and the
cover page are not part of the word count.Research paper questions [choose and respond to
only one of the following options]:Is capital punishment an appropriate penalty in the
United States in the 21st century?Discuss the state and challenges of health care in jails.
Why is health care in jails important and what are the challenges in jails’ health care
systems? How should these challenges be addressed?Choose a special inmate population.
What are the central issues in relation to this population? What should be done in response
to these issues?What is prisonization and how is it experienced by different groups in
correctional facilities? What problems are associated with prisonization and what can be
done in response?Please include in text citations (author date)Chicago cite