Demonstrate critical thinking and critical analysis skills, including your use of a research based argumentation

Now that you have created a thorough outline, you should continue to expand the outline into an essay format using proper APA style. Additionally, you will need to show competency in constructing a research-based argumentative piece of writing.
To meet that goal, you will need to meet the following requirements:
Demonstrate critical thinking and critical analysis skills, including your use of a research based argumentation
Write between 1,000 – 1,200 words
Papers that do not meet at least 1,000 words are subject to a pro-rated penalty. (i.e. submitting 800 words would result in a 20% loss of grade as 20% of the paper’s word requirements were not met)
Effectively organize your essay. Write a clear introduction, thesis statement, multiple body paragraphs supporting the thesis statement, and a clear conclusion
Use at least four sources.
Using a source means quoting, paraphrasing, or summarizing it, including a citation each time it is being used
Reference each source you use in your reference list
You should use the following sources:
Your textbook selection from Weeks 1, 2, and 3
Two peer-reviewed academic journal sources from Keiser’s e-Library
At least one additional credible source, which may include a reading from your text, the e-Library, or another reputable location
Additional sources are optional.
Contact your instructor if you are unsure as to whether a source will count towards the requirements.
If less than four sources are used, 10% may be taken off for each missing source (i.e. using only two sources would result in a 20% loss of grade)
No block quotes should be included. Use integrated quotes only.
Use 3rd person objective point of view only. Avoid 1st and 2nd person point of view.