Issue Analysis Essay: Is gun control an effective way to control the crime?

SAMPLE ESSAY STRUCTURE: You may organize your essay however you wish; one idea is a structure like this:

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  • Introduction paragraph (1st Paragraph):
  • Body paragraph 1 (2nd Paragraph)
  • Body Paragraph 2 (3rd Paragraph)
  • [Body Paragraph 4 (5th Paragraph)
  • Body Paragraph 5 (6th Paragraph)
  • Concluding paragraph: Review and Summarize.
  • Identify the topic, disagreement, and issue.
  • Briefly acknowledge what makes the issue complex and debatable.
  • Acknowledge that there are two (or more) sides to the issue and briefly identify the sides/perspectives.
  • State your perspective on the issue in a thesis statement.
  • Fairly describe one perspective of the issue in detail. You may describe both arguments and values that proponents of this “side” use to support their perspective.
  • Identify what is at stake for those who take this “side.”
  • Point out the strengths and weaknesses of this “side.”
  • Identify what is at stake for those who take this “side.”
  • Point out the strengths and weaknesses of this “side.”
  • Either state your agreement with one side or the other, or state a new perspective that either represents a compromise between those two sides or an alternative perspective that rejects both sides.
  • Describe both the arguments and the values that support your perspective.
  • Acknowledge anticipated criticisms of your “side.”
  • Explain why your perspective is still better than [the] other perspective/s.
  • Fairly describe (in detail) another perspective of the issue that “clashes” with the first side you described in the previous paragraph. You may describe both arguments and values that proponents of this “side” use to support their perspective.
  • Highlight the key differences between these two perspectives
  • Point out what both perspectives share in common.]