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Any suggestions on an outline?

what position would I take?

I need to ouline the issue; craft an approach to addressing the issue; anticipate and address counterarguments; explicitly outline assumptions; reduce ambiguity and avoid jargon and develop sound factual basis for the conclusion.

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Outlining the issue just means to explain the issue. In your topic proposal that is due tomorrow, start out with a general sentence, such as "Courts have ruled that corporal punishment is illegal in Bangladesh." (Of course, your sentence should be specific to your topic.) Then you can present some ...

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