Ethical issues in meat consumption

There has to be 4 parts to this paper….
1.An introduction: Here, state clearly what you will be doing your paper using “I-statements,” and formulating
your topic in terms of a main question or series of questions. This should be brief and no more than 1
paragraph long
2.Explanation and discussion: Here define the practice or issue you will be discussing. If it is relevant to the
way you will be addressing your topic, say something about the Canadian laws regarding this practice. Then
discuss at least two contrasting views on your topic, using textual evidence from the sources you have
researched to support your claims. This part should take up about 2/3 of the body of your paper.
3.Critical reflection: Present your own view on the practice or issue you are addressing, and create a sound
argument advocating your position. Make sure to support your argument with justifying premises (and, if
relevant, textual evidence). In defending your own view, it is a good idea not only to explain why you hold this
view, but to further explain why you disagree with opposing views. This part should take up about 1/3 of the
body of your paper.
4.Conclusion: Very briefly summarize (in 1 paragraph) what you have done in your paper and your final
conclusion(s) on the topic discussed, trying to present your ideas in a concise and powerful way that really
brings your point across to the reader.
You have to follow these instructions when writing the 4 paragraphs mentioned above: need to apply at least two of the ethical theories we have covered in class (Virtue ethics, Kantian
ethics/deontology, and utilitarianism) in your paper. You can apply more than two if you want, but in any case,
apply at least two. Egoism is not a valid choice for this paper. ( So basically say why it is unethical to eat meat
and relate it to at least two ethical theories mentioned above)
2.• Remember that you need to use at least 3 sources apart from the references in the course pack. You can
also use those sources, but you don’t have to. If you want to, you are also free to use more than 3 sources.
Make sure that one of your sources is a scholarly article or book, and another one of your sources is a news

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