Addressing the Opioid Crisis

TOPIC: ADDRESSING THE OPIOD CRISIS assignment: The outline will show a plan for your paper: which sources you plan to use; to what extent you will use them; and in what areas of the paper you will refer to them. More importantly, your outline will demonstrate that you understand how your sources relate to one another and the larger issue. Remember, you want to synthesize the sources, and not just string together summaries or quotes (“strings of pearls”).  Just a reminder that this in *not* a traditional outline; be sure to follow the format the was presented to you in this week’s module. This step must be successfully completed in order for a rough draft to be accepted.  EXAMPLE GIVEN: What follows is a model of the short outline that you will need to use. This is not a traditional outline! The following example is for a literary research paper, but the example works fine for this papers’ purposes.  The student’s research question is at the top of the page. As opposed to a traditional outline, the short outline shows the student’s subtopics; about how many pages the student expects to use for each subtopic; and the sources from which the student expects to draw, for each section.  Doing a thoughtful job on this will help you to stay organized and manage your time effectively. Your intro should not be longer than a page; neither should your conclusion. The best papers will integrate more than one source in a section, rather than merely stringing sources together.  If you choose to have an epigraph (a short quote) at the start of your paper, it should be very short – just a sentence or two. It also should be philosophical or ponderous, rather than a regular quote pulled from your other sources.  Research Question: What is the fate of the marriage in “Shiloh” by Bobbie Ann Mason?  (Use quote from Frederick Nietzche as an epigraph: “It is not a lack of love, but a lack of friendship that makes unhappy marriages”).       Introduction –                                                                                  ½ page – 3/4 page  The introduction should draw the reader’s interest and let them know where you are headed in terms of the story. It should start with a wide focus, perhaps the difficulty in keeping a long-term relationship together, and then narrow down to focus on the story. The introduction should name the author and give the title of the story. It should also give a brief overview of the critical landscape without using quotes or naming critics. (“Some critics believe that the couple will divorce, while others contend that they will reunite. Still others speculate that…”). Finally, end the introduction with your thesis: that is. the answer to your research question: At the end of the story, it is clear that the couple will soon part. (Remember, your thesis is a statement that a reasonable reader could disagree with, so it should not be a statement of fact).   3.   Reason one: past history. They married due to pregnancy; unresolved issues over the death of their child.                        1.5 pages Keilen, Kowalski, Patel 4.    Mother-in-law dynamic: she disapproves of him and has never supported the marriage.               1 page  Rosenfeld, Pitoniak, Khattak 5. The couple is growing in different directions: the wife is becoming increasingly powerful; he is becoming diminished.                    2 pages Broward, Patel 6.  The setting: they are picnicking at a Civil War battleground, near a cabin riddled with bullet holes. Imagery of death and loss.                                                                                                              2 pages McKinnon, Rosenfeld 7. Ending gesture: the wife walks away from him. Her arm exercises seem to reflect flying – as in flying away. Roche, Sims                                                                                  2 pages 8. My own further ideas                                        1 pages 9. Conclusion and reflection                                 1/2 page  10. Works Cited page Below is my selected sources: Working Bibliography “Opioid Overdose Crisis.” National Institute on Drug Abuse, 27 May 2020, “Understanding the Epidemic.” CDC, “Opioid Crisis.” U.S. Health Resources & Services Administration, “The Opioid Crisis and the Black/African American Population: An Urgent Issue.” The National Center, Netherland, Julie. “The War on Drugs That Wasn’t: Wasted Whiteness, ‘Dirty Doctors,’ and Race in Media Coverage of Prescription Opioid Misuse.” PMC, “Racial Disparities in Opioid Addiction Treatment in Black and White Populations.” Addiction Center, “Opioid Overdose.” World Health Organization, “Opioid Summaries by State.” National Institute on Drug Abuse, Mason, Maryann. “Opioid Deaths: America’s Other Fatal Health Crisis Hasn’t Gone Away.” U.S. News & World Report, 14 Oct. 2020, 12:56 p.m., “Public Health and the Opioid Crisis.” PEW,

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