Write a 7-8 pp paper describing the issue, explaining why that topic is important or interesting, asking a question your paper will explore, and making an argument while presenting the data and evidence (it can be a very descriptive argument). You can merely describe the debate on a particular issue or just explore the history and recent evolution of a phenomenon. You don’t need scientific falsifiable hypotheses. Just ask a question and answer it to the best of your ability. Use at least 7-8 high-quality academic, journalistic, institutional, or governmental sources for research and citation. This could be a journal or newspaper article; a book; article/blog/video by a respected/mainstream news organization; a report from a research institution like Pew or Brookings; a report from a government or an international organization; etc. Include a bibliography and proper citation of sources. Any citation style and format is fine as long as things are cited, and are cited properly and consistently. For example, you can use either an in-text citation style (Sezgin 2019: 88) or a footnote style; and any format, such as APA or Chicago style, is OK, as long as it’s consistently applied throughout the paper.