Research Paper: Final Assignment OVERVIEW This Research Paper: Final Assignment will help

Research Paper: Final AssignmentOVERVIEWThis Research Paper: Final Assignment will help you further develop your academic research and writing skills, as you are required to think critically about the research and analyze the topic. Additionally, you will become more familiar with current law and policy that applies to immigration and homeland security. INSTRUCTIONSThe Research Paper: Final Assignment must be at least 8 pages of text, not including the title, abstract, and reference pages, using current APA format. The Research Paper: Final Assignment must focus on the current immigration debate as it relates to homeland security,
HLSC 520Page 3 of 3describe the current state of the laws and executive orders, and address the impact on homeland security.
Finally, interpret the impact in light of a personal Christian worldview.
Your Research Paper: Final Assignment must make a point. Do not merely report what is. Take what is, analyze it, interpret it in light of a personal Christian worldview, discuss options, and discuss things you think should change. Support your ideas, give alternatives to current practice and support them, and integrate material from textbook readings or lecture notes. If you are of a different major taking this as an elective, integrate your field into this project. However, do not write in the first person; keep an academic voice throughout the paper.Your Research Paper: Final Assignment must be written in 12-point, Times New Roman font with 1-inch margins. It must include an APA formatted title page. Include page numbers in accordance with current APA guidelines. You must use a minimum of 5 scholarly sources in addition to the course textbook and the Bible. You must submit the paper as a Microsoft Word file. Proper spelling, grammar, and sentence structure are expected. Short, choppy sentences are NOT acceptable. This is a graduate-level course, and deductions will be made accordingly. You must not use personal pronouns (I, me, we, us, our, etc.), and the standards of academic writing must be applied. Have someone else proofread your paper before turning it in to ensure what you are saying makes sense.