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I’m working on a Writing exercise and need support.Please read directions, all supporting texts are linkedPrompt:This module presents a number of voices giving insights into the value of life. Hamlet’s soliloquy offers an emotional, metaphor-laden glimpse into the thinking of a young man contemplating suicide. Chris Jones’s interview with Roger Ebert uses first-hand observations and excerpts from Eberts’s blog and movie reviews to convey how the film critic thinks about life. Amanda Ripley’s article from Time magazine provides insight into the problems involved in translating the concept of valuing life from abstract terms into actual dollars and cents. A Human Life Value Calculator establishes specific criteria for assigning monetary value to a person’s life.
You might not fully agree or disagree with any of the texts’ essential claims about the value of life. This makes your voice an important contribution to this discussion about how we should value human life. Where do your ideas fit into the terrain mapped by the other texts we have read? Is it right to assign dollar values to a person’s life? Do suffering and illness impact how we should value life?
For this assessment you will construct an argument in response to the following essential question: How should society assign value to human life? You will need to use and reference at least 3 of the required readings in the process of developing YOUR stance and supporting YOUR claims.
Assume that the audience for your piece consists of intelligent citizens interested in this issue. As you breakdown this prompt, choose your format, and review the module texts, make note of the type of writing you are required to complete, the sources you may need to describe and discuss in your writing, and the audience for your writing. Additionally, think about the different ways the authors we have read make their points about valuing life. Depending on the points you are trying to make, you might want to use some metaphors for life, as Hamlet does, or share observations and anecdotes the way Chris Jones does. On the other hand, you may choose to include some words from people you interview, as Ripley does in her article, or you might even decide to establish some criteria for how human life should be calculated in monetary terms. As you construct your product, make conscious choices about the ways you can present your ideas to your audience about how society should assign value to human life. Be sure to refer to and cite the readings. You may also use examples from your personal experience or observations.
Requirements: 5 page essay


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