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IV. Causes a. What is causing this issue or crisis? b. What is making it get worse? c.

When did these causes make the issue become a global problem? d. What different causes are important to your research question? i. Factor One 1. What statistics or information needs to be included with your cause to help people understand the cause? ii. Factor Two 1. What statistics or information needs to be included with your cause to help people understand the cause? iii. Factor Three 1. What statistics or information needs to be included with your cause to help people understand the cause?

V. Tried Solutions a. What has been tried to solve this problem? b. What were the outcomes? c. What has been done to stop it from getting worse? d. Who is involved in trying to develop solutions? e. Where are solutions being tried and having a positive effect? f. How do the solutions relate to your research question? g. What has been tried to fix this issue? i. Solution One 1. What statistics or information needs to be included with your solution to help people understand its effectiveness? ii. Solution Two 1. What statistics or information needs to be included with your solution to help people understand its effectiveness? iii. Solution Three 1. What statistics or information needs to be included with your solution to help people understand its effectiveness?

VI. Conclusion a. What is the most effective solution that answers your research question? b. Why does it work best? c. What will you personally do to advocate for change? d. How should you or others make a change to impact this issue? e. Why should we make these changes? i. Reason One 1. What reason do you have to prove this solution is effective? ii. Reason Two 1. What reason do you have to prove this solution is effective? iii. Reason Three 1. What reason do you have to prove this solution is effective?