Write a formal research paper of 2,250 3,250 words (12pt, double spaced, 1 margin, APA format) reflecting on some current injustice that impacts the world today and connects with your major area of study. The paper should demonstrate: 1) rigorous and careful research regarding the situation, 2) various perspectives on the injustice, and 3) possible responses to the problem. Since this is a research paper, youshould utilize 8-10 scholarly sources in writing a unique thesis about a meaningful topic related to the course. The professor cannotstress in strong enough terms the danger and consequences of plagiarism on this assignment. Please see the Academic Integrity Policy section of the current ENC catalog for a basic explanation of plagiarism. After reading that, please feel free to ask the professor for clarity regarding any questions you have on the matter.Students should avoid generic term paper topics (i.e. Abortion: Pros and Cons) and strive to write a paper that explores the issue with significant creativity and depth (i.e. The Ethics of Clothing: Where Target Gets Its Threads). Your topic can be related to, but should be different from, issues discussed in class. You may approach this paper from a theological perspective (describing how the church ought to respond) or from an ethical perspective (how anybody ought to perceive and respond to the situation). In either case, youshould demonstrate a solid grasp of the way ethical theory and/or social justice views operate with respect to the topic (i.e. which theory you are using to address a problem and how ethical theory/social justice views identifies or evaluates the injustice).Common problems students have faced before on this assignment include: 1) failing to identify which ethical theories are active in a particular debate, 2) failing to identify a clear thesis and itinerary for the paper, 3) lacking proper research and resources, particularly from the field of ethics, and 4) lacking adequate editing, formatting and paper structure. These problems will result in significant deductions.