Explain why your paper is offering a unique perspective, or adding something new to the discussions we’ve had in class.

The paper proposal is designed to get you started early on your paper and set you up for success. You will receive detailed feedback on your paper proposal, which you are expected to read and incorporate into your final draft.Your final paper must be about a topic related to reproductive rights and justice (broadly conceptualized) as well as some component of law, regulation, or control. Your paper must make a unique argument. You are welcome to draw ideas for the paper from your weekly reflection exercises.The proposal must include the following:• Your topic and research question• Your central argument (in the form of a thesis statement)• The main sub-arguments or points you expect to address (i.e. what arguments are you going to have to make in order to support your main argument• The theories and concepts you think you will draw on• Explain why your paper is offering a unique perspective, or adding something new to the discussions we’ve had in class. Make sure you clearly show why your topic is relevant to the class.• Include a bibliography of at least 8 peer-reviewed sources (at least 3 of these should be from the required readings). The bibliography is not included in the word count.A cover page is not necessary, but please ensure your name and student ID are on the document. The proposal should be written in full sentences. It should be between 500-700 words. Proposals should be submitted via Brightspace. You may submit a .doc, .docx, or .pdf file, but please note that it makes it much easier for your TA to give detailed feedback if you submit a .doc or .docx file!
*******************************************************For peer-reviewed sources, you will need to use my username and my password to log in to my school online library I will give you this after you take your order I will also tell you how to find it after you logged in. I have added some of the readings under.