Informative writing


Topic is eating disorders. I have provided the references you will need to use. This week you will submit an outline and thesis statement for your informative paper. When you write an informative essay that presents two sides of an issue without revealing bias, there are three primary organizational tactics that can be used:  Present all the major arguments on one side of the issue, and then present all the major arguments of the opposing viewpoint.  Present one of the major issues relating to the overarching topic, and in the same paragraph, discuss the viewpoints of both sides on this particular issue.  In one paragraph, present one of the viewpoints on one major aspect of the controversy, and then follow that paragraph with another paragraph presenting the opposing views’ arguments related to the same aspect of the controversy. You then repeat that pattern one to three more times. For this assignment: 1. Use the outline template and one of the strategies listed above to organize the materials for your paper. 2. Use specific quotes or cited evidence in APA format for your supporting details. 3. Develop a concise thesis statement that clearly and accurately presents the main idea you will develop in your paper. Salafia, E. H. B., Jones, M. E., Haugen, E. C., & Schaefer, M. K. (2015). Perceptions of the causes of eating disorders: a comparison of individuals with and without eating disorders. Journal of eating disorders, 3(1), 32. Schaumberg, K., Welch, E., Breithaupt, L., Hübel, C., Baker, J. H., Munn‐Chernoff, M. A., … & Hardaway, A. J. (2017). The science behind the Academy for Eating Disorders’ nine truths about eating disorders. European Eating Disorders Review, 25(6), 432-450. Tavolacci, M. P., Grigioni, S., Richard, L., Meyrignac, G., Déchelotte, P., & Ladner, J. (2015). Eating disorders and associated health risks among university students. Journal of nutrition education and behavior, 47(5), 412-420. Westmoreland, P., Krantz, M. J., & Mehler, P. S. (2016). Medical complications of anorexia nervosa and bulimia. The American journal of medicine, 129(1), 30-37. Ferrario, C., Labouèbe, G., Liu, S., Nieh, E., Routh, V., Xu, S., & O’Connor, E. (2016). Homeostasis Meets Motivation in the Battle to Control Food Intake. The Journal Of Neuroscience, 36(45), 11469-11481. Kessler, R., Hutson, P., Herman, B., & Potenza, M. (2016). The neurobiological basis of binge-eating disorder. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 63, 223-238. Swami, V. (2015). Cultural Influences on Body Size Ideals. European Psychologist, 20(1), 44-51. Allison, S., Warin, M., & Bastiampillai, T. (2013). Anorexia nervosa and social contagion: Clinical implications. Australian & New Zealand Journal Of Psychiatry, 48(2), 116-120.


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