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Definitional claims are claims over the denotation or classification of what something is. In essence, we are trying to argue for what something is or what something is not.
An argumentative definition paper that requires the use of at least TWO scholarly resources, cited and documented correctly according to MLA format.

For your Definitional Argument paper:

Introduce the issue and state the claim.
Define key terms.
Present your first criterion and argument that your case meets your definition.
Present your second criterion and argument that your case meets your definition.
Present your third criterion and argument that your case meets your definition (if necessary).
Anticipate and respond to possible objections/arguments.
Conclude with return to the “big picture,” what is at stake, why your argument is important, etc.
Remember!

Should be at least 750 words and should be in MLA Format including an MLA heading, MLA pagination, a title, and an MLA Works Cited page with corresponding in-text citations (as appropriate).

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