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Is Australia a successful example of multiculturalism in action?
Position papers are used in a wide variety of contexts and for different purposes in academic and non – academic workplaces. Governments, political parties, non-government organisations and the business/corporate sector alike use position papers to communicate their approach to issues, to outline and ground discussions, to contribute to policy debates on a specific issue and to advocate for the positions of various stakeholders/organisations. In an applied debate context, a position paper presents one side of an argument about a particular issue. A position paper describes a position on an issue and the rationale for that position. It is based on evidence that provides a solid foundation for your argument. Its purpose is to generate support on/for an issue and to convince the audience/reader that your position (on the issue) is valid and defensible. More specifically, the goal is to present a compelling case justifying your position and the merits of the course of action you propose for solving the problem (where appropriate).
In the position paper you should:
•Use evidence to support your position, such as statistical evidence or dates and events.•Validate your position with authoritative references or primary source quotations.•Examine the strengths and weaknesses of your position.
•Evaluate possible solutions and suggest courses of action.
Your position paper should be developed using evidence and solid reasoning. You may choose an issue on which you have already formed an opinion. However, in writing about this issue you must examine your opinion of the issue critically. Prior to writing your position paper, define and limit your issue carefully. Social issues are complex with multiple solutions and y Document Preview:

Position Paper (1700 words) dues 02 February 2018 at 1pm Is Australia a successful example of multiculturalism in action? Position papers are used in a wide variety of contexts and for different purposes in academic and non – academic workplaces. Governments, political parties, non-government organisations and the business/corporate sector alike use position papers to communicate their approach to issues, to outline and ground discussions, to contribute to policy debates on a specific issue and to advocate for the positions of various stakeholders/organisations. In an applied debate context, a position paper presents one side of an argument about a particular issue. A position paper describes a position on an issue and the rationale for that position. It is based on evidence that provides a solid foundation for your argument. Its purpose is to generate support on/for an issue and to convince the audience/reader that your position (on the issue) is valid and defensible. More specifically, the goal is to present a compelling case justifying your position and the merits of the course of action you propose for solving the problem (where appropriate). In the position paper you should: •Use evidence to support your position, such as statistical evidence or dates and events. •Validate your position with authoritative references or primary source quotations. •Examine the strengths and weaknesses of your position.•Evaluate possible solutions and suggest courses of action. Your position paper should be developed using evidence and solid reasoning. You may choose an issue on which you have already formed an opinion. However, in writing about this issue you must examine your opinion of the issue critically. Prior to writing your position paper, define and limit your issue carefully. Social issues are complex with multiple solutions and you may need to narrow the topic/issue of your position paper to something that is manageable. Research your issue thoroughly,…

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