Read the article ( attached below ) and choose “yes” or “no,” and argue more for

Read the article ( attached below ) and choose “yes” or “no,” and argue more for

Read the article ( attached below ) and choose “yes” or “no,” and argue more for one side. However, you should briefly mention the argument for the other side. If you feel that you cannot pick a side, you may argue both equally. 
Your task is to find and cite at least 3 professional articles to support your stance. These include the textbook, book chapters, and empirical articles. An empirical article is a study – it has an introduction, method, results, and discussion sections. Be sure to cite your sources in APA format in the text and include a title and reference page. A short paragraph depicting the other side should also be part of the paper, and if you wish to find an article for the other side, it can be one of the three. The goal of the paper is for you to dig into an issue a bit more than you did for the discussion posts, learn how to find sources, and use APA formatting. Sources can be found on google scholar and the NSC library. 
Websites/blogs/newspapers/magazines may be used to further demonstrate a point, but will not count towards the 3 articles required for the paper. You can also cite lectures (Hanes, 2022). When citing sources do not quote; instead, you must paraphrase the information (i.e., rephrase using your own wording). Required length is 5 – 6 double-spaced pages, not including title page and reference page. 12-point font, not including the title or reference page. Abstract is not required. However, you may submit a single-spaced paper if you have having trouble with submitting double-spaced papers to Canvas.