Introduction (80 words)
A brief introduction that tells the reader the topic of the response and your intention as the “writer”.
Description of the issue (150 words)
A succinct description of what the issue is about with possible references to geography, time, people concerned, reasons for the issue, and any relevant data; back up writing with references to literature found on LEO (using your academic reference style).
Reasons why this issue is one associated with social justice (150 words)
An explanation of why the issue is linked to social justice; state for whom this issue is unjust; may wish to provide a definition of social justice; back up writing with references to literature found on LEO (using your academic reference style).
Stakeholders involved in this issue and analysis of their perspectives (750 words)
Provide a succinct explanation of three stakeholders’ perspectives/beliefs (250 words per each stakeholder) that are held about the issue; explain why the perspective/belief is held, and why that stakeholder may not want the situation to change; may want to discuss how they differ and reasons for this difference; back up writing with references to literature found on LEO (using your academic reference style).
Analysis of the issue in relation to the common good and the principles of human flourishing (750 words)
Describe how human flourishing and the common good are compromised in the issue; possibly provide a definition for the common good and human flourishing (as well as their defining characteristics); explain that the issue can be analysed using principles of human flourishing; identify the most relevant principles that apply, and discuss how they are relevant; back up writing with references to literature found on LEO (using your academic reference style).
A proposed resolution for realising the common good (200 words)
Provide a reasoned resolution that links to the stakeholders’ perspectives and the principles of HF and the common good; state how the characteristics of the common good could be realised with the resolution; back up writing with references to literature found on LEO (using your academic reference style).
Conclusion (120 words)
Make reference back to the topic (as seen in the introduction); an overview of the main argument for the resolution for realising the common good; concluding comment concerning achievement of the aim of the “writer”.

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