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(Rogerian Argument Detailed Outline)

Title (Centered)

I. Introduction (Rogerian Step One)

- General Introduction (how would you introduce this topic in an actual paper?)

First of all, I chose human rights and I wrote about freedom of religion because of what Im
facing it as a Muslim.
- Basic Context (give explanation as issue, basic definition or simple history)

The right of choosing a religion now it becomes impossible some people their look changes
towards others after they knew what is their religion. the freedom of anything is the simple right
that any human has it.
- Perspectives (give opposition perspective, then give your own; label each and be certain to give full
opposition perspective: freedom of religion is existing, but not everywhere you can practice your
religious believes, but when it comes for business you cant
My prospective: I think every human have the right to practice his religion wherever he wants and
whenever he wants to.
- Thesis Statement (detailed and clearly focused, presenting your position, and phrase it is a claim)

I believe all humans have the right to select or to practice their believes as long as
they dont affect any person in a bad way.

II. Opposition Perspective (Rogerian Step Two)

- Restate Opposing Perspective

You have the right to be whatever your religion is, but you have to be careful because not
everyone will accept you. And the law will not protect you from whats happen to you.
- Details (including history, what they believe and why)

In France where it is illegal for a Muslim lady to wear a head scarf at a public school. In the
United States of America, it is the opposite; religious freedom is respected. The does not permit a
company to fire or refuse to hire a Muslim woman because she wears her head scarf.
- Accepted Context (under what conditions would this perspective be correct or considered acceptable)
Its correct due to that facts they provided.

III. Writer's Perspective (Rogerian Step Three)

- Restate Writer's Perspective and Position
I strongly agree with the idea that any human have the right to choose his religion and practice it when
every he wants without feeling of any weirdness.
- Re-emphasize Claim
It is a claim that every human being has the right to practice his religion.
- Details (including history, what you believe and why)

According to the author, certain principles like equality, universalism, and general freedom are
all associated with this right and they are inalienable. However, these doctrines have been
ignored and violated from time to time by the society.
- Accepted Context (under what conditions would this view be best received or most accepted)

In a place where people can understand the human needs and privacy.
- Refutation of Opposition (what could you state to refute the opposition's perspective?)
I could say that everyone needs some freedom somehow. So they need to understand others
circumstance so others understand theirs.

IV. Common Ground (Rogerian Step Four & Proposal)

- Proposed Solution/Resolution as Common Ground (careful with phrasing, please)

The education in schools should teach the new generation how to respect other people and
respect their religion. also, there should be an awareness for the people too.
- Context (what needs to happen for this occur; why does your common ground work, and even how is
it common ground?)
- Implementation (how will it be carried out)

The governments can start printing new book for schools and can help the organization that
support this cause.
- Resources (what will be needed)
organizations might need the media so it become easy for them to spread their believe to the world. So
the government can help them byt giving them access to the TV and other social media.
VI. Concluding Statements
- Predictions

I think someday the pace will occur in the whole world, but it will need a huge sacrifice to reach that day.
- Other Concerns (possibly to wrap up loose ends or ideas) or Rhetorical Questions

All religions needs to be peaceful together and think towards bigger problems in the world.

VII. Works Cited

(List required sources in MLA format)

1. Bielefeldt, Heine. "Misperceptions of Freedom of Religion or Belief." Human Rights

Quarterly 35.1 (2013): 33-68.
2. Bazelion, Emily. "What Are the Limits of Religious Liberty?" 7 July 2015. The New
York Times Magazine. 9 May 2016.
3. Donald, Alice and Erica Howard. "The right to Freedom of Religion or Belief and its
Intersection with other Rights." The Human Rights Journal 15. 5 (2015): 13-19. JSTOR.
Web.9 2016.