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Topic: workers with the same job title deserve the same pay rate

ASSIGNMENT QUESTION
Choose ONE of the debate topics selected for your course specialism that was NOT
used for the Interim Assessed Debates (see tables below).
Using relevant ideas and concepts from the session and supporting information,
write a 1500-word argumentative essay that identifies and evaluates both the
‘for’ and ‘against’ positions related to the selected topic.
Debate topic options by specialism:
Business & Marketing
Theme: Topic:
Equality &
Diversity
Customer profiling decreases representation, rather than
increasing it
The
Environment
Marketers bear responsibility for creating our wasteful society
Brexit Marketing will be affected by Brexit more than other corporate
industries
World Politics Digital marketing tactics pose a threat to democracy
Technology Promoting ads based on passive voice recordings should be
avoided
Health & Social Care / Healthcare Management
Theme: Topic:
Equality &
Diversity
Additional NHS services should be privatised to reduce health
inequalities
The
Environment
Climate change should officially be declared a ‘health
emergency’
Brexit Brexit will create health risks for UK and EU citizens
World Politics Billionaire philanthropy is a beneficial force
Technology Robot doctors represent a negative step in terms of patient
experience
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International Business Management
Theme: Topic:
Equality &
Diversity
Workers with the same job title deserve the same pay rate
The
Environment
Cost-factors outweigh environmental factors
Brexit Brexit planning should be the number one priority for managers
today
World Politics Countries should not be run like companies
Technology It is wrong for companies to analyse candidates’ social media
profiles when making a decision to hire
Finance & Accounting
Theme: Topic:
Equality &
Diversity
Positive action is not enough to address employment
inequalities in the finance and accounting industries
The
Environment
Going green is more economically beneficial than detrimental
for companies
Brexit The impact of Brexit on taxation will be minimal
World Politics The EU holds the balance of power in post-Brexit trade talks
Technology Accountancy firms should put blockchain adoption top of their
priority list
Law & Accounting / Business & Accounting
Theme: Topic:
Equality &
Diversity
Positive action is not enough to address employment inequality
in the legal sector
The
Environment
To protect them from environmental damage, vital natural
resources should be given the same legal rights as humans
Brexit Brexit will not have a significant effect on UK law
World Politics The ‘Panama Papers’ scandal fundamentally changed the
international accountancy landscape
Technology Autonomous cars should now be made legal on public roads
5
Events Management / Hospitality Management / Tourism Management
Theme: Topic:
Equality &
Diversity
Venues and other service providers should have the right to
refuse entry/service to patrons who do not fit their belief set
The
Environment
The hotel industry is unable to meet the environmental targets
set out by the Hotel Global Decarbonisation Report
Brexit Hospitality managers should give EU workers financial
incentives to stay after Brexit
World Politics Tourism is the corporate sector that contributes the most to
international co-operation
Technology Japan’s ‘Robot Hotel’ proves the hospitality industry is resistant
to automation
Business and Human Resources Management
Theme: Topic:
Equality &
Diversity
Workers with the same job title deserve the same pay rate
The
Environment
Climate change is an opportunity for recruiters
Brexit Brexit planning should be the number one priority for HR
managers today
World Politics Companies should not be run like countries
Technology It is wrong for HR staff to analyse candidates’ social media
profiles when making a decision to hire
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ASSESSMENT CRITERIA
This is a skills module. You will be assessed on your ability to develop a clear,
logical and appropriately evidenced position both in favour and against a
selected topic.
Allocation of Marks
• Task response: Appraise the topic; support with explanation of relevant
theory and discussion
• Structure: Organise your essay into three clearly-defined sections as outlined
in the section below
• Source information: Identify and accurately interpret relevant source
information from authoritative sources and use to support each premise
• Comparison of premises: Denote and compare the importance of various
premises in relation to one another
• Clarity of expression: Use formal, academic and debate-specific language
(e.g. ‘rebuttal’) in addition to suitable paragraph formatting (e.g. the model
introduced via Research Skills 1)
Evidence
Each main body paragraph should include some form of evidence. The evidence
should align with the criteria for selection set out in class.
Suitable evidence sources might include:
• Academic journal articles / academic studies
• Articles from reputable news agencies
• Statistics, data or statements from recognised industry / governmental bodies
• Non-commercial company information
Personal examples DO NOT count as evidence, but may be used as examples in
addition to formal evidence.
All evidence should be cited within the main body and included within a dedicated
‘References’ section at the end of the essay.
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Structure
Essays should be divided into three distinct subsections:
Section 1: Introduction (approximately 100-150 words)

  1. Set out the thesis / broad conclusion you intend to draw in relation to the topic
  2. Establish the context and importance of the debate topic
  3. Summarise the premises to be used for / against the selected topic within the
    main body
    Section 2: Main Body (approximately 1,200 words, divided into two sections)
  4. Establish and evaluate an argument in favour of the selected topic
    (approximately 600 words)
  5. Establish and evaluate an argument against the selected topic (approximately
    600 words)
    Each main body paragraph should identify, evidence and interpret one premise
    (reason why the argument in favour / against the selected topic may appear valid).
    Section 3: Conclusion (approximately 100-150 words)
  6. Re-state the thesis / broad conclusion you have drawn in relation to the topic
  7. Establish the context and importance of the debate topic
  8. Summarise the premises used for / against the selected topic within the main
    body
    References List
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