Should non-standard dialects be accepted in professional/academic environments?

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The final draft of your proposal must be at least five (5) FULL pages long + the Works Cited page. include the following parts:

-Introduction/Background (suggested length: 2-3 paragraphs)
Provide historical/cultural context about the issue. Include a thesis stating your position(Non-standard dialects SHOULD be accepted in professional/academic environments)

-Arguments (suggested length: 2-3 paragraphs)
Include arguments supporting your position. Be sure to include a clear topic sentence. Each argument= 11paragraph. 

-Counterarguments & Refutations (suggested length: 1-2 paragraphs)
Include at least one counterargument and refutation. Be sure to include clear transitions and strong evidence from a variety of sources. Each counterargument & related refutation = 1 paragraph. 

-Solution (suggested length: 1-2 paragraphs)
Describe at least one possible solution for the issue. Include implementation steps AND evidence indicating that this is a viable solution. 

-Conclusion (suggested length: 1-2 paragraphs)
summarize your main points. 
A Works Cited page formatted according to MLA conventions

You must cite from at least three (3) articles from the online Moorpark College Library databases(Moorpark College Library website>academic programs>library>databases), such as EBSCO Academic Search Complete, InfoTrac Academic OneFile, Issues and Controversies, Gale Opposing Viewpoints, CQ Researcher, etc. 
Sources must not be more than ten years old.
Do not cite from Wikipedia. Do not cite from personal blogs. Do not cite from random websites found on Google.
If you cite from any public websites, I suggest using .gov or .edu sources. If you use .com websites, they should be the websites of well-known newspapers, magazines, or news networks. 
Must include BOTH in-text citations AND a Works Cited page.

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