The animal has their culture.

The animal has their culture. Description Learning Goals This assignment will give you a chance to practice asking a research question, coming up an answer (a thesis), and supporting your thesis with evidence. By completing this assignment, you will: • Develop a sense for what a genuine question or problem is, and what it means to think about an important idea with the sort of disciplined, creative, and critical reasoning characteristic of a university-trained mind. • Develop a better understand of how to conduct scholarly research and how to critically evaluate sources of evidence. • Develop broad, transportable skills that are required in any branch of university work, including: analytical, expository writing and/or capacities for effective oral communication; careful, critical reading; analytical and critical reasoning. • Develop a better understanding of language and culture and what it means to be human. Assignment Description Research and critical thinking are two fundamental skills necessary for all career paths. No one is born knowing how to conduct research or to be a critical thinker—we all must learn these skills and continue to practice them throughout our lives. This means that everyone can become a fantastic researcher and critical thinker! Since conducting research and coming up with persuasive arguments are the cornerstones of Anthropological work, our class provides us with the perfect opportunity to practice and build those skills. Your assignment will require: • Research on a relevant topic • Asking a question that reflects a debate (open-ended) • Coming up with a thesis/argument • Presenting and analyzing relevant evidence Must have at least 2 scholarly sources One source can be your textbook or an article from our reader One source you must find on your own, and it cannot be an encyclopedia, a generalized website (such as CNN or Wikipedia) but must be written by the scholar who conducted the research Instructions There are two options for completing this assignment: a paper or a presentation. Paper: 4-5 double-spaced pages, using a standard essay structure complete with bibliographical citations. Your paper must explicitly discuss your research question, your argument, and a thorough analysis of the evidence you have found to support your argument. If you write a paper as a group, each group member is responsible for writing about the evidence they discovered. The paper must include a bibliography and must be formatted using either APA or Chicago style. Sources: the first one is an online reader. I will give you and put files. the second and third one is you need to find on your own, and it cannot be an encyclopedia, a generalized website (such as CNN or Wikipedia) but must be written by the scholar who conducted the research