1. Complete exercise 3 on page 420 of the textbook. (Lunsford, A., Ruszkiewicz, J., and Walters, K. (2019). Everything’s an Argument / With Readings (8th ed.). Boston, MA: St. Martins. ISBN: 978-1-319-10518-1. Read Chapters 17-19 and associated readings.)
2. Interview a friend or family member about a recent holiday or celebration. Limit yourself to 10 questions that you write in advance, and don’t deviate from them. Record the answers. Then interview another friend or family member about the same holiday or celebration. Ask the first question from your list, then let the answers dictate the rest of the questions. Record the answers. Explain which interview gave you more information and which told you more about the event.
3. Find an online news source whose credibility or objectively is considered questionable. Lookup a recent news story and use the principles on page 457 of the textbook to assess the source. Include your opinion on whether, after your assessment, you find the source to be credible.
4. Find a story in the news in the past year that was partially or fully retracted or corrected after it was discovered that the field research was not done properly. Explain what was done incorrectly that led to the error, and what steps should have been taken in order to avoid the issue. Be sure to include the news story in your submission.
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