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Week 6 Discussion: Opposing Views in Context 15 15 unread replies. 15 15 replies. Go to Opposing Viewpoints in

Week 6 Discussion: Opposing Views in Context
15 15 unread replies. 15 15 replies.
Go to Opposing Viewpoints in Context (Links to an external site.) in the Hatch Library databases and search for a multimedia or audiovisual source (no written articles this week!) like a video, audio source, podcast, or statistical data visualization that gives a viewpoint on a topic of your choice (see the video below for help on using the Opposing Viewpoints database). After choosing a multimedia/audiovisual source, post a response that answers the following questions:

Summarize your chosen multimedia/audiovisual source: what is the issue and what argument is being provided on the issue?
Analyze how the multimedia or audiovisual components of the source contribute to the argument being provided: what do you gain from the audiovisual or multimedia elements of the source that you wouldn’t get from a traditionally written article? How do the multimedia elements help you understand the issue and argument? Do you think the argument is made more effective by the multimedia elements? Why or why not?

Discussion should be three paragraphs in length and have a reliable source .