Readings to Complete Before Responding:
“How Your Brain Tricks You Into Believing Fake News”
2-3 articles/sources of your choice about the Milwaukee-related issue you are interested in learning more about for Segment 2. Remember this can be an extension of an idea, concept, or set of questions from Segment 1 or something else that relates to your academic or personal interests that tie to an issue in the community.
Keep in mind that you don’t need to read these in depth right now. Skimming them is ok, but you do need to be able to explain the key points, argument(s), purpose, and why you think this is exigent.
In 250-500 words write a response considering the following prompt(s):
First, list the 2-3 articles you have read/skimmed and discuss the following:
1. How do you know the questions surrounding this issue are exigent? What do the articles/sources you read have to say about it? Do they support the exigence you had in mind or do they point you in a different direction?
2. What are some of the key terms, phrases, ideas, concepts, and questions present in the articles and surrounding the Milwaukee issue you are looking into?
List at least 5, but try for as many as you can.
3. How can you increase the power of your searches? Based on what we have read about and talked about in class so far in Segment 2, what are some specific strategies you can use and actions you can take to make your research more thorough, in-depth, and ethical?
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