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So far in this course we’ve seen a couple of examples of how a source or story that seems credible is contested (“How Wolves Change Rivers” and E-waste Republic).

With that in mind, take a close look at the following MailOnline article about “The World’s biggest tyre graveyard.”  What do you think?  Is this source credible? How big of a problem is this dump? Analyze it with reference to Hacker:

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• A1d “Analyzing to demonstrate your critical thinking”

• A1e “ How to write an analytical essay”

• A2d “Analyzing to demonstrate your critical reading”

• A3 “Reading arguments”

• A4f “Anticipating objections; countering opposing objections”

Write a 600-800 word five-paragraph essay in which you must cite the following sources:

• The MailOnline article: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2337351/Worlds-biggest-tyre-graveyard-Incredible-images-Kuwaiti-landfill-site-huge-seen-space.html

• Two of the e-waste sources posted on Moodle (use ideas from your two paragraph assignment – you may use some of the exact same material)*

• One academic journal article found in AUK library’s online databases

Give your essay an original title that reflects the thesis or topic (not “Analysis Essay”!)

Intro:   In your 1st paragraph, introduce the reader to the source article and the issue of the

                             tire graveyard. End with your thesis statement (what you have concluded from your  

             analysis).

Body:  In your 2nd and 3rd paragraphs, discuss how reliable you think this article is (see

             Hacker) and relate it to the issue of E-waste Republic.

                             In the 4th paragraph, say what the problem is or isn’t with this dump.  Include a

                             concession and/or counter-argument. Cite an academic source found in AUK library’s                

                             electronic collection either to use in describing the problem, or in your  

                             counterargument.

           Conclusion:  In your conclusion, the 5th paragraph, restate your thesis in different words and

                             mention the problem of waste and a possible

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