Think about what kinds of claims and evidence you may want to respond to and incorporate.
Conduct some research using the resources recommended in the sections of this guide.
Find a print scholarly article or book chapter. Keep a photocopy of it.
Find an online scholarly article/essay/chapter.
Find a popular press review of the film.
Revise your search, broadening and narrowing as needed, trying multiple resources.
For each of your three chosen sources explain what it is (scholarly, review..) and why you think so.
Write sentence or two summarizing the argument of the source in your own words Disucss what aprts of the argument you agree with or find valuable, and also discuss what parts are lacking or that you disagree with.
State how this source will help you provide evidence in making your argument.
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