One way to find a problem is to read a source looking for creative agreement. Chapter 6 of The Craft offers 3 different ways to activate a source in this way. 1. Offer Additional Support 2. Confirm Unsupported Claims 3. Apply a Claim more Widely Choose one of your sources from Assignment 2 and: a) List it’s bibliographic information (Author, source, date). b) Activate it in one of these ways. Specify which of the above kinds of activation you are using. Read the examples and phrase your answer in the form of the examples in The Craft. Question 2 5 pts Another way to find a problem is to read a source looking for creative disagreement. Chapter 6 of The Craft offers 5 different ways to activate a source in this way. 1. Contradictions of Kind 2. Part-Whole Contradictions 3. Developmental or Historical Contradictions 4. External Cause-Effect Contradictions 5. Contradictions of Perspective Choose another one of your sources from Assignment 2 (must be different from the one you used to answer question 1) and a) List it’s bibliographic information (Author, source, date). b) Activate it in one of these ways. Specify which of the above kinds of activation you are using. Read the examples and phrase your answer in the form of the examples in The Craft. Equality for All: Gay Marriage in the African American Community 1. Primary Source a) Q&A: Malcolm Kenyatta on Being Openly LGBTQ in Local Politics b) Ernest Owens for Philadelphia Magazine c) February 5, 2016 d) Local Philadelphia City Council member answers questions about being openly gay and how he is working on ways to improve the lives of LGBTQ residents, including equality in marriage. e) This is a primary source because it is an interview. That is, it provides a first-hand observation of the situation of Philadelphia’s LGBTQ community from not only a member of the community, but a member with political power 2. Secondary Source a) Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations LGBTQ Report b) Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations c) 2017 d) Despite a fairly aggressive and unified LGBTQ community in Philadelphia, it nevertheless suffers from the traditional curse of race, wherein Black LGBTQ’s are seen as not as important as their white brothers and sisters, including in efforts to help promote equality in gay marriage in the city’s Black LGBTQ communities. e) This is a secondary source because it collects primary resources, namely interviews, and analyzes them to obtained a thoughtful reflection of the issue. 3. Tertiary Source a) The Hornet Guide to Gay Philadelphia b) Charles Thompson-Wang for the Hornet news site c) January 1, 2019 d) The article provides numerous links to organizations and/or members of the Philadelphia LGBTQ community, as well as books, comments and living. e) This is a tertiary resource in that rather provide information directly, it provides a valuable resource for researchers to find primary and secondary sources about the Philadelphia LGBTQ community.