Your source supports the literal or symbolic controlling, caging, imprisoning, or binding of a person or group. Your source may be from the news (print or online), a blog, a magazine, an official document, or it may be the transcript of a video/interview. Your source should be relatively short (no longer than 4 printed pages) and must be in English. Along with your printed source, you will also submit a three-page paper of your analysis of the source in light of the material we have read thus far in class. Your analysis should focus on the author/subject of the source and the type of world they imagine is possible as a result of controlling, caging, imprisoning, or binding a person or group. Your paper should compare themes (specific words/phrases) within the source to themes discussed in the readings thus far. You might also want to consider how one or multiple authors we have read thus far would respond to the source (based on specific language they use in their own writings).
The Artifact paper must be typed, double-spaced, 12-point Palatino or Times New Roman font, with one-inch margins on all sides.
Hodal’s article argues that nearly 40 million individuals are victims of modern slavery, which is higher than any period documented in human history (Hodal 1). Most of the victims and slaves are women and children. Modern...
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