Critical Analysis Essay

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Option #1: Critical Analysis Essay

Inference and Interpretation: Read in Chapter 5 in your text Exhibit 5.12 (p. 122) and reflect on how you sometimes form inferences and interpret from a range of views and perspectives regardless of data or evidence to the contrary.

Based on your readings, research, and experiences—as well as your study and consideration of the Exhibit above—select and analyze one issue that is now in the national debate: healthcare or education policy; how to address climate change; the role of US foreign policy in the Middle East, Russia, China, and Africa; global trade agreements; the use of Soft Power as a diplomacy tool; the role of the U.S. in the United Nations, undocumented workers; unions; or the minimum wage. In writing your critical analysis essay, consider how your critical thinking and reasoning impacts how you give meaning to events, social issues, or facts.

Select one issue as your topic for the essay. Additional information for this assignment is available from the CSU-Global Library. Click on this link for to access these details:

Include the following points (see also Exhibit 5.1, p. 103):

  • Clarity
  • Logic
  • Justifiability
  • Profundity—your depth of knowledge on a topic
  • Reasonableness
  • Consistency

This critical analysis essay is designed to document a roadmap of how your mind works. Therefore, there is no right or wrong answer. The learning goal is to support your critical thinking based on readings from text, articles, and class discussions.


  • Your critical analysis essay should be 4-5 pages.
  • Include a title page, an academic introduction and conclusion, and a reference page.
  • Incorporate three scholarly sources that are not required or recommended readings for this course. Cite and reference your sources properly. The CSU-Global Library is a good place to find these sources.
  • Format your essay, including all citations and references, according to the CSU-Global Guide to Writing and APA.

Review the grading rubric for this assignment, which can be accessed from Module 3 folder, to understand exactly how you will be graded. Reach out to your instructor if you have questions about the assignment.

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Addressing Climate Change
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Many activities cause a global issue such as climate change. Climate has been changing
over time and history. There have been seven cycles of glacial retreat and advances. This implies
that the end of the ice age period marked commence of the modern climate era and civilization.
We live in a world where we strive for understanding the complex structure of a phenomenon
such as a climate. Climate change is already having large impacts on ecosystems, communities,
and economies (Hulme, 2009).
During the past era, human activities have led to the intense release of great quantities of
carbon dioxide and conservatory gases into the atmosphere. There are some of the world leaders
who have shallow thinking on this matter suggesting that it isn’t real. Climate change is an issue
due to human influences. For that reason, the human-made climate is one of the biggest threats
that our world faces today. After scientists and woke people noticed the long-term effect of
climate our planet, there have been urges on human activities such as burning fossil fuels which
increases the rate of changes in climate. This constitutes if an issue such as loss of sea ice, global
warming, stronger storms, the rise in sea level and more droughts (Bruce, Lee, Haites, 1996).
Some years back, climate change was predicted to have major and unforeseeable changes
in the world’s water system. This referred to the water system such as ...

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