A four-page paper combining your research with a reflection on your group and individual process/progress so far.Your midterm paper is a reflection on the first four elements and a synthesis of your research notes. You can use your research cards, and you can use your group`s collective research cards. Talk about what did you learn from your group and collective work? What are things you can improve on? Difficulties in your research... etc. Your paper will lead to a thesis statement/proposal for what you will work on for the remainder of the semester individually.
DANGERS BROUGHT TO ANIMALS BY MAN: RESEARCH AND REFLECTIONNameCourse Code/titleDate
Dangers Brought to Animals by Man: Research and Reflection
Animals all over the world, whether domestic or wild, face great danger of extinction and survival. Human beings rule the earth and have the ultimate power to control all resources. However, this greatly undermines the ability of other animals to live and coexist peacefully as men exploit them for food, prestige and other social and economic purposes. Researching this phenomena provides various information of the challenges animals` face, while enabling an inclusive group effort in seeking for the solution.
Reflections on Research
There are many studies done to assess the level of damage that human beings have imposed on the environment. Marine animals and land animals alike continue to face the brunt of our actions, as their habitats continue to shrink even more. Since time immemorial, people all over the world have inflicted several degree of abuse on animals either through exploitation, for leisure and as domestic animals. In the ancient Rome, animals were a major part of the circus where the entertainers would kill many of them as a form of entertainment for the locals. Although many can vehemently condemn their actions, the current rate at which people slaughter and kill animals for food and recreation is alarming. Men capture and consume more than 90 billion fish every year, while ot...