Compose a research paper addressing the topic of how to become an ethical artist.

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Compose a research paper addressing the topic of how to become an ethical artist.Prior to beginning work on this assignment, read Brown University’s Cultural Property: Summary Links to an external site. webpage and Stelios Lekakis’s chapter The Cultural Property Debate Links to an external site..

In this course, you have studied works of literature, philosophy, theology, visual art, architecture, and music from the fifteenth century to the present. You have examined diverse perspectives and utilized the components of critical thinking to determine the significance of historical and sociological developments. The final paper allows you to bring together the different elements of the course and demonstrate your ability to analyze a contemporary issue critically.

This course has explored the art and artifacts of the world’s cultures. These items have shed light on the development of the human story and highlighted the characteristics and concerns of specific historical periods. The value of these items to our understanding of the human condition is undisputed; however, their ownership, as well as the ownership of other items of cultural heritage, such as human remains, is a matter of continuing controversy. Arguments around which stakeholders (individuals, ethnic groups, countries, and humanity as a whole) should have control of art and artifacts have sparked legal challenges and led to legislation that defines and protects cultural property.

In your paper, choose one of the following items of cultural heritage about which ownership has been disputed:

Benin Bronzes
Elgin Marbles/Parthenon Marbles/Parthenon Sculptures
Kennewick Man/Ancient One
Rosetta Stone
Use the six steps of critical thinking to address the following question: Who should have ownership of the item?

Step 1: Describe the issue.
In the paper’s introductory paragraph, explain the issue by identifying the item you will discuss and the main aspects of the controversy about its ownership. Conclude with a thesis statement that makes an argument in the third person about the ownership of the item. See Writing a Thesis Statement Links to an external site. and First vs. Third Person Links to an external site. from the Writing Center for assistance. The argument should reflect your personal position.
Step 2: Define the different positions, perspectives, and beliefs about the issue. In this step, discuss at least two opposing positions, state who holds each position, and provide a brief statement of each position.
Step 3: Evaluate the evidence. In this step, state the evidence used to support each position and weigh the credibility and relevance of the evidence.
Step 4: Compare positions. In this step, objectively compare and contrast positions, arguments, and ideas. Determine what positions, arguments, and ideas should be included in the final analysis. Assess the implications of the various positions.
Step 5: Explain your personal position. In this step, develop a personal position and present it in the third person. Present evidence for your position, discuss counterarguments and weaknesses in your position, and assess potential implications of your position.
Step 6: Draw conclusions and discuss further questions. In the concluding paragraph, summarize your personal position in a sentence. Explain how your personal position could lead to continuing analysis of the issue. Determine what additional resources could shed further light on the issue. Discuss what questions remain to be answered.
The Critical Analysis final paper

Must be five to seven double-spaced pages in length (not including title and references pages) and formatted according to APA Style Links to an external site..
Must include a separate title page with the following in title case:
title of paper in bold font
Space should appear between the title and the rest of the information on the title page.
student’s name
name of institution (The University of Arizona Global Campus)
course name and number
instructor’s name
due date
Must use headings to differentiate the material for each step within the paper. For example, you could use the headings “Descriiption of the Issue” and “Definitions of the Positions” to differentiate the first two steps within the paper. For more information about headings, see “Level Headings” in the UAGC Writing Center’s APA Style Elements Links to an external site. webpage.
Must use academic voice. Check the Academic Voice Links to an external site. resource for additional guidance.
Must include introduction and conclusion paragraphs. Your introduction paragraph needs to end with a clear thesis statement that indicates the purpose of your paper.
For assistance with writing a thesis statement, refer to the Writing Center resource Writing a Thesis Statement Links to an external site..
Must use at least four credible sources.
Credible sources include all of the following:
scholarly journals
newspapers
magazines
books
trade journals or publications
government websites
websites from educational institutions, such as universities
websites or other publications from reputable organizations such as the Mayo Clinic
Although encyclopedias are considered credible sources, they are discouraged in academic research and should not be used in this assignment.
Check the UAGC Library’s Scholarly, Peer-Reviewed, and Other Credible Sources Links to an external site. resource for a definition of credible sources and an explanation of when they should be used.
Must document any information used from sources in APA Style as outlined in the Writing Center’s APA: Citing Within Your Paper Links to an external site. guide.
Must include a separate references page that is formatted according to APA Style as outlined by the Writing Center. Check the APA: Formatting Your References List Links to an external site. resource in the Writing Center for specifications.
Carefully review the Grading Rubric Links to an external site. for the criteria that will be used to evaluate your assignment.