What seems to be the opinion of the cartoonist, do you agree or disagree with the opinion?

Read Sociological Imagination: The Promise: Soc Promise.docx
Read what textbook says about this perspective and about the author C.W. Mills.
Look through the editorial cartoons at Cagle Editorial Cartoon: Link. https://www.cagle.com
Complete the tasks and answer the questions. You may list the answers in paragraph form or write the answers as an essay.
1. Select an editorial cartoon from the Cagle site for analysis.
2. Examine the editorial cartoon. Are there any symbols in the editorial cartoon? What are they? A “symbol” is defined as anything that has learned meaning or value.
3. Who are the people in the cartoon supposed to be?
4. What seems to be the opinion of the cartoonist, do you agree or disagree with the opinion?
5. Find news stories that discuss the issues/news event portrayed in the cartoon.
6. Use at least two different reliable news sources. Be conscious of misinformation and disinformation, as you inform yourself on the issues.
7. Top Ten Reliable News Sources. https://www.toptenz.net/10-reliable-news-sources.php
8. Summarize the news event (facts) and make sure to cite reliable sources at the end of the document.
9. With an example, explain the statement from the Sociological Imagination: The Promise that “People have troubles: Public’s have issues” as it relates to this news story.
10. What are some obvious “values” in this situation or news event?
11. As a separate component, having viewed “The Children’s March” in the Foreman Road Map, give specific examples of the intersections of biography and history and the underlying value clashes presented in the film. Give about three paragraphs to discussing these structural (systemic) issues that contributed to the difficulties of the community. The Children’s March. https://vimeo.com/442870349

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