But really difficult to find viewpoints that are opposed to our own. This can be for a couple reasons:
Even when we try really hard to avoid these tendencies, we still don't know how to search for opposing viewpoints because we don't know about those viewpoints and how people talk about them.
Think beyond pro/con on an issue - there are many reasons someone might oppose something or support it.
For your next paper, you have to investigate an area of your life about which you are passionate and relate it to class discussion about the anthropology of play - you need to find sources that support your argument about this topic, and at least one source that disagrees with your argument.
Example topic - this is an idea that I'm exploring; it is not a thesis statement.
What next steps would I take?
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