There are two options for this assignment, a research assignment or an analysis essay1. After completing the Fukuyama Quiz, reread the handoutlooking for Political Science terms.Identify 10 political science/history/economics terms in the handout. Alternatively, you can choose persons/places/events discussed in the handout, or a combination of terms and persons, etc.Define those terms or research those persons, etc, using credible sources (see below) * Source your information*Quote the authors (Fukuyamas) use of the termUse that word or person or place, etc, in your own sentenceExamples of terms:serfdom, low-level equilibrium trap, Melanesia, Nietzsche, bureaucracy…Examples of terms NOT to use:advent, embedded, emulated, etc(these are not political in nature)SourcesOxford Reference(Links to an external site.) (meta-search of Oxford dictionaries and encyclopedias)Gale EBooks(Links to an external site.) (meta-search of encyclopedias and articles. Filter with subjects)History Reference Center(Links to an external site.)Credo Reference (meta-search engine)(Links to an external site.)Other credible dictionaries and encyclopedias (points deducted for Google, Wikipedia, etc).Assignment is graded on the structure, clarity of writing, and completeness of definitions and sentencesOR2. After completing the Fukuyama Quiz, reread the handout looking for an association with a book, television show, movie, or something in your own life, argument, etc to compose a full analysis essayIntroduce topics and analyze topicsprovide background on the section or sections you will analyze. Use quotes from the author (Fukuyama)interpret the authors ideas by comparing sections or reinterpreting in your own words, or use a short examplecompare the authors ideas to a larger topic (book, movie, etc) to demonstrate understandingStructure the essayinclude a thesis/introductory paragraph.provide background prior to analysisfirst analysisintroduce topic of second analysissecond analysis(repeat as necessary)final thoughts/conclusionIf you are an accomplished writer and use a different structure or analysis, that is fineEssay is graded on structure, clarity of writing, and completeness of analysisSAMPLE THESIS:In order to better understand Fukuyama, we will compare and contrast two sections. Similarities and differences will be pronounced. These similarities and differences can be exemplified with pop culture. Using the popular show ___________ from Netflix, we can better understand Fukuyama’s argument about state formation.