research essay in which you present and analyze your core questions and findings from your “Obsession” project. Must present a research question, hypothesis, and preliminary findings from my two small given statements. The essay should build on fieldwork with the environmental studies literature that I uploaded. The essay must include all of the following elements: 1. Statement of the problem a) Puzzle Here, clearly explain the key issue you have been focusing on. Give a sense of the contradictions and problems they raise. Make clear that you are doing more than simply describing an interesting phenomenon and its effects. b) Research question c) Hypothesis Theoretical framework/literature review This is the section where you must bring in at least three course texts, including at least one you have not written about previously. This section also requires citing at least one additional peer-reviewed scholarly source and, if necessary, additional data so that we can better understand what previous researchers have found and the evidence that already exists. Evidence and analysis a) Situate Situate your issue topic in its immediate local context, and offer a brief background. What is the context (place, time, socioenvironmental situation) of your study? This section may be brief. b) Methods and Findings Summarize your methodology. What fieldwork or original research did you do to learn about your topic? Discuss the different ways you collected evidence about your research obsession. Describe what you found in the course of your online and library research. c) Analysis Assess your findings in terms of the questions and concepts we have been building together over the course of the semester. Do your findings verify your hypothesis? Complicate it? Raise new questions? How does your study advance our knowledge about the specific issue you have taken on? Conclusion a) Broader significance and implications of your project b) Questions for further research No heading is necessary. cite in Chicago style.