Assessment Task 3: Final Essay.The third component of your assessment is an essay of 2,500 words.Choosing one topic, write an academic essay in a formal written style. Your work is expected to include an introduction, body, and conclusion: your structure and argument should be clear, and your essay should critically analyse ideas relevant to the topic, rather than restating them. You are expected to draw upon a large number of diverse and high-quality academic sources, with a minimum of ten references. Harvard, APA and Chicago styles is acceptable for citation: seek the permission of your tutor if you wish to use an alternative.Students are not to extrapolate upon ideas or topics utilised in prior assessment.Essay writing resources will be available through the LMS. In addition to this, workshops will run during tutorials. Further assistance will be available through individual tutors or the subject co-ordinators during consultation hours.This assessment is due at 5 pm, on November 6 to the LMS.Learning objectives and generic skillsThe key activities in this assignment are:Identifying and defining the focus and theme of your essay.Developing a response to your chosen essay question.Presenting a coherent, succinct, well-structured and rigorous essay argument.Assessment taskYou are required to submit a final essay answering one essay question (from a range of questions to be released in Week 7 of Semester 2). If you wish to create your own essay question, please contact the course co-ordinators for their approval.Assessment criteriaThe assessment criteria for the final essay is outlined within the Subject Guide.Due dateThe final essay is due during the examination period at 5 pm, November 6 (60%).Reference listA list of references is required for any visual or written material that you may reproduce in this assignment or for any ideas and concepts that you have received from other sources.