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For courses in Writing.
A compact, colorful text for argument and research
Envision in Depth: Reading, Writing, and Researching Arguments encourages students to look at an issue or idea from a new perspective through analysis, argument, source evaluation, and research-based essay writing. The authors employ visual culture as an intuitive way into rhetoric and writing. Because of its authentic examples, fresh readings, and thorough instruction, students will enjoy learning to read, analyze, and argue about a range of written and visual texts relevant to our contemporary culture.
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I: ANALYSIS AND ARGUMENT
1. Analyzing Texts and Writing Thesis Statements
2. Understanding Strategies of Persuasion
3. Composing Arguments
II: PLANNING AND CONDUCTING RESEARCH
4. Planning and Proposing Research Arguments
5. Finding and Evaluating Research Sources
III: DRAFTING AND DESIGNING ARGUMENTS
6. Organizing and Writing Research Arguments
7. Avoiding Plagiarism and Documenting Sources
8. Designing Arguments
9. You Are What You Eat
10. Life Online
11. Playing Against Stereotypes
12. Crisis and Resilience
13. Claiming Citizenship