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A Brief Guide to Writing Academic Argumentsprepares the reader to read and write the types of argument-related source-based writing they are most likely to encounter in college. Prepares students to read and write the types of argument-related source-based writing they are most likely to encounter in college. academic arguments. General Interest; Improving Writing
Table of Contents
|What Makes an Academic Argument ldquo;Academicrdquo;?|
|What ldquo;Argumentrdquo; Means in an Academic Setting|
|Context Is Everything: Understanding the Rhetorical Situation of Academic|
|Arguments Elements of the Rhetorical Situation|
|Writer Audience Topic Occasion Purpose|
|How the Elements of the Rhetorical Situation|
|Are Interconnected Reading: ldquo;Generation Q,rdquo; by Thomas L. Friedman|
|A Final Note about Purpose and Writing|
|Academic Arguments To Persuade|
|Readers To Gain a Better|
|Understanding of the Topic|
|You Address To Learn about|
|Yourself To Reconcile or Mediate To Determine|
|What Is True Qualities of Effective Academic|
|Arguments Using Clear Structures and Precise|
|Language Supporting Arguments|
|Properly Qualifying Placing|
|Arguments in Context Employing an Appropriate|
|Voice and Tone Following Established|
|Conventions Recognizing Audience|
|Needs Qualities of Ineffective|
|Academic Arguments Unclear and Imprecise Writing|
|Employing Unsupported Assertions|
|Lacking Context Employing an Inappropriate|
|Tone and Voice Ignoring Disciplinary Conventions Ignoring Opposing|
|Points of View Employing|
|Unqualified Assertions Ignoring Audience Chapter|
|The Elements of Persuasive Academic Arguments|
|What Makes Academic Arguments Persuasive?|
|Logos: The Role of Logic and Reason in Academic|
|Arguments Claims Grounds Explanations|
|Logos in Action: A Sample Argument|
|Reading: Letter to the Editor|
|Common Logos-related Fallacies|
|Pathos: The Role of Emotion in Academic|
|Arguments Pathos in Action: A Sample Essay 108 101|
|Reflections on the Revolution in France(1790) 113   emocracy?|
|Mapping the Past Were the Railroads|
|Indispensable to Economic Growth?|
|Debating The Past|
|Were the Industrialists Robber|
|Barons or Savvy Entrepreneurs?|
|American Society in the Industrial|
|Age Middle-Class Life Skilled and Unskilled|
|Workers Working Women Farmers|
|Working-Class Family Life|
|Working-Class Attitudes Working Your Way Up|
|The New Immigration|
|New Immigrants Face|
|The Expanding City and Its Problems|
|The Cities Modernize|
|Leisure Activities: More Fun and Games|
|Christianity s Conscience and the Social ;&n hes on imperialism|
|Beveridge (Indiana) and Senator George Hoar (Massachusetts)|
|United States Senate|
|January 9, 1900 14.6 Speech by President William McKinley|
|14.7a Poem by Rudyard Kipling|
|The White Man s Burden|
|1899 14.7b Poem by Ernest Howard Crosby|
|The Real White Man s Burden, 1899 14.8a Platform of the American Anti-Imperialist League|
|October 18, 1899 14.8b Speech on imperialism|
|United States Senate|
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