Written for Tusculum College students, this guidebook will help you to navigate the often-confusing and tangled paths of academic writing. From your freshman composition sequence through your senior seminar course, you should plan to use the strategies taught in this book to complete a variety of writing assignments including rhetorical analyses, standard arguments, research papers, annotated bibliographies, and proposals. Each chapter will walk you through the steps necessary to navigate these different writing types. Additionally, you will be introduced to the writing process, including methods of prewriting, drafting, revising, and editing. This process will help you in any kind of writing you undertake.For example, you may have heard pro-life advocates liken abortion to murder, and claim that, for that reason, abortion is wrong. In their view ... Using such an analogy in an argument essay will not advance your argument so much as bring itanbsp;...
|Title||:||Navigating Argument: A Guidebook to Academic Writing|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2014-06-08|