Arguing in Communities

Arguing in Communities

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This text focuses on developing effective arguments within particular discourse communities-acknowledging that community contexts affect factors such as a writer's motivation and strategy. The second edition of Arguing in Communities provides new and expanded coverage, an abundance of new readings, and a full complement of exercises, many of them designed for collaborative work. The book has three parts: qArguing and Living in Communities, q qTypes of Claimsq; and qContinuing the Conversation: An Anthology of Arguments.qThe structure of the argument helps the writer identify burdens of proof that must be met to address the needs of the audience. Changing the audience changes the structure of the argument and the types of proof required. Delayed Thesisanbsp;...

Title:Arguing in Communities
Author: Gary Layne Hatch
Publisher:McGraw-Hill Humanities Social - 1999-01-01

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