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Unformatted text preview: Reaction does not refer to good/bad, like/dislike, etc. Reaction means engage the argument or point of the readings on the authors’ terms. 4. Use the readings to support your argument. 5. Incorporate 2 or 3 discussion questions (in bold) in the paper or the conclusion. Additional thoughts: 1. The key to writing successful reaction papers is identifying, comprehending, and intellectually engaging the major themes/arguments or the readings. 2. For more complete details see handouts from Duke University and the University of South Dakota (listed in the syllabus)....
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- Spring '08
- reaction papers, Duke University, citation references, successful reaction papers