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Ballard 1 Sydney Ballard English 101-039 Instructor Stephens 2/3/2019 SW #3: Assignment Comparison of “Be Cool to the Pizza Dude” and “Reconceptualizing the Mode of Multiple Dimensions of Identity: The Role of Meaning Making…”. The essay “Be Cool to the Pizza Dude” shares many relation to the article “Reconceptualizing the Mode of Multiple Dimensions of Identity: The Role of Meaning Making…”. The essay “Be Cool to the Pizza Dude” about the values of respect. The author uses the example of the a pizza deliver to shows how respect is important and shapes a person morals. Next, the article “Reconceptualizing the Mode of Multiple Dimensions of Identity: The Role of Meaning Making…” is about how there serval types of mean-making that define a person identity. These mean-making is formulaic, transitional, and foundational mean-making. To compare the essay to the article, it’s important to focus on transitional mean-making because it relates the most to the “Be Cool to the Pizza Dude”.
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