Toulmin Analysis - Steven Dooley EN140 March 29, 2008...

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Steven Dooley EN140 March 29, 2008 Toulmin Analysis: Kicking and Screaming Almost every child will play in one youth sport in their life. Depending on their experience in that sport will determine whether or not they will play that sport later in their life. One main reason why children do not play a certain sport later in their life is because they do not like that sport, or are not very good at it. Another main reason is because either their parent or someone else’s parent constantly yelled negative words at them or other players. Many young children cannot zone out those negative words, so when they hear them they get upset and can sometimes be scared from playing sports ever again. The claim of my research paper will be that policies should be adopted by those sporting organizations to control violent parents at youth sporting events. The support for my argument will come from a variety of places, such as statistical evidence, which includes psychological data and real life cases, and personal
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