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Unformatted text preview: the readers’ perspective or position is valid. a. This allows the writer to gain the respect of her reader by demonstrating how she can be fair and realistic. b. So, be sincere. 5. The writer presents her position on the problem/issue. a. This should also be done accurately and fairly. b. Now, the writer demonstrates how the circumstances and context surrounding her point of view is valid. 6. Present evidence to back up the claims/argument. a. Be sure to produce accurate and concise summaries of evidence. b. Be fair and maintain a relatively neutral tone so as not to become too emotional. 7. Conclusion a. The idea is not to force the reader into agreement with the writer, but to illustrate for the reader how she would benefit from moving to the writer’s position....
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- Spring '10
- Psychology, Writer, The Reader