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“Feat” to Globalization 1 “Feat” to Globalization: A critique of “The Noble Feat of Nike” Johan Norberg WRI 102: Outline Professor Al Merabi November 16, 2009
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“Feat” to Globalization 2 I. Introduction: Thesis: In his “The Noble Feat of Nike” , Norberg succeeded in more ways than one in conveying his arguments about globalization by not only achieving fairness, but also using a comparison style of writing and aiding his arguments with people’s opinions. Summary of the text. Biography of the author, Norberg. II. Argument 1: Norberg’s fairness and objectivity was an effective approach which made his arguments not only credible but persuasive as well. Opposing argument: Wages at Nike are high and this gives less incentive for people to possess other important jobs in other sectors.
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Unformatted text preview: Counter argument: Wages at Nike are high but this increases production and investment in other important sectors. III. Argument 2: The comparison style of writing is another element Norberg used to convince his readers. Comparing wages at Nike and other jobs, such as farming. Comparing working conditions at Nike and other jobs, such as farming. Feat to Globalization 3 IV. Argument 3: Norberg use of peoples opinion about the subject added believability and broke the monotony of the subject. Mr. Kiet, an owner of a local shoe factory, who visited Nike factory. Tsi- Chi, a young Vietnamese woman, who works at Nike. V. Conclusion: Summary of elements the writer used in the text to convey his message. My opinion of his style....
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