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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 people’s 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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