Unformatted text preview: always in a hurry has nothing to do with critical thinking or writing. The student could have said “business people that are always in a hurry need to be a little more cautious when composing a document. Getting in the mode of hurry-up can produce flaws in the document.” The paragraph that talks about the student’s aunt and uncle is discriminating to business people. Just because a professor writes journals does not make them a better writer or thinker than a business person. The student could have used his aunt as an example in how she prepares to write on a topic and not compare the uncle to the aunt....
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- Spring '10
- business people, Clear Writing