Unformatted text preview: funding for educational programs — you would have a manageable topic and a better chance of success. Restricting your audience Consider writing for a particular audience. For example, instead of writing for a general audience on a broad subject such as teenage pregnancy, you might address groups with a special interest in the subject: young people, parents, educators, or politicians. Considering the information available to you Look at the information you have collected. If you have gathered a great deal of information on one aspect of your subject (for example, counseling programs for pregnant teenagers) and less information on other aspects (such as birth control education or the rights of teen fathers), you may have found your topic. Copyright © 2006 by Bedford/St. Martin’s dianahacker.com/writersref Adapted from The Bedford Handbook Seventh Edition...
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This note was uploaded on 09/25/2010 for the course ANTHRO 02303 taught by Professor Deacon during the Spring '09 term at Berkeley.
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