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Outline to oral - Kristin Stegall K Wine Eng 101 Outline Rhetorical Context o The article is Attitudes on Dating Courtship and Marriage

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Kristin Stegall K. Wine Eng 101 Feb 27, 2008 Outline Rhetorical Context o The article is Attitudes on Dating, Courtship, and Marriage: Perspectives on In- Group Versus Out-Group Relationships by Religious Minority and Majority Adolescents . o This article was written by Carol Markstrom-Adams and her expertise is family studies at the University of Guelf in Ontario, Canada. o This article is a response to Gordon Alport’s The Formation of In-Groups. o The intended audience of this article is religious leaders, youth workers, and research scientists. o This article clarifies opinions of majority and minority religious groups concerning dating, and to prompt further study of this subject. Issues and Parties o Markstrom is debating Alport’s theory of In-groups, specifically of familiarity. o Markstrom believes that religious groups will date within their religious groups. Thesis o The thesis is (a) Mormons would be more objective to interfaith dating that non- Mormons and (b) that mate selection as a function of dating would be important
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Cornett during the Spring '08 term at N.C. State.

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Outline to oral - Kristin Stegall K Wine Eng 101 Outline Rhetorical Context o The article is Attitudes on Dating Courtship and Marriage

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