Wk8DQ5 - done better with the middle of the paragraph when explaining “Other sources such as Gramling and Auerbach’s entry in Encarta the Web

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In my opinion the author did well with the first part of the paragraph “In a few paragraphs, they present a great deal of information on the subject of daily hassles what they are, who developed the scale of daily hassles, how men and women differ in their reactions to daily hassles, and how the stress of daily hassles negatively affects people. They provide numerous credible references to support their points.” As he is evaluating, he also summarizes the paragraph quite efficiently. The author could have
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Unformatted text preview: done better with the middle of the paragraph when explaining “Other sources such as Gramling and Auerbach’s entry in Encarta , the Web site Diabetes at Work , and a gender based poll I conducted provide more details about some aspects of daily hassles and raise questions about the extent to which women and men are differently affected by them.” Making an informed and supported judgment is what lends situations to an evaluation....
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This note was uploaded on 01/25/2011 for the course COM 155 taught by Professor Williams during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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