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Click to edit Master subtitle style  3/30/11 Using Qualifiers Shannon Howard
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 3/30/11 They are words/phrases that decrease or  increase the power of the subsequent  words/phrases. They keep you from having to defend a  statement that suggests topic ‘X’ is true for  everyone, everywhere. What are qualifiers?
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 3/30/11 Some Most Many In general Usually Typically Below are examples.
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 3/30/11 Readers in the academy will mark your  writing accordingly: “hasty generalization,”  “hyperbolic language.” Your opponents in an argument may  assume you are being overly aggressive.  We’ll look at examples from R and B. What happens when qualifiers 
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 3/30/11 If not used properly, qualifiers signal  hesitancy or insecurity. Writers may use them as a crutch if they 
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Unformatted text preview: dont believe in their own arguments or assertions. They may create sentences that are too wordy if used frequently. What problems can too many 3/30/11 Finally, playing video games can be valuable for girls because it gives them insights into a disturbing part of male subculture. When the testosterone starts kicking in, guys become blatantly homophobic and misogynistic (R and B 107). How might the statements 3/30/11 Gender roles are portrayed in childrens books and television shows. These gender roles are represented by male characters as heroes and problem solvers, while the females are the damsels in distress (255)....
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2011 for the course ED 101 taught by Professor Propas during the Spring '11 term at Grand Valley State University.

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