NarrativeResearch - Bencosme 1 Anthony Bencosme English...

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Bencosme 1 Anthony Bencosme English 1102 Dionne Irving 30 Mar 2010 Narrative for Research on a Causal Argument The way my partner and I approached this assignment was to not only think of a problem that needs a solution, but one of interest to us. We realized that to make a strong proposal argument, we would need a lot of strong evidence to support our solution. So, we met in the library and started to brainstorm possible topics. That when we decided our topic was going to be about college students undergoing a lot of stress, and how Georgia State can help students reduce the amount of stress they may suffer during college. We then researched on the internet what a person can do to cope with stress. Of the many answers we found, we chose time management and exercise, the two that were the most practical for college students. We decided that I would research exercise and do our research on our own time. The next morning I woke up early with the failed attempt to beat everyone to the library so that I may find a computer with ease. I began by entering “exercise and stress” in the university library
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2011 for the course ENGLISH 1102 taught by Professor Miller during the Spring '08 term at Georgia State.

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NarrativeResearch - Bencosme 1 Anthony Bencosme English...

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