DQ 2.1 - research and discovering key points and the facts...

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Hello Jason, I have to agree that your audience will have a direct impact on how you write. It’s just like a lawyer having to convince a jury that his client is innocent, or a district attorney having to prove that the same client is guilty You need evidence to prove quilt, or innocence. You prove guilt or innocence by trying to persuade a jury to see things your way by using evidence, facts, and examples. Writing a persuasive essay is no different. You use the tools provided to you through
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Unformatted text preview: research and discovering key points and the facts to back them up. Then, you use those key points in examples that will specifically adhere to the reader’s way of thinking to try and get them to see things your way. The writer has to get into the readers head and convince them that the point of view they are writing about is the right way....
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2011 for the course ECON 482 taught by Professor Depew during the Winter '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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