This preview has intentionally blurred sections. Sign up to view the full version.View Full Document
Unformatted text preview: Stockhold1 Olesia Stockhold Prof. April Lewandowski English 122-012 4 September 2011 Five Quotes 1. Surrounding sentences frame borrowed material In his 2010 article, “Secret of AA: After 75 years, We Still Don’t Know How It Works,” Brandon Koerner explores the possibility of what makes Alcoholics Anonymous effective. “To begin with, there is evidence that a big part of AA’s effectiveness may have nothing to do with the actual steps. It may derive from something more fundamental: the power of the group” (Koerner). In essence, Koerner is saying that working the 12-steps may not be as beneficial to addicts as the role of belonging to a community during sobriety. Citation Koerner, Brenden I. “Secret of AA: After 75 Years, We Don’t Know How It Works.” Wired.com . 23 June 2010. Web. 28 Feb. 2011. 2. Frame precedes borrowed material In 2000, Michael Lemanski, author of the article "Addiction Alternatives for Recovery," claims that “for decades there has been strong resistance to developing alternative programs because, in...
View Full Document
- Spring '08