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Delgado 1 Alexander Delgado Professor Debra Briggs ENC 1102 19 October 2010 Campus Crusade for Guys Question #5 In the article “Campus Crusade for Guys,” Sarah Karnasiewicz utilizes many statistical quotes and pieces of evidence to argue her purpose. She cites statistics from various college admissions reports to determine what the female to male gender ratio is on each campus. Most of her findings come from the research previously done by Sandy Baum and Eban Goodstein. For example, Karnasiewicz states many college admissions were comprised at “more than 50 percent girls.” Her citations also include facts from Karen Parker, which show “that for the past three
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Unformatted text preview: years [Karen’s] entering classes have had an average ratio of 41-59, and that men only account for 38 percent of applicants.” Through the integration of such quotes, Karnasiewicz enhances her claims to support her purpose. This data reinforces the argument of universities not representing enough men on their campuses. These qualifying arguments also contribute to Karnasiewicz’s ethos by showing she researched the topic thoroughly. She read various studies and surveys to effectively argue her point....
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