CAT III DISCUSSION B

CAT III DISCUSSION B - 5-5 Alienation and Protest e.g boy not play with children “AIDS” control over people’s lives picky no system call upon

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Unformatted text preview: 5-5 Alienation and Protest e.g. boy- not play with children “AIDS” control over people’s lives - picky no system - call upon the rules “frustrating” protest- law connected - alienation to the law theme vs intention content---> argument e.g. legal system + hospital fraud issue of accountability ---> who---> > what---> > why hospital---> “blood buy” government---> not regulating complicated- accountability reactions---> wanting to blame legal system hospital pulling government down justice for victims? compensation---> monetary acknowledgment --> recognition communication--> individuals---> Great Leap Forward reporters--> liberal ---> Hong Kong... civil society interacting - head of government groups- gathering remotely similar - Missing Children same problem { illness...} blood- China - donate - “blood check” What It Says informational computation “hey, you missed a great game...” ) different function What it does function purpose Expectations more information prove something “unconsciously” novel---> theme settings academic concretely functional---> shifts in original paragraph beginning--- anecdote cites somebody play by play- rhetorical move summarize - reason text ---> argument giving spaces idea---> question functional strategy beginning of argument -- book report insult---> convince research Ex... In his article, Carr remarked that spending exorbitant time on the Internet caused him to lose concentration and contemplation when reading. By citing Mary Wolf and a study... To Be Cont... ...
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This note was uploaded on 01/26/2012 for the course CAT 3 taught by Professor Strauss during the Spring '08 term at UCSD.

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CAT III DISCUSSION B - 5-5 Alienation and Protest e.g boy not play with children “AIDS” control over people’s lives picky no system call upon

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