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Unformatted text preview: Reading Guide Questions for . . . Peters, Speaking Into Thin Air Disclaimer: The purpose of these guide questions is to direct your attention to particular parts of the reading assignments that are important within the context of C205. As with all other authors and concepts in this course, I assume that you easily can locate the resources that you need if you want to learn more about the author or about the ideas to which she or he refers (for example, by simply looking up unfamiliar concepts in a dictionary, encyclopedia, or reliable on-line database). I also assume that you realize that these guide questions documents are not intended to direct you to everything of value in the reading. You will need to be answer more than merely these specific questions to do well on the Final Exam, for example. Background: This is a challenging reading for several reasons. First, because Peterss intended audience is college professors and other well-educated people, he makes reference to many ideas and authors...
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This note was uploaded on 02/21/2012 for the course CMCL-C 205 taught by Professor Mcconell during the Spring '10 term at Indiana.
- Spring '10