CMP125 Points Satel - Death's Wating List(2)

CMP125 Points Satel - Death's Wating List(2) - 4 Does she...

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CMP125 Research Writing M. Amato Talking/Discussion Points Sally Satel “Death’s Waiting List” Organ donation is traditionally voluntary. There have always been strong objections and legal restrictios to selling or marketing body parts in respect for the dead and their survivors. Satel makes a bold argument against what is traditionally and legally accepted. 1. What is Satel’s thesis or claim? 2. Identify the warrants that carry the argument. 3. Identify the ground (support). What type of arguments does she use to support her position (personal examples, facts, statistics, etc.)?
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Unformatted text preview: 4. Does she create a rebuttal (counter argument)? What is it and is it effective? 5. What is the tone? What type of emotional wording is used? What is the overall effect on the essay? 6. What is her credibility on the topic? Is it helpful in the argument? 7. What position do you take? What is your opinion based on the arguments that you read? Does Satel change your opinion on the topic of organ donation? 8. How effective/ineffective is this essay? Does the author establish their case? Use evidence from the essay to prove your point?...
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