Dbmeier_9296 - Style Sheet Do Not Use the following structures or sentences in your papers 1"You to address the reader or ask the reader

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Style Sheet Do Not Use the following structures or sentences in your papers: 1. You” to address the reader or ask the reader questions : “You will find that Gender Feminists often exaggerate the negative in their published articles.” Instead, write “Gender Feminists often exaggerate the negative in their published articles.” “Why have women turned their back on the feminist movement?” “Women have turned their backs on the feminist movement for many reasons.” 2. There are” or “It is” to begin any sentence : “It is the belief of most feminists that females must participate in all personal, social, educational and political arenas if their voices are to be heard.” Instead, write “Most feminists believe that women must participate in all personal, social, educational and political arenas if their voices are to be heard.” “There are many student groups on university campuses who are a threat to the civil liberties and freedoms of other students.” Instead write “Many student groups on campus threaten the freedoms and civil liberties of other students.” 3. In my opinion ” or “ I believe ” Just make statements! Doing so will already indicate your belief or opinion. 4.
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This note was uploaded on 02/21/2012 for the course ENG 33 taught by Professor Meier during the Spring '09 term at Pasadena City College.

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Dbmeier_9296 - Style Sheet Do Not Use the following structures or sentences in your papers 1"You to address the reader or ask the reader

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