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Unformatted text preview: The Stasis Grid: Simple Practice Over the course of Papers 2 + 3, you will begin to amass more research in regard to your issue. As we collect research, it is vital to find ways of organizing your findings. A Stasis Grid is one such organizational tool. By week 13 you will need to have a stasis grid complete with all of your sources. To prepare, we will practice plugging one source into the grid. Imagine you are writing a paper and you want to use Foucaults article as a source. In order to use Panopticism as a source, you will need to apply your critical reading skills to this text. You will analyze it to determine which type of arguments Foucault is making and then categorize those arguments according to the stases on the stasis grid . For your final stasis grid, you will not need to fill in every stasis; however, for the purposes of this assignment try to parse what...
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