Unformatted text preview: understand the nature of a problem, issue, concept, or question . It does not rely on the writer’s personal experience and thoughts. Instead, writers should collect and analyze information and different perspectives before offering the reader a way to make sense of the issue. Here are some suggestions on how you can organize your article (you should not attempt to do all these): -Carefully defining the problem to the reader-Comparing how different writers/scholars approached the question in similar or different ways-Examining the cause or the effects of the issue-Showing what and who is at stake-Demonstrating how people’s approaches/reactions to the issue change over time You are required to use at least five sources—two of which have to be scholarly . You can draw on documentaries, pamphlets, and interviews as well. All sources need to be carefully cited either in MLA or APA style....
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This note was uploaded on 03/17/2012 for the course ENGLISH 100 taught by Professor --- during the Spring '08 term at University of Wisconsin.
- Spring '08