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Module 4 Short Responses – Question 1 1. Your best friend 2. People reading a newspaper editorial you've written 3. Your professor 4. The audience at a conference where you are presenting In order to adjust writing for a best friend, it would have an informal tone without too much technical detail. This audience would be looking for basic information. Writing for people reading a newspaper editorial would need to have a formal tone with a little more detail to provide thorough background information. This audience would look for basic information. Writing for a profession would need to have a formal tone with significant level of detail to provide a strong argument. Lastly, writing for an audience at a conference would need to have a formal tone as well and be highly detailed to provide the audience with information and a detailed argument. Module 4 Short Responses – Question 2 Consider how your audience might influence the information you include in an historical analysis essay about the Women's Suffrage Movement. What audience would be most interested in reading about the women's movement? How would you tailor your presentation to that audience? What message would be most appropriate for this audience?

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