11-19-07CausalAudProf

11-19-07CausalAudProf - Yim 1 Daniel Yim Dr. Hoagland...

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Daniel Yim Dr. Hoagland English 133.033 19 November 2007 Audience Profile Author-Audience Relationship: religious or semi-religious individuals, curious about religion Audience-Subject Relationship: somewhat exposed to a religion, skeptical of beliefs/religious structures in human lives Author-Subject Relationship: raised as Christian, had experience with religion, skeptical of new “religious” movements and how we believe in religion Point of view and Tone: objective third person, somewhat narrative, critical/skeptical, Yim 1
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DANIEL’S PAPER PLANNING!!!1 1. Clearly explained/identified causes/effects There are social benefits to religion which strikes a chord in our psychological infrastructure and thus draws us closer to belief Ex. Refer to Boyer 431-432 @ “For the benefit of the group…” The source states “…religious ideologies provide group cohesion and group solidarity of a kind that transcends rational, opportunistic utility maximization.” “heightened trust and
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ENG 133 taught by Professor Hoagland during the Fall '07 term at SFASU.

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