Wal-Mart Prewriting

Wal-Mart Prewriting - Yim 1 Daniel Yim Dr. Hoagland English...

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Daniel Yim Dr. Hoagland English 133 5 September 2007 Wal-Mart Critical Analysis What values, attitudes, or beliefs do I have about this issue? In other words, what are my feelings about this issue? Where do these feelings come from? Have these feelings remained stable or changed (and if so, when and why?) My standing with the “Wal-Mart issue” lies heavily in the national chain supermarket’s favor. As a brand new college student, I find myself relying heavily on my own income, or the lack thereof, than my parents’, and thus, I have forcibly learned the ways of frugality. In the search for lower prices on everyday commodities I purchase, Wal-Mart, to me, seems to be the best place to buy everything I need on a one-stop basis. Conversely, even when I had all the money I could spend back at home, Wal-Mart was a great place to go because of its convenience. In fact, it’s safe to say that they carry EVERYTHING. From motor oil to pet food to tofu bacon, there is nothing in the world that I cannot find at a local Wal-Mart, and that is the convenience that keeps me shopping there. Wal-Mart has consistently been the best place to shop. In what ways does this issue affect me? If it does not, in what ways does my distance from
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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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Wal-Mart Prewriting - Yim 1 Daniel Yim Dr. Hoagland English...

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