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what and who does it impact, what caused this to happen value- is this good or bad? useful not useful, more or less desirable then any alternatives? should i avoid it? Action- what should we do about this? what actions are possible? does it need to be regulated, promoted, eliminated etc Jurisdiction- who should take action in regard to this issue, who has the right is it reasonable, why did it happen, good or bad, should i do something, what can be done is it up to me
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--------------- fri class Inquiry: ask a sequence of questions at the conclusion of the narrative -follow stasis theory narrate the process of question asking. Explain how one question leads you to the next what is a good first question to ask at the end of personal narrative -is this my experience unique or is it the experience of others? find the right scope for your question, is the question too big or too small _________________ Monday class "shouldn't everyone do karate?" --biased question/fake question the real issue is childhood obesity -who is responsible (cause) -what can be done narrate the story. What does he need to show? --something in the six years -there has to be a problem --more details about his health and its negative consequences ______________ 1. What are the effects of the increased comfort people feel from behind their computer screen? 2. Do the effects of the increased comfort level found behind a computer screen lead to an increased number of bullies? Is the comfort level found a good thing or a bad thing for an internet using society?
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  • Spring '08
  • JennyAshlock
  • Narratology, Stasis Theory, narrative -follow stasis, good story need

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