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What information about the publication or source helps explain the writer’s perspective of the structure and style of the argument? The title of the articles says a lot of what the author’s perspective of the style of the argument is. Deseret’s title is, “Mendenhall noncommittal about who will start at QB Saturday.” That title assumes that he will be informative about the topic. The Tribune’s title is, “Nelson should start for BYU.” This title has already stated his opinion and shows that the author is going to try and convince you of his view. What is the writer’s angle of vision? What is left out in this argument? What does the author not see/ acknowledge? The Tribune’s writer’s angle of vision is that he has strong feelings about Heaps’ ability to perform for the Cougars. He has a bit of a tinted view for Nelson either because he was disappointed by Heaps performance or because he very impressed by Nelson. Or possibly a mix of both. Nelson’s long-term stats are left out of this argument. The do not explain why Nelson is deserving, they just show why Heaps is not deserving. The Deseret article does not have an angle of vision. He is just informing us on the topic. The author left out why the coach is having such a hard time deciding who should be QB, but doesn’t explain the whole argument. I had a fun time examining these articles and seeing the different ways of explaining a situation or argument. Both were effective to educate me on the subject!
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