1. For whom were they written?
2. What aspect of each text helped you decide the audience?
3. In what kind of publication would you expect to find these texts?
I assume that these texts are written for academic society shown by the choice of words
ESL 7350 / Cavusil
October 31, 2013
Academic Integrity and Student Plagiarism: a Question of Education, Not Ethics
In her article Academic Integrity and Student Plagiarism: a Question of Education,
Not Ethics, published in The Chronicle of H
1. What is your main writing strategy? Why do you use it? What one other strategy
apart from those on the list do you use? Are your strategies dependent on the type of
text you are composing?
My main writing strategy is referring to one model so I
September 18, 2013
Diet and Its Relation to Human Health
Diet is one of the lifestyle characteristics that strongly relates to human health since it
provides substances needed by our body to be able to work properly. Generally diet defined
as sum of food
ESL 7350 / Cavusgil
September 24, 2013
Draft for Extended Definition
Double Burden of Disease
For each disease that occurs in a country or a particular region will result in several
problems. A quantification of impacts caused by a disease i
Argita Dyah Salindri
ESL 7350 / Cavusgil
December 10th, 2013
Problem Solution Writing Draft
The Role of Traditional Birth Attendants in Indonesia
It has long been discussed that cultures play a very important role in determini
The seven key determinants are:
(i) population definition
(ii) definition of outcome
(iii) recruitment of subjects
(iv) inclusion and exclusion criteria
(v) data collection
(vi) subject retention
(vii) length of follow-up
How to Critique a Re
1. Emily is an African American woman, aged 65, who lives in the United States.
Sam is a white man, aged 80, who lives in the US too.
Who has the greater risk of experiencing ad unhealthy late-life? Why?
Answer : Emily, because Emily is facing m