English 101: Research and CompositionL. Cartier Sample Outline: Summary-Analysis-Response Paper I. Introduction a. Many ways to pay for college i....
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English 101: Research and CompositionL. Cartier Sample Outline: Summary-Analysis-Response Paper I. Introduction a. Many ways to pay for college i. Loan ii. Family iii. Scholarships iv. Self b. Audrey Rock-Richardson’s “Pay Your Own Way! (Then Thank Mom)” gives only one perspective – you should pay yourself c. THESIS: Despite Rock-Richardson’s premise that the only righteous way to pay for college is to pay for it yourself, there are other ways to pay for college that also involve sacrifice. II. Summary of “Pay Your Own Way! (Then Thank Mom)” a. Author believes notion that parents need to pay for college is ridiculous b. Her story i. Peers demonized her parents ii. She worked minimum wage jobs – day care, interpreter, tutor iii. Paid for everything on her own c. Comparison between her and “sorority girl” d. Author won’t pay for her daughter’s school, but admits she would have taken money if she had been given the chance. e. Payoffs i. Pride ii. Success – her’s and her husband’s III. Analysis a. Demeaning and bragging tone i. “Is it me, or are students these days lazy?” (24) ii. “I’m weary of hearing kids talk about getting financial help from their parents as though they’re entitled to it.” (25) iii. “And here’s the kicker: I pulled straight A’s.” (25) b. One-sided i. Only looks at one example of a student whose parent’s paid and she did poorly ii. Does not consider people that might be grateful to their parents iii. Does not consider people with loans are paying their own way also and often working (work study)
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English 101: Research and CompositionL. Cartier iv. Does not consider people with scholarships earned their scholarship money just like she earned her money from working c. Hurts her own argument i. “Looking at the numbers now, I’m not sure how I managed to cover all the costs of my education.” (25) - especially today with increased tuition prices ii. “Lest I sound like a hypocrite, yes, I would have taken free college money had the opportunity presented itself.” (25) IV. Response a. Paying on own i. Benefit – pride and control ii. Downside - have to scrimp and sacrifice fun for work b. Scholarship – athletics, music, art, brains, charitable organizations i. Benefit – pride (Student earned it!), don’t have to pay it back ii. Downside – still have to work to keep up certain GPA or time at games/rehearsals c. Loans i. Benefit – don’t have to work full time (often still work though – work study) ii. Downside – will pay back for many years after, need to maintain a certain GPA and credit hours d. Family i. Benefit – don’t have to pay it back (usually) ii. Downside – parents may be sacrificing (also, may have saved for many years), parents might have some control over student’s decisions V. Conclusion a. Rock-Richardson attempts to make a strong point, but it is only one- sided and not well evidenced b. College is great experience but expensive. Any way you pay there will be some sacrifice involved.
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Surname 1 Name: Jan Carlos Bernard Course: English 101 Professor: Louisa Cartier Date: 09/06/2016 The Insufficiency of Honesty by Stephen L. Carter Introduction The paper gives a summary, analysis, and response to Stephen L. Carter’s essay on the Insufficiency of Honesty. Bringing into perspective this piece of literature offers a deeper insight and understanding of the aspects of honesty and integrity as addressed by the author. In the essay, Carter differentiates the two elements and employs examples to suffice them. The reasoning behind ascertaining the differences in honesty and integrity makes sense. Summary In the essay, Carter presents the variances of honesty and integrity. According to him, honesty is employed as an excuse for actions that lack integrity. The latter can be classified into three categories. They are; discernment of what is right and wrong, informed action, and the verbalization of an individual’s pursuit of understanding the differences between right and wrong. Moral reflectiveness embodies the first category. The second segment pinpoints to firm loyalty as a fundamental element of integrity geared towards maintaining commitments amongst persons. Verbalizing a person’s intent reflects on the ability to trust an individual with integrity. Honesty informs the restraint of cheating and being trustworthy. Telling truth to its entirety can come at the expense of moral awareness of integrity. As a result, individuals can tell the truth but
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Surname 2 can fail to consider whether their actions are correct or right. Carter reiterates that honesty does not serve as a substitute for integrity. Analysis The essay reflects on the differences in the integrity and honesty that most people may find confusing (Thelin, 450). An individual can be honest but lacks integrity. However, honesty occurs as a vital aspect of integrity. Honesty entails telling the whole truth to the best of knowledge of an individual. At times, such revelations come at the expense of morality as they may either be right or correct. For example, an individual considered racist can think of the superiority of one race over the other. The honest opinion of such a person does not reflect on moral consideration though he/she tells the truth about their feelings on the subject. Honesty can never be substituted for integrity as the two elements share notable differences. In legal matters, for example, a lawyer is restricted from sharing certain information that a client has confided in them. Keeping secrets remains a moral course embraced by integrity. On the other hand, honesty may cross such boundaries thereby jeopardizing the rights of others. Response Reading Carter’s essay makes sense based on the explicit differentiation between integrity and honesty. I find the analysis informative and intriguing. Previously, I found these aspects pretty confusing. For most individuals, honesty remains an element that plays a significant role. However, Carter offers a deeper insight on this issue by presenting examples from real day-to-day life activities. Finding a balance between the two aspects remains a matter of choice for individuals. At times, the feelings of guilt can push an individual to make confessions that may fail to go well with others. The saying that the 'truth shall set you free'
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