Many of the statistics shocked me and made me wonder about the future for our generation. As I continued reading, I realized how much of the surveys and statistics that he used were deceptive and manipulated my way of thinking. Bauerlein uses and abuses statistics to sway his readers thoughts to what he believes is correct. Statistics are not as reliable as they may seem but the author did use valid and trustworthy resources and organizations such as The National Board of Science. The argument was very convincing and did make me wonder about the future for our generation and made me even more worried about the next generation after mine. Overall, the argument was strong and well planned.
It does an excellent job at providing the facts to reinforce her point and can easily convince readers to believe why her side is correct. The only major complaint I have is that the paper is too one sided. It would be interesting to see and opposing side or just a counter to many of her arguments. I realize that is not the point of her essay and she is trying to push us to her side, but I believe that the paper would be more interesting to readers if we had an opposing view on the subject. Other than that minor point her essay is well written and is great at expressing her side of the
2b) The authors provided the reader a lot of information on the topic. Each topic was very well explored. A lot of different information on different but similar studies. The authors seemed very knowledgeable on the topic. This article lacked a few things. A clear research question and a hypothesis. The paragraphs were not clear and consist, I felt that I had to dig to get certain information. The paper was very wordy, which made me have a hard time understanding the substance.
To be clear, the intent of this essay is not to argue for or against the content; instead, we are analyzing what the article does in terms of the following:
Evaluation The article was well written and organized thought. However it did had a bit of deficiencies. Although the usage of personal experience and opinions are existing but she also used a lot of rhetorical strategies. This overreliance made the argument and the tone sound little bit emotional. The introduction of
AH-11.1: Reduce adolescent and young adult perpetration of, and victimization by, crimes Did you find any research articles on which you could perform a critique? Describe the type of article and add the reference to the article. (2 pts)
In this article, I found new key points to support my new claim of what the author 's main point is. At certain parts in the article, the author explains how he has learned lessons in the factory which he couldn 't have learned in the classroom. These lessons allowed him to better his college life, by understanding why it is important to not sack off is one example. There are many instances in this article that I can use to support my claim. By showing the specific text in my essay, will further substantiate my claim and allow me to show my audience the author 's key point and enforce my stance.
Check this A+ Write a 350- to 700-word rebuttal to the article using valid arguments and supporting data. In the rebuttal, offer an analysis in which you do the following:
To conclude, I really like this essay, the topic is very interesting because not everybody knows this information. However is for 2004. It has really good evidence, but I think it needs more of persuading. Also, I think this essay is not well organized. I think that it needs more personal
The author has many weaknesses and strengths. As said before, the author lacks the differing of other viewpoints and also more facts. Although, the author does a great job of of clarifying her passion for the subject and making it clear that this is an emotional subject on her part. She provides the right information to prove that she is confident in this subject, but not enough information to prove that other people have a different viewpoint on the subject.
The purpose of this report is to conduct a critical appraisal of a published article.
With no real audience aside from the general public, Liz Osborn addresses a very serious topic that she has strong feelings on and it is evident throughout her article. Her agenda is stated in the title and is strong and easy to understand from the very beginning. There is no
1.) Was the complete article from a peer-reviewed professional resource included? Yes 2.) Did you summarize the article in your own words including the finding of the study? Yes
Despite the fact that Omar failed to use much research and study information, he does uses logical conclusions to back up his claims and convey his message. He provides a list of facts, but they cannot be verified as true without reliable sources. However, he does use first-hand experiences and logical conclusions to help build his case. Overall, the piece could use some work, such as more outside experts and more of a formal approach to be more convincing to the readers. Even so, the article had a great impact on getting the message through to the readers.
Even though the authors have valid points and cite credible sources, their argument fails to be effective in several ways. For one,