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Description The market leader in argumentative rhetorics, Writing Arguments has proven highly successful in teaching students to read arguments critically and to produce effective arguments of their own. With its student-friendly tone, clear explanations, high-interest readings and examples, and well-sequenced critical thinking and writing assignments, Writing Arguments offers a time-tested approach to argument that is interesting and accessible to students and eminently teachable for instructors.
Throughout the book, the authors approach argument rhetorically by emphasizing audience and context at every stage in the construction of an argument.
Writing Arguments moves students beyond a simplistic debate model of argument to a view of argument as inquiry and consensus-building as well as persuasion, in which the writer negotiates with others in search of the best solutions to problems.
Features Three editions are available: Four major approaches to argument are introduced: Plentiful student examples, many of them source-based, reflect genuine student voices writing on personal, local, national, and international topics.
Comprehensive coverage of research emphasizes the importance of evaluating sources, illustrates where citation information is found in common types of sources, provides up-to-date MLA and APA citation guidelines, and shows MLA and APA documentation styles with two fully formatted student research papers.
New to this Edition New full-color design and many new photographs, ads, cartoons, drawings, and other visual arguments increase the interest level and reader-friendliness of the text and deepen students' understanding of argument.
A new chapter on argument analysis teaches students to identify a writer's strategies for reaching an audience, to analyze the writer's angle of vision, to evaluate the argument's overall effectiveness, and to write a rhetorical analysis.
New Writing Assignments and a student example increase the text's flexibility for instructors when planning major assignments Ch. New Examining Visual Arguments feature throughout the text offer students opportunities to analyze advocacy ads, political cartoons, posters, and other visual arguments while offering instructors more assignments choices.
Six new student essays and ten new professional readings ensure that students have access to the most current takes on immigration, alternative energy, video games, and women in math and science. Updated MLA and APA documentation content includes instruction, examples, and sample papers based on each organization's most recent guidelines: An increased emphasis on rhetorical analysis within a new Part Three.
The new Chapter 8 on analyzing written arguments is paired with an updated Chapter 9 on analyzing visual arguments to create a new Part Three explicitly devoted to rhetorical analysis. In Part Three, students sharpen their analytic, critical thinking skills in order to strengthen their skills at producing arguments.
A significantly revised Chapter 2 places the reading of arguments within a context of inquiry and exploration.
The chapter continues to focus on reading arguments, but places greater emphasis on argument as inquiry and truth-seeking. A new Writing Assignment is illustrated with a student example, increasing the instructor's options for course planning and providing students with a productive tool for reading arguments and generating ideas.
Three new Source Samples display pages from sample research sources and show students where to find the information they need to write their citations Chs.Part Four discusses five different lypes of argument: definitional arguments, causal arguments, resemblance arguments, evaluation arguments including ethics, and pro- poial arguments.
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A student analyzes Ellen Goodman's rhetorical strategies in "Womb for Rent," emphasizing her delayed-thesis structure and her use of language with double meanings. 9 Analyzing Visual Arguments Ellen Goodman, “Womb for Rent—For a Price” Zachary Stumps (student), “A Rhetorical Analysis of Ellen Goodman’s ‘Womb For Rent—For a Price’” 9 Analyzing Visual Arguments.