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Department
Geography
Course
GEOG 357
Professor
Valerie Carolyn Prouse
Semester
Winter

Description
Claim: Central Idea, or thesis What you want to prove Evidence: Whatever you find that helps you win over your audience Interpretation of your evidence(or warrant) can get tricky This is where you actually turn that evidence into proof Fallacy: Flaw in your argument, can happen because your claim is faulty or warrant doesnt hold up Establush own credibility and authority Know discourse community and communicate appropriately Do rigorous research and use sources ethically Make sure you fully understand your argument Writing for social justice: Topics are going to be complex in different ways from what you may be usedto May be using source material that is deeply embedded in peoples lived experience Need to be more aare of the language you use Antioppressive language tips Dont make assumptions about who your audenice is Remember own positionality Use personfirst language Use language a group or individual self identifies with o Correct prnouns, job titles
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