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WRIT 111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: California Law Review, Thesis Statement, Jackson County, Texas

Rhetorical Précis Woodworth, Margaret K. (1988). The rhetorical précis. Rhetoric Review, 7.1, 156-164. The purpose of the rhetorical précis is to offer a short account of a text that does more than summarize the content....

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WRIT 111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Presentation Of A Group

WRIT 111 Coming to Voice, Coming to the Table Binghamton University Rhetorical Analysis Oral Presentation Overview In this unit, you will ...

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WRIT 111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Bushmeat, Iron-Deficiency Anemia, Sumatran Orangutan

Sarah Seeley November 13, 2013 Writing 111 ____________________________________ Everyone loves food. Food is essential for living a healthy lifestyle, but the food that we choose...

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WRIT 111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Radley Balko, Balko, Op-Ed

WRITING 111 8.20.29 The author suggests that the wrong way to fight obesity is through manipulating in the array of food options available to consumers. The author asse...

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WRIT 111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Norm (Social), Underweight, Op-Ed

Danielle Carmel 1. What is your research question for your Researched Argument? Does being/looking skinny determine whether or not you are healthy? Is an obese person unhealthier than someone who is skinn...

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WRIT 111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Social Comparison Theory

Title: A critical study of the contradictory role of women's magazines. Author: Huang, Xiaowei Women's magazines tell the female readers what an ideal body should be. Women come to understand that there is always...

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WRIT 111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Slim-Fit Pants, Mince Pie, Weight Watchers

Title:'BUT IF I EAT THIS, WILL I FIT INTO MY JEANS?'; Admit it or not, fear of fat is driving a generation of parents to obsess about their children's size. By Louise Carpenter Source: The Times (London, England). (Feb....

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WRIT 111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Catherine Deneuve, Thinis, Binge Eating

Sociocultural factors are defined as tendencies and behaviors that arise from nongenetic causes; that is, the "nurture" element of nature vs nurture. Sociocultural components of body image are well established and have be...

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WRIT 111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Holley Mangold, Uwire, Michelle Obama

Title: Overweight Does Not Equal Unhealthy Source: UWIRE Text. (Oct. 9, 2013): p1. Document Type: Article Copyright : COPYRIGHT 2013 Uloop Inc. http://uwire.com/?s=UWIRE+Text&x=26&y=14&=Go Full Text: Byline: Megan Smith...

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WRIT 111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Uwire, Katie White, Cardiovascular Disease

Title: Schools Shame Overweight Kids with 'Fat Letters' to Parents Source: UWIRE Text. (Oct. 24, 2013): p1. Document Type: Letter to the editor Copyright : COPYRIGHT 2013 Uloop Inc. http://uwire.com/?s=UWIRE+Text&x=26&y=1...

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WRIT 111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Body Fat Percentage, Eating Disorder, John Dewey

ABSTRACT: Given the frequency of societal norms in modern-day United States society, one can understand that physical appearances, health, and fitness are collectively meshed with many who assume that a “fit” physical ap...

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