How About a Dip in the Lake? Issues in Focus sections now conclude every chapter in Part 6, featuring focused clusters of visual and verbal selections on topics such as immigration, genetically modified foods, and video games. Adam Penenberg, The Surveillance Society.
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Good Reasons with Contemporary Arguments, 5th Edition
Armadi Tansal, Modern Warfare: Doug Savage, At Last! Buchanan, To Reunite a Nation. Michael Gerson, Where the Avatars Roam. Part 1 covers reading arguments, finding topics, writing process, and opens with a unique discussion of why people write arguments.
Walt Handelsman, Information Superhighway cartoon. New annotated sample student visual analysis Ch. Homosexual behavior versus the Bible. Ocntemporary work is protected by local and international copyright laws and is provided solely for the use of instructors in teaching their courses and assessing student learning.
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Sign Up Already have an access code? Rachel Carson, The Obligation to Endure. Barbara Jordan, Statement on the Articles of Impeachment. A glossary of terms helps students remember important concepts. How About a Dip in the Lake? Measuring the Body for Identity. Bernadine Healy, Reasohs Marijuana? Username Password Forgot your username or password? Daniel Okrent, The Death of Print?
Finding Good Reasons assignments integrate reading visuals, and writing. Emma Lazarus, The New Colossus.
David Edelstien, Up in Smoke: New to This Edition. More than 75 visuals, at least half of which are new to this edition, include cartoons, ads, graphs, charts, maps, and photographs illustrate and provide new perspectives on the topic of the chapter. Part 3 covers the kinds reasoms arguments students are likely to be assigned definition, evaluation, proposal, etc. Bennett, Privacy Implications of Biometrics.
Heather Havrilesky, Meet the Smoothies. New mini-arguments often visual or multimedia open each chapter in Part 3.
Obama Was Right to Say No. James Hibberd, Barhopping with the Bud Girls. Explains why people take the time to write arguments in the first place—using nontechnical language—and provides students with practical ways of finding "good reasons" for writing arguments of their own.
Instructor resource file download The work is protected by local and international copyright laws contemmporary is provided solely for the use of instructors in teaching their courses and assessing student learning. Proposed Amendment to the U.
The Conservative Case for Gay Marrriage. Issues in Focus sections now conclude every chapter in Part 6, featuring focused clusters of visual and verbal selections on topics such as immigration, genetically modified foods, and video games.