Why or why not? How does Scott establish his own AUTHORITY and CREDIBILITY--or fail to do so? Point to specific parts of the text to support your response. Scott’s tone in this piece is authoritative. He chooses words that convey how well-informed and interested he is on the topic, making him seem to be an authority to the reader.
The article concludes with Gonchar’s summary of the two excerpts and main points they consider. The fact that Gonchar remains unbiased helps strengthen his reasoning and build reliability by showing readers that he fully intends to show both sides and allows the audience to decide what is correct. By using two different examples with explanation after each one, the article flows freely and is easier to
Lincoln’s use of diction is very informative, he uses uniquely uses big words which he mixes with quotes, imagery and other things to strengthen his statements. Through his diction he better supports his facts; and not
The author utilizes inductive reasoning and provides sufficient and accurate mix of relevant evidence to support his claims. In addition, the tone of the paper allows her to properly connect with the audience and effectively communicate her assertions. Furthermore, the author possesses the necessary skills, knowledge, education, and expertise and refrains from letting her postmodernism world view cause biased or unwarranted assumptions. Therefore, I conclude that the author adequately supports her claims and attains her objective of fostering an understanding of the role of the brain in promoting superstitious phenomena to the
All these explicit cohesive ties give the text clear meaning. In their book Cohesion in English, Halliday and Hasan define cohesion as: The concept of cohesion can be usefully supplemented by that of register, since the two together effectively define a text. A text is a passage of discourse which is coherent in these two regards: it is coherent with respect to the context of the situation and therefore consistent in the register; and it is coherent with respect to it, and therefore, cohesive. Neither of the two conditions is sufficient without the other, nor does the one by necessity entail the other. Just as one can construct passages which are beautifully cohesive, but which fail as texts because they lack consistency of register there is no continuity of meaning in relation to the situation.
Different approaches have always been used in the development of knowledge. One approach that has been consistently used is the dialectical method, which utilizes consensus and disagreement. While consensus and disagreement are naturally contradictory, they are not incompatible and are some of the best tools used in the production of knowledge. This is especially relevant in the production of robust knowledge, which is plausible, generally accepted, and comprehensive knowledge. The use of the dialectical approach in various areas of knowledge creates the knowledge question: to what extent is constructive disagreement essential to the production of knowledge?
Overall, this book has a lot of good points and very useful ideas to learn from. I have gained a lot of knowledge from this book, and from my experience I would highly recommend this book to any other individuals with similar violations and even just in general. It really makes you think, but it’s that positive way of thinking. It doesn’t stress you out from not understanding the content, but instead lets you apply every idea to your
Based on years of successful counseling of couples, he gives advice on how to counteract these differences in communication styles, emotional needs and modes of behavior to promote a greater understanding between individual partners. Gray shows how men and women perform differently in conversation and how their relationships are affected. He encourages readers to accept the other gender 's particular way of expressing love, and helps men and women learn how to fulfill each other 's emotional needs. With practical suggestions on how to reduce conflict, crucial information on how to interpret a partner 's behavior and methods for preventing emotional "trash from the past" from invading new relationships, Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus is a worthy tool for couples who want to develop intense and more satisfying relationships with their partners. Being married for a couple of years and having some experienced ,I recommend all the couples to read this book which will help to improve the relationship much more better.
Abstract This report studied the different abilities of men and women making and remembering observations. To proof the hypothesis (women are more careful than men when they observe things), an experiment was made on males and females remembering objects scored after observation. The result showed that women participants have a better short term memory than men participants because they are more sensitive than men. However the differences between genders are not so obvious. We can improve this experiment by changing participants and contents.
by lying down and/or making a kissing pout) and even self-objectification (de Vries & Peter, 2013) while males more often demonstrate their physical strength (e.g. by standing solidly and/or showing off their muscles)”. According to their research as well as class discussions, stereotypes of women are being portrayed as weak, emotional and inferior to men. When discussing women in media in class (2/2), professor Goar explained how females often are portrayed as sexual objects who are supposed to be skinny and sexy but still pure, which can be seen in the internet space I have been analyzing. I follow males and females who post pictures on an everyday basis.