Barry’s use of syntax to effectively state his argument, his use of diction to allow the reader to comprehend the meaning of a phrase, and the allegories to add further emphasis to his main points all are important rhetorical strategies. These strategies don’t just emphasize the important of certainty and how it can benefit the field of science, but they also describe how uncertainty can also impact discoveries and how it can prohibit discoveries from being
A Toulmin Argument is a stated argument that is obvious which the reader is accustomed to or either contradicts with the argued statement. It is a strategical way to get the reader involve and to send the main point across; by adding personal and relatable beliefs. The Toulmin model of argument can be used if the main point is debatable. For example, legalizing marijuana is a controversial topic that society can either agree or disagree with. But even so; adding true facts, research, or data collected in your argument; deepens how strong your belief is.
6. What are the primary strengths and weaknesses of the book? The primary strength of this book is how much organizational theory has largely sanitized the notion of evil, also creating more inherent characteristics of modern organizations that allows evil to be administratively sanitized, accepted as rational and proper in terms of efficiency and the masking may be inadvertent. The weakness of this book is that precision on when the virtues of modern administrative practices will be realized without encouraging administrative evil. 7.
It was the shock that the experiment gave that brought their life choices into question. In conclusion, I believe the way Slater presents her evidence is very convincing. She makes it a point to explain all of the controversial points that surround Stanley Milgram and his experiments. While we might not agree on all of her points, we both share the thought that Milgram and his experiments have affected positively despite the issues of its purpose, results, usefulness, and morality shroud the experiments in
He is trying to warn people, plain and simple. His tone is an assertive and aggressive one do to the lack of polysyllabic words in this series of sentences. a sense of urgency is also created, giving the story excitement. Polysyllabism is used throughout the chapter describing characters and the processes in which the poison is analyzed such as in the “process of distillation and oxidation” (Blum, 2010). This gives the reader an accurate and detailed description of what the author is trying to convey, making it easier for the author to show urgency in other situations.
While employed at the Hershey Chocolate USA, Turners claims have been reasonable essential accommodation on the defendant. In this case, the observing the material facts in the light most positive to the Turner, It is difficult to determine the matter of the law based on the evidence that appellant directly intimidate to its employees or place an undue hardship on the defendant, Therefore, the question whether plaintiff’s can perform the important function of her position with reasonable accommodation is an undefended material fact for the trial. Hershey will have a chance at trial to reverse Turner’s claim by presenting that her proposed accommodation would make in danger the health safety of its employees as a result, an employer is not wanted to provide accommodations to an employee. Moreover, it would carry out an undue hardship that even with the accommodation. Turner would still be unable to perform work on lines 8 and 9.
Luce is not denigrating, but supporting the journalists in order to prevent them from becoming too defensive. Additionally, she states in the following sentence that she is putting forth an effort to tell the truth in her speech and “begin[s] by saying that if there is much...wrong with the American Press, there is also much right with it.” The counterargument is introduced here, explaining that the American Press is not only bad, but also has good qualities, which may ameliorate the faults she adverts to and the improvements she
Butler’s strengths are that she presents a good argument and give good evidence in her article. Her weakness is her thesis and how she does not follow by her argument. Warren on the other hand does have a thesis and fulfills his purpose on his essay. Warren’s article was logical and kept the reader engaged in his article. The author gave good evidence that provided a human resource to find out the link between media coverage and “copycat” shootings.
Strategies are methods or plans that solves a problem; strategies are essential to resolve issues to be able to prevent them from happening again and it helps to do a better job. Computerized physician’s order, electronic medication administration record with a barcode and reviewing the practice standards from CNO such as medication and documentation are the suggested strategies to inhibit the incidents and the breached ethical values from occurring again. Moreover, using information technology is the first strategy to impede medication error in the long-term care facility where an ethical value such as commitment to client was breached. Electronic physician order is beneficial because it provides a legible and complete order that includes
A summary of each hat is outlined in the figure 1 below: (1) White Neutral hat : White Neutral hat whose role is to collect facts, data, stats and concrete information that lay the groundwork and foundations for your thinking. (2) Red Intuitive hat : Red Intuitive hat who will use its feelings of intuition to find appropriate solutions to the problems you face. (3) Yellow Optimistic hat : This hat’s role is to logically present positive plans of action that will help you overcome the problems confronting your reality. (4) Black Pessimistic hat : The black hat is frowned upon because of it’s negative approach. However, it is one of the most important hats as it will help you to better understand the pitfalls of your thinking.
I applaud the American Evaluation Association (AEA) in taking a strong stance on the deleterious effects of high stakes testing, especially going so far as to promulgate their reasons and concerns. It is obvious from the statement that the AEA supports the importance of testing and accountability in improving education, but finds the current testing manipulation environment to be harmful for any positive improvements in education. Specifically, how the monolithic testing focus has increased dropout rates, created cultural insensitivity, turned the community against teachers and administrators, and driven curriculum writing with a myopic focus, of teaching to the test. In addition, the AEA highlights other adverse effects of narrowing the focus
Single Subject designs include robust and influential methods for manipulating the behavior of individuals, ethical concerns are extremely important. Furthermore, ethical and humane treatments are crucial to follow during intervention and treatment. Walker and Shea (1991) had several questions to address when establishing treatment. Who will manage the behavior, who decides what behavior is to be changed, who decides what type of intervention is to be used. Who decides if the intervention is ethical, who determines if the administer behaves ethically.
A researcher must use credible sources in his or her argument for readers to be contended with his or her argument. For sources to be credible the researcher should sort various sources to determine the fairest and clearest sources. It is a good practice to recognize shortcoming and biases from each source. Using evidence in the research is important to prevent generalization of the argument since one is able to point out an opposing point of view. It is important for any argument in the research to have critics since readers are able to know how different people view the same topic under discussion before making their