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This edition of the best-selling Everything's an Argument with Readings (ISBN 9780312538613) was made even better with the addition of insightful readings. Authors Andrea A. Lunsford, John J. Ruszkiewicz, and Keith Walters have compiled not just essays but other compelling media to illustrate how to use logical reasoning in different disciplines....
This edition of the best-selling Everything's an Argument with Readings (ISBN 9780312538613) was made even better with the addition of insightful readings. Authors Andrea A. Lunsford, John J. Ruszkiewicz, and Keith Walters have compiled not just essays but other compelling media to illustrate how to use logical reasoning in different disciplines. Everything's an Argument with Readings is favored by instructors for its superior pedagogical approach; it provides them tools to teach students to formulate and defend their own arguments as well use constructive criticism when analyzing the readings. This is an excellent reference for students interested in learning more about academic arguments, arguments of fact, arguments of definition, and evaluations. Other topics covered in the book include rhetorical analysis, style in arguments, visual arguments, and presenting arguments. With this book, students will be able to understand evidence and fallacies of argument, and be able to use and evaluate valid sources for their own work. Andrea A. Lunsford, John J. Ruszkiewicz, and Keith Walters offer plenty of rich examples; in fact, an entire section is devoted to sample argument readings, newspaper articles, and websites. Topics in the examples revolve around friends, cultural stereotypes, bilingualism, food and water, religion, diversity in a campus, and work life. Both teachers and students are given access to an online supplement with even more samples, such as the work of Michael Slackman ('9/11 Rumors that Harden Into Conventional Wisdom'), Jacob G. Hornberger's ('Did the Show Thrower Hate America for its Freedom and Values?') and Richard Bernstein ('The Day After: The View from Abroad').
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