Writing Arguments: A Rhetoric with Readings, Concise Edition

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Throughout this book, the authors approach argument rhetorically by emphasizing audience and context at every stage of the construction of an argument. 'Writing Arguments' moves students beyond a simplistic debate model of argument to a view of argument a

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A full Rhetoric of argument, including “Reading Arguments,” “Writing Arguments,” Principles of Argument,” and “The Researched Argument.” Readings include student and professional examples of different types of argumentative texts, as well as advertisements. Read full review

Contents

Part One Overview of Argument
1
Reading Arguments
19
Seeking Alternative Views and Analyzing Sources
34
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JOHN C. BEAN is professor of English at Seattle University, where he directs the writing program and chairs the Task Force on Teaching and Learning. He is coauthor (with John D. Ramage) of Writing Arguments (3rd ed., 1995) and Form and Surprise in Composition (1986).

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