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H.I.P.P. Extended Analysis

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Transcript of H.I.P.P. Extended Analysis

P.
P.
Identify who the author is and
explain
how the author's
personhood
might have impacted what they wrote.
H.
Historical Context
I.
Extended Analysis of Documents
Intended Audience
Purpose
Point of View
What is the context in which this was written?

What is the bigger picture into which it fits?
For example, the Zinn article we read is written in the context of Europe's Age of Exploration.

Or, MLK's "I Have a Dream" speech was given in the context of the Civil Rights Movement.
Who
is this written for? For what "audience?"
You write... "The author's intended audience was ___________ and it is shown by ____________."
Why
was this written? What was the goal?
You write..."The author's purpose in writing was to ___________ and is apparent by ___________."
What is "personhood?"
What is the author's...
-profession?
-gender?
-social class?
-religion?
Now that you know this,
explain how this might
influence the document.
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