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Zalinsky: Went a little heavy on the pine tree perfume ther
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Remember: Argument and Persuasion are not the same.
You've Already Made an Argument...
Essay 2 (Causal Analysis): Improper hand sanitation is a serious issue that has huge impacts on schools, restaurants, and healthcare facilities.
Zalinsky: Went a little heavy on the pine tree perfume there, kid?
Tommy Callahan III: Sir, it's an taxicab air freshener.
Zalinsky: Good, you've pinpointed it. Step two is washing it out.
Argument: Making a claim.
Persuasion: Trying to instigate some sort of action.
It's a bad idea for rat poison to be named PetChow.
Rat poison makers should not give their products names like PetChow.
Look back at the problem(s) you identified in your previous essays.
What needs to happen to fix the problem? You can start with a basic statement.
People need to have clean hands.
Use causal analysis: what are the causes for this effect?
(this is a good opportunity to develop research questions)
Who can make it happen?
Ensure that soap and water are available
Provide gloves and hand sanitizer as appropriate
Educate people about proper hand sanitation
Is it definitely not happening yet?
Outcome: The above being effective.
People must do it.
Get employees/students to keep their hands clean
"Teachers, supervisors, and health inspectors should enforce hand sanitation regulations by instituting punishments for those who do not comply"
"Anti-Intellectualism: Why We Hate the Smart Kids"
What is the effect Penrod wants?
What is his main reason that we do not have that effect already?
Explain Penrod's definition of "nerd".
According to Penrod, why do people not like "nerds"?
Who can change this?