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Quiet by Susan Cain
Transcript of Quiet by Susan Cain
contains is a
because Susan Cain presents our extroverted world as a problem for introverts. She also speaks of solutions to help and explain introverts.
, Susan tells about the life of introverts and many misconceptions that people have about introverts. She explains the differences between extroverts and introverts. She also clears up the confusion between introversion and just being shy.
helps to find out more about yourself and why you may react or feel the way you do in certain situations. Today's society has a bias toward extroverts called "The Extrovert Ideal". Cain takes a stance against this by enforcing that introverts are not less in comparison to extroverts.
Everything's an Argument
, the purposes of arguments include to inform, convince, explore, make decisions, and to meditate and pray. This novel was an argument to
. Susan Cain includes numerous facts and plentiful research in the novel to provide readers with little-known information that clears up misconceptions about introverts and extroverts.
Occasions for arguments include arguments about the past (forensic), future (deliberative), & present (ceremonial). This novel is an argument about the
because it takes a stance against our present bias towards extroverts called the "Extrovert Ideal".
By: Ariana Chiapas,
Teagan Fors, &
Quiet by Susan Cain
There are not specific groups that all
audiences fit into in
. We believe that the
audience was intended to be
they can best relate to the information in the
novel. Susan Cain probably wanted to show
introverts their true power so that they would
go out into the world and change the perspective of
The types of appeals are emotional (pathos),
ethical (ethos), and logical (logos).
would best fit into the category of
because it uses details and anecdotes to
allow readers to empathize with introverts.
The example used in
was that campuses should provide
more wheelchair access for students, which
relates to the argument in
the world should provide a more accepting
view of introverts.
Text to self:
We are all introverts and
we connect to the feeling of having
to fake extroversion in order to feel accepted
and intelligent. This book shows that it is not
necessary or healthy to hide who you really are
and taught us strategies of how to use our
personalities to our advantage.
Text to Text:
This book connects to
because it uses some of the same information, but
with different explanations.
says Asians are more successful because of an introverted culture that promotes hard work. While in
Asians are more successful due to hard work alone.
Text to World:
Many schools across the country use
group settings in their classrooms and these groups are
used in many activities. Research has shown that these
groups are not the most productive method. Yet, as Western culture spreads, more and more schools around the world are adopting this group ideal, therefore adopting the extrovert ideal.