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The Men We Carry In Our Minds
Transcript of The Men We Carry In Our Minds
Is there an ideal version of manliness?
The author has different views on masculinity through his life, but ideas for him change over time.
There are many ideal versions of manliness because everyone has their own ideas on what manliness is.
In 21st century America, Is life harder for men or women? Why or Why not?
In modern America, life is harder for men.
Men work hard, dangerous jobs that take a toll on their bodies.
Only select men can "run the world" and have power, money, and free time.
By: Scott Russell Sanders
Michael Fitzgibbons, Cole Peterson, and Tyler Sullivan
Because of the clear storyline, the essay is organized.
Clear and Concise
Writes sentences and paragraphs nicely
Easy to understand
The grammar is flawless
Content is opinionated
Author is consistent
Writes story in logical order
Tells progression of views on masculinity as a story
This essay answers a few essential questions regarding masculinity.
Men have a harder time with life in America than women think.
Reasonable amount of content, author does not write too much or too little
Fast progression of story with brief stops to add description creates a unique style of writing
To share the authors opinion/view on masculinity
The essay is not objective because it is a about the opinions of the writer.
Author is exposed to several different biases when young
Low exposure to different types of men shaped opinions
Women have life easier than men
Men have set standards in life
Author gives examples of how men have worked harder than women
Men work hard, women take it easy