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    intelligent method to argue that is called argumentative writing. With argumentative writing a person can put all of their ideas into an organized, well developed paper that attracts and engages a reader. While most people prefer arguing in person, one is susceptible to interruptions from the opposing side or as well as having to think on the fly and keep their train of thought going while constantly countering what the opposition is saying; but with argumentative writing one can freely express all their

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    Argumentative Back to the mid 2008, starbucks announced that they were closing 75% of its store in Australia (Patterson, Scott & Uncles, 2010). It was a huge and unexpected closure to this big coffee company, lots of media and Australian rated Starbucks as “failure” in Australia. But situation was totally different from Asia market, Starbucks reached their great success in Asia. As the world’s largest coffee company, Starbucks now faces lots of judgment because of the store’s closure in Australia

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    Sherry Lodwig WR 122 March 13th, 2017 Argumentative Research Essay What comes to mind when someone mentions global warming? I bet it isn’t how we can control it or how we go about fixing it to make a better life for not only us but for our children. Feeling guilty and concerned are a normal reaction to the global warming issues, but not caring is another really concerning fact in its self. I’m not saying that you must be full blown out

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    Argumentative Essay The function of an argumentative essay is to show that your assertion (opinion, theory, and hypothesis) about some phenomenon or phenomena is correct or more truthful than others'. The art of argumentation is not an easy skill to acquire. Many people might think that if one simply has an opinion, one can argue it successfully, and these folks are always surprised when others don't agree with them because their logic seems so correct. Argumentative writing is the act of forming

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    Argumentative Synthesis Education can be defined by how we as humans learn to interact with one another as well as obtaining the skills and perspectives needed to reach our full potential later in life. While education may seem straight forward, there are many ideas as to how it should be successfully presented. The authors, Pratt, Rodriguez, and Freire, all share my belief that educational freedom is vital to a positive classroom experience. Throughout this essay, I will be using their ideas to

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    TKAM Argumentative Paper America is a country with many beliefs that seem to be hypocritical, for they appear to not be followed by it’s citizens and government. It is common to hear about this country being a place where everyone is respected and has their own rights. The National Anthem of the United States of America proclaims this country as “The land of the free and the home of the brave.” But it is questionable whether this line is true or not in terms of it’s significance. Much oppression

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    John Amos Nordmeyer Ms. Allen 11/20/15 Essay #4: Argumentative Synthesis As we begin the 21st century, the preservation and concern with our world environment becomes more of a highlighted issue. Authors such as Michael Pollan in his article “Escape from the Western Diet”, and Jonathan Safran Foer who wrote “Against Meat” both mention in their essays the negative impact fast food has created on our environment due to the method of factory farming. Foer quotes using reports from the Food and Agriculture

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    | Breastfeeding is better for your baby | Argumentative Essay | | | Islas, R. Argumentative essay Among the many decision a woman faces when she is pregnant, is whether or not she will breastfeed her child. In our society and in this day and age, this has become a matter of choice as opposed to long ago where formula was nonexistent and the only means of nurturing your baby was to breastfeed. Many women are oblivious to the health risks their baby may endure having not being breastfed

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    concessions to benefit their argument. They could’ve said something along the lines of “You guys are more flexible than I could ever be” or “It is fascinating to watch what you guys do.” These sorts of comments promote a respectful and supportive argumentative environment. Even without reading Henrichs, it is obvious that a calm and encouraging environment is much more progressive than a vehement and degrading

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    Argumentative Paper Yahoo announced in 2013 that it would no longer offer the option for employees to work remotely. Although technology has evolved and created the ability to work remotely, productivity can diminish if management is not in place to accommodate and support the endeavor. If implemented properly, companies can benefit from employees working remotely by realizing cost savings of office space and utilities, employee retention and broadening their candidate pool. However, working remotely

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