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 Entering a Conversation. 

The instructions to the work is in the uploaded file. I choose set 2.  

Anne-Marie Slaughter, “Why Women Still Can’t Have It All” (p. 673)

Richard Dorment, “Why Men Still Can’t Have It All” (p. 694)

Assignment 2: Entering a Conversation 

Choose one of the sets of essays listed below. Summarize both of the arguments (“they say”), explain how the authors agree and disagree, and craft your own response to the issues the two essays raise (“I say”). Make sure you include a naysayer to show possible objections to your argument and address the “so what?” factor: why does this issue matter?

Requirements

Format: MLA 

Works Cited Page Required

Length: 3 pages (approximately 700 -750 words)

Grammar & Mechanics: While I don’t expect your writing to be perfect, your essay should be readable and relatively free of grammatical and mechanical errors.

Style:    Maintain an academic tone, but feel free to inject a little personal style. Don’t be boring.  Do your best to make every sentence crystal clear.  Choosing your subjects and verbs carefully and avoiding unnecessary words can help with this.  Remember to use the present tense: “Dr. Jones argues…” 

Set 1

Kelly Coryell, “All Words Matter: The Manipulation behind ‘All Lives Matter’” (“TSIS,” p. 312; “TSIS” with Readings, p. 397)

D. Vance, “Hillbilly Elegy” (p. 433)

Set 2

Anne-Marie Slaughter, “Why Women Still Can’t Have It All” (p. 673)

Richard Dorment, “Why Men Still Can’t Have It All” (p. 694)

Set 3

Stephanie Owen and Isabel Sawhill, “Should Everyone Go to College?” (p. 488)

Charles Murray, “Are Too Many People Going to College?” (p. 506)

Set 4

Jenna Wortham, “Has Coronavirus Made the Internet Better?” (p. 587)

Agustín Fuentes, “Are We Really as Awful as We Act Online?” (p. 643)

 

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