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Allyn Bacon,Guide to Writing,THIRD EDITION,John D Ramage. Arizona State University,John C Bean,Seattle University. June Johnson,Seattle University,New York San Francisco Boston. London Toronto Sydney Tokyo Singapore Madrid, Mexico City Munich Paris Cape Town Hong Kong Montreal. Senior Vice President and Publisher Joseph Opiela,Vice President and Publisher Eben W Ludlow.
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Manufacturing Buyer Al Dorsey, Printer and Binder RR Donnelley Sons Company Crawfordsville. Cover Printer Phoenix Color Corporation, For permission to use copyrighted material grateful acknowledgment is made to the. copyright holders on pages 814 to 817 which are hereby made part of this copyright. Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data. Ramage John D, The Allyn and Bacon guide to writing John D Ramage John C Bean June. Johnson 3rd ed,Includes index,ISBN 0 321 10622 9, 1 English language Rhetoric Handbooks manuals etc 2 English lan. guage Grammar Handbooks manuals etc 3 Report writing Handbooks. manuals etc 4 College readers I Title Guide to writing II Bean John C III. Johnson June IV Title,PE1408 R18 2003,808 0427 dc21 2002067146.
Copyright 2003 by Pearson Education Inc, All rights reserved No part of this publication may be reproduced stored in a. retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means electronic mechani. cal photocopying recording or otherwise without the prior written permission of. the publisher Printed in the United States of America. Please visit our website at http www ablongman com ramage. ISBN 0 321 10622 9 Complete Edition,ISBN 0 321 10621 0 Brief Edition. ISBN 0 321 09326 7 Concise Edition,1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 DOC 05 04 03 02. Brief Contents,Detailed Contents ix,Writing Projects xxvii. Thematic Contents xxix,Preface xxxv,Using the Part Opener Images xlvi.
PA R T O N E,A Rhetoric for College Writers 3, CHAPTER 1 Posing Problems The Demands of College Writing 5. CHAPTER 2 Pursuing Problems Exploratory Writing and. Talking 24, CHAPTER 3 Thinking Rhetorically about Question Thesis and. Support 40, CHAPTER 4 Thinking Rhetorically about Purpose Audience and. PA R T T W O,Writing Projects 85,WRITING TO LEARN, CHAPTER 5 Seeing Rhetorically The Writer as Observer 87. CHAPTER 6 Reading Rhetorically The Writer as Strong Reader 108. WRITING TO EXPRESS, CHAPTER 7 Writing an Autobiographical Narrative 152.
WRITING TO EXPLORE,CHAPTER 8 Writing an Exploratory Essay 174. vi Brief Contents,WRITING TO INFORM, CHAPTER 9 Writing an Informative and Surprising Essay 197. WRITING TO ANALYZE AND SYNTHESIZE,CHAPTER 10 Analyzing Images 218. CHAPTER 11 Analyzing Numerical Data 249,CHAPTER 12 Analyzing a Short Story 275. CHAPTER 13 Analyzing and Synthesizing Ideas 304, CHAPTER 14 Investigating Cause and Consequence 337.
WRITING TO PERSUADE,CHAPTER 15 Writing a Classical Argument 372. CHAPTER 16 Making an Evaluation 417,CHAPTER 17 Proposing a Solution 441. PA R T T H R E E,A Guide to Composing and Revising 477. CHAPTER 18 Writing as a Problem Solving Process 479. CHAPTER 19 Composing and Revising Closed Form Prose 497. CHAPTER 20 Composing and Revising Open Form Prose 544. PA R T F O U R,A Rhetorical Guide to Research 573,CHAPTER 21 An Introduction to Research 575. CHAPTER 22 Finding and Evaluating Sources 581, CHAPTER 23 Using Citing and Documenting Sources 617.
CHAPTER 24 Advanced or Specialized Research Skills 668. Brief Contents vii,PA R T F I V E,A Guide to Special Writing and Speaking. Occasions 683, CHAPTER 25 Oral Communication Working in Groups and Giving. Speeches 685, CHAPTER 26 Essay Examinations Writing Well Under Pressure 701. CHAPTER 27 Assembling a Portfolio and Writing a Reflective. Self Evaluation 715,PA R T S I X,A Guide to Editing 731. HANDBOOK 1 Improving Your Editing Skills 733,HANDBOOK 2 Understanding Sentence Structure 739.
HANDBOOK 3 Punctuating Boundaries of Sentences Clauses and. Phrases 753,HANDBOOK 4 Editing for Standard English Usage 763. HANDBOOK 5 Editing for Style 779, HANDBOOK 6 Editing for Punctuation and Mechanics 789. Detailed Contents,Writing Projects xxvii,Thematic Contents xxix. Preface xxxv,Using the Part Opener Images xlvi,PA R T O N E. A Rhetoric for College Writers 3,CHAPTER 1 Posing Problems The Demands of.
College Writing 5,Why Take a Writing Course 6, Subject Matter Problems The Starting Point of Writing 7. Shared Problems Unite Writers and Readers 7 The Writer as. Problematizer 9 Posing a Problem A Case Study of a Beginning. College Writer 10 Types of Subject Matter Questions 11. Rhetorical Problems Reaching Readers Effectively 12. An Example of a Rhetorical Problem When to Choose Closed Versus. Open Forms 13,READINGS 13,David Rockwood A Letter to the Editor 13. Thomas Merton Rain and the Rhinoceros 14, Distinctions between Closed and Open Forms of Writing 16. Where to Place Your Writing along the Continuum 17. Chapter Summary 18,BRIEF WRITING PROJECT 19,READING 19. Amanda Higgins student Country Music Cool 19, Showing Why Your Question Is Problematic 20 Showing Why Your.
Question Is Significant 22 Planning Your Essay 22, CHAPTER 2 Pursuing Problems Exploratory Writing and. Talking 24,What Does a Professor Want 25, Learning to Wallow in Complexity 25 Seeing Each Academic Discipline as a. Field of Inquiry and Argument 27 How a Prototypical Introduction Poses a. Question and Proposes an Answer 29, Techniques for Exploratory Writing and Talking 31 ix. x Detailed Contents, Freewriting 32 Focused Freewriting 33 Idea Mapping 33 Dialectic. Discussion 34 Active Reading and Research 35,Chapter Summary 36.
BRIEF WRITING PROJECT 37, Playing the Believing and Doubting Game 37 Student Example 38. CHAPTER 3 Thinking Rhetorically about Question,Thesis and Support 40. Thinking Rhetorically to Deepen Inquiry 41,Posing a Question That Engages Your Audience 42. Seeking a Surprising Thesis 43, Try to Change Your Readers Views of Your Subject 44 Give Your Thesis. Tension 45, Supporting Your Thesis with Points and Particulars 47.
How Points Convert Information to Meaning 48 How Removing Particulars. Creates a Summary 49 How to Use Your Knowledge about Points and. Particulars When You Revise 50 How Particulars Can Be Arranged on a. Scale of Abstraction 50,Recognizing a Writer s Angle of Vision 51. Changing Your Readers View with Images as Well as Words 55. Chapter Summary 58,BRIEF WRITING PROJECT 58,CHAPTER 4 Thinking Rhetorically about Purpose. Audience and Genre 60,How Writers Think about Purpose 61. Purpose as a Response to a Motivating Occasion 61 Purpose as a Desire to. Change Your Readers Views 62 Purpose as Rhetorical Aim 62. How Writers Think about Audience 66,Assessing Your Audience 66. How Writers Think about Genre 67, Rhetorical Context and Your Choices about Structure 70.
Rhetorical Context and Your Choices about Style 71. Factors That Affect Style 71 Recognizing Different Styles and Voices 72. Rhetorical Context and Your Choices about Document Design 74. Key Components of Document Design 75 Examples of Different Document. Designs 77, A Generic Rhetorical Context for College Writing 80. What Do We Mean by a Default or Generic Rhetorical Context 81. Assignments That Specify Different Rhetorical Contexts 81. Summary of Chapter 4 and Part One 82,BRIEF WRITING PROJECT 82. Detailed Contents xi,PA R T T W O,Writing Projects 85. WRITING TO LEARN,CHAPTER 5 Seeing Rhetorically The Writer as. Observer 87,About Seeing Rhetorically 87,Exploring Rhetorical Observation 87.
Exhibit 1 Photographs of the ANWR 88 Exhibit 2 Two Verbal. Descriptions of the ANWR 90 Exhibit 3 Descriptions of the ANWR by. Political Figures 91 Analyzing the Exhibits 92,WRITING PROJECT 92. Understanding Observational Writing 93, Considering the Factors That Shape Perception 93 Conducting a Simple. Rhetorical Analysis 96,READINGS 99,Henry Morton Stanley s Account 99. Mojimba s Account 100,Thinking Critically about the Two Accounts 100. Composing Your Essay 101, Exploring Rationales and Details for Your Two Descriptions 101.
Generating Details 102 Shaping and Drafting Your Two Descriptions 103. Using Show Words Rather Than Tell Words 103 Revising Your Two. Descriptions 105 Generating and Exploring Ideas for Your Rhetorical. Analysis and Reflection 105,Guidelines for Peer Reviews 106. CHAPTER 6 Reading Rhetorically The Writer as,Strong Reader 108. About Reading Rhetorically 108,Exploring Rhetorical Reading 108. READING 109,Andr s Martin M D On Teenagers and Tattoos 109. WRITING PROJECT 113,Understanding Rhetorical Reading 113.
What Makes College Level Reading Difficult 113 Using the Reading. Strategies of Experts 115 Reading With the Grain and Against the Grain 117. Understanding Summary Writing 118,Reading for Structure and Content 118. Understanding Strong Response Writing 123,xii Detailed Contents. Kinds of Strong Responses 123 Student Example of a Summary Strong. Response Essay Sean Barr y Why Do Teenagers Get Tattoos A Response to. Andr s Martin 124 Questions for Analyzing and Critiquing a Text 126. Questions for Developing Your Own Views about the Text s Subject Matter 129. Rereading Strategies to Stimulate Thinking for a Strong Response 130. READINGS 133,Florence King I d Rather Smoke than Kiss 133. Gina Escamilla Angie L Cradock and Ichiro Kawachi Women and. Smoking in Hollywood Movies A Content Analysis 138. Edward Abbey The Damnation of a Canyon 144,Composing Your Summary Strong Response Essay 148. Generating and Exploring Ideas for Your Summary 148 Shaping Drafting. and Revising Your Summary 149 Generating and Exploring Ideas for Your. Strong Response 149 Writing a Thesis for a Strong Response Essay 150. Revising Your Strong Response 150,Guidelines for Peer Reviews 150.
WRITING TO EXPRESS, CHAPTER 7 Writing an Autobiographical Narrative 152. About Autobiographical Narrative 152,Exploring Autobiographical Narrative 153. WRITING PROJECT 154,Understanding Autobiographical Writing 155. Autobiographical Tension The Opposition of Contraries 155 Using the. Elements of Literary Narrative to Generate Ideas 155. READINGS 160,Kris Saknussemm Phantom Limb Pain 160. Patrick Jos student No Cats in America 162,Anonymous student Masks 165.
Sheila Madden Letting Go of Bart 167,Composing Your Essay 170. Generating and Exploring Ideas 170 Shaping and Drafting 171 Revising 172. Guidelines for Peer Reviews 172,WRITING TO EXPLORE. CHAPTER 8 Writing an Exploratory Essay 174,About Exploratory Writing 174. Exploring Exploratory Writing 175,WRITING PROJECT 177. Understanding Exploratory Writing 177, The Essence of Exploratory Prose Considering Multiple Solutions 178.
Detailed Contents xiii,READINGS 180, Christopher Leigh student An Exploration of How to Prevent. Violence in Schools 180, Sheridan Botts student Exploring Problems about Hospices 185. Composing Your Exploratory Essay 188, Generating and Exploring Ideas 188 Continuing with Research and. Dialectic Thinking 191 Shaping and Drafting 192 Revising 194. Guidelines for Peer Reviews 195,WRITING TO INFORM,CHAPTER 9 Writing an Informative and Surprising. About Informative and Surprising Writing 197,Exploring Informative and Surprising Writing 198.
WRITING PROJECT 199, Understanding Informative and Surprising Writing 199. READINGS 201, Leo W Banks Not Guilty Despite Its Fearsome Image the Tarantula Is a. Benign Beast 201,Cheryl Carp student Behind Stone Walls 204. David Quammen The Face of a Spider Eyeball to Eyeball with the Good. the BAD and the Ugly 207,Composing Your Essay 212, Generating and Exploring Ideas 212 Shaping and Drafting 214 Revising 216. Guidelines for Peer Reviews 216,WRITING TO ANALYZE AND SYNTHESIZE.
C H A P T E R 1 0 Analyzing Images 218,About Analyzing Images 218. Exploring Image Analysis 220,WRITING PROJECT 222,Understanding Image Analysis 223. How Images Create a Rhetorical Effect 223 How to Analyze an. Advertisement 227 How Advertisers Target Specific Audiences 228. Sample Analysis of an Advertisement 229 Cultural Perspectives on. Advertisements 232,READINGS 236, Paul Messaris From Visual Persuasion The Role of Images in Advertising 237. Stephen Bean student How Cigarette Advertisers Address the Stigma. Against Smoking A Tale of Two Ads 242,Composing Your Essay 246. xiv Detailed Contents, Generating and Exploring Ideas 246 Shaping and Drafting 246.
Revising 247,Guidelines for Peer Reviews 247,C H A P T E R 1 1 Analyzing Numerical Data 249. About Numerical Analysis 249,Exploring Numerical Analysis 250. Task 1 Analyzing the Use of Numbers in an Article 250. USA Today Help Troubled Teens Don t Forget Them 250. The Allyn amp Bacon Guide to Writing THIRD EDITION John D Ramage Arizona State University John C Bean Seattle University June Johnson Seattle University New York San Francisco Boston London Toronto Sydney Tokyo Singapore Madrid Mexico City Munich Paris Cape Town Hong Kong Montreal Senior Vice President and Publisher Joseph Opiela Vice President and Publisher Eben W Ludlow Development

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