strength” and “weakness
1. be sure to devote the ENTIRE first two pages of your analysis to an overview of the arguments made in each of the
two articles and the other three pages of your analysis to a discussion of the strengths and weaknesses in the
arguments made in both of the articles and your opinion regarding the issue.
2. Given that there are strengths and weaknesses in the arguments made in all of the articles in the book, you will not
receive full credit for an analysis if you fail to mention at least one strength and one weakness for each of the two
articles. You should use the words “strength” and “weakness” in your analysis so that is clear to me what points you
consider to be strengths and weaknesses.
3. When writing the first two pages of your analysis, do not include an introductory paragraph. Instead, just start the
page with your summary of the first article and finish the page with your summary of the second article.
4. Similarly, when writing the other three pages of your analysis, start with your discussion of the strengths and
weaknesses in the first article. Then write your discussion of the strengths and weaknesses in the second article and,
finally, write your opinion regarding the issue. Remember that the strengths and weaknesses you write about should
pertain to the arguments made in the two articles and not to issues such as whether or not an article was poorly or well
written or whether or not you liked a writer’s style.
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