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Week 5
Question 2 (Chapter 7)
Assume it is logical for all of the following topics to appear in the following sources.
Why would an article from the magazine (either paper format or online) Newsweek NOT be a viable source for a scholarly research paper on the economic conditions of Nigeria?
Why would an article from the magazine (either paper format or online) Sports Illustrated NOT be a viable source for a scholarly research paper on the rise to fame of LeBron James?
Why would an article from the newspaper (either paper format or online) The Wall Street Journal NOT be a viable source for a scholarly research paper on whether or not collusion occurred in the 2016 United States Presidential Election?
Why would an article from the journal (either paper format or online) The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) be a viable source for a scholarly research paper on the effectiveness of the MMR (mumps, measles, rubella) vaccination?
Question 1 (Chapter 9)
Each set of statements below represents the main points of a speech. For example, set A.1. and A.2. are the main points of speech #1; B.1., B.2., and B.3. are the main points of speech #2; and so on. Identify the organizational method used in each of the following sets of main points.
Speech #1
A.1. The philosophy of hacktivism revolves around free speech, human rights, and online civil disobedience.
A.2. The objectives of hacktivism are to expose the corruption and inner workings of governments and corporations.
Speech #2
B.1. In ancient Rome, the Colosseum hosted gladiatorial games and other kinds of popular entertainment.
B.2. In the Middle Ages, the Colosseum was occupied by religious groups and used as a cemetery.
B.3. In modern times, the Colosseum has been restored and turned into a tourist attraction.
Speech #3
C.1. Caused by a rare genetic mutation, progeria is an inherited disease that has no known treatment.
C.2. The effects of progeria include the appearance of rapid aging, limited growth, and a shortened lifespan.
Speech #4
D.1. At the top of the rainforest is the emergent layer, where trees can be 200 feet tall.
D.2. Below the emergent layer is the canopy, where vegetation is so dense that it filters out 80 percent of the sunlight.
D.3. Beneath the canopy is the understory, where trees are less than 12 feet tall and grow large leaves to collect the small amount of sunlight.
D.4. At the bottom is the forest floor, where there are almost no plants because of the lack of sunlight.
Speech #5
E.1. Cyberbullying is a widespread national problem.
E.2. The problem can be solved by a combination of individual awareness and social action.
2. Question 2 (Chapter 10)
Following are four complete introductions from classroom speeches. Each has at least one flaw that keeps it from fulfilling all the functions of a good introduction. For each introduction:
identify the flaw (or flaws) make specific suggestions for improving the introduction
Introduction #1
It is very hard to cuddle a fish. Fish won’t roll over or fetch the morning paper. You won’t find them curling up on your lap, chasing a ball of string, or rescuing a child from a burning building.Yet despite these shortcomings, lots of tropical fish have found their way into American homes. Fish have earned a spot next to the all-American dog and the cuddly kitten in the hearts of millions. Today I would like to explain how you can start a home aquarium and discover the pleasures of owning tropical fish.
Introduction #2
We have so much unused human potential. By improving the use of your time, you can have much more time for social activities. You can use your mental processes more fully, thereby improving your grades. You can also increase your physical stamina and improve your health. We must learn to know our bodies.
Introduction #3
A six-year-old collie lay battered and helpless by the side of the road. The car that hit her had broken her pelvis, dislocated her hip and smashed her jaw. It had also blinded her and she whimpered in pain and fear.
Unfortunately, this true story happens much too frequently because of the growing problem of pet overpopulation. Having grown up on a farm with animals of all kinds, I care deeply about their welfare and I have become aware through my veterinary courses on how serious the problem of pet overpopulation is.
Introduction #4
Every problem has at least two sides. When one side is right and the other side is wrong, the problem is easy to solve. But what if both sides have merit in their arguments? How do you solve these problems? Balancing the rights of everyone in an adoption is one of these problems.
The parents who give up the child have a right that all the information they disclose be kept confidential, while the adopted child has a right to know about the identity of his or her natural parents.
Today, I’d like to explore this problem with you and look at one approach to solving it.

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