Scholarly Writing

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Question Description

Read the following paragraph and analyze it for the author's strengths and weaknesses in terms of scholarly writing, bias, opinion, quality of evidence, and appropriateness for its target audience:

One of the great breakthroughs in the past 50 years has been the widespread availability of the personal computer. This powerful learning tool has revolutionized everything from commerce to education and changed the very way everyone conducts his or her daily lives. And most notably, where only a few years ago people wrote about the "digital divide" between those who could afford computers and those who could not, there is almost no discussion along these lines any longer. And, in fact, why would there be? Poor people can now save enough to buy their families a computer for home and school use. In fact, an article in Business Week in 2001 estimated that more than 80% of all high school students were "plugged in."

The assignment: (12 pages)

  • Write an analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of this author's effort at scholarly writing and an assessment of the paragraph in terms of bias, opinion, quality of evidence, and appropriateness for its target audience. Be sure your analysis is written in a scholarly voice and uses your scholarly writing skills.

Tutor Answer

Emmywriter
School: University of Maryland

Attached.

Running Head: THE WRITING PROCESS

Writing Process
Student’s Name:
Instructor’s Name:
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THE WRITING PROCESS

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The author chooses an interesting topic to write about especially with the latest trends in
technological advancement and the evolution of the digital era. Choosing an interesting topic is a
good start for the writer as it attracts a reader’s attention. In contrary, the author lacks strong points
to defend the argument introduced in the paragraph. Although, it is vital to respect other people’s
opinions, it is necessary that each writer provides adequate evidence, based on critical research on
a topic. The writer uses a subjective form of writing, notably, the writer includes personal
perspec...

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Anonymous
Thanks, good work

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