Essay (an analysis)

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Essay 2 (an analysis) Due October 31 at the beginning of class MLA format – start to finish. See: https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/...and.../mla.../mla_formatting.../ mla_general_format.html If you have any questions about MLA format. 14 font (required) 500-650 words – printed copy. Stapled: upper left corner Rubric (how it is graded): 50 – 50. 50% writing (grammar, usage, punctuation, mechanics, syntax, sentence structure, paragraph structure) – 50% content and organization. You are analyzing “Moral Isolationism” (p. 240) Paragraph 1: Introduce the writer and the essay. (Avoid long bio information). Give a brief summary of the essay. Give a direction (where you are going) in the essay. Do not say, “In this essay I am going to. . .” Do not use we, you, us, I, our. . .that pull the reader into the content. Be objective. Paragraph 2: In explaining her “moral reasoning” about making judgments about others’ morals/customs, she says intelligent outsiders can make better judgments about moral customs than “insiders” can. How does she defend that? Paragraph 3: What moral position does she indicate “Western standards” come from? Paragraph 4: What is the failure of sociologists and anthropologists in determining moral standards within cross cultures? Paragraph 5 (Do not write, ‘in conclusion’. Draw everything together. Don’t repeat what you have said. Leave the reader with a final thought. You may repeat the writer’s full name here. You may also use I, but do not say, “I think, or I believe that. . .” You are the writer. It is obvious you think it or believe it or you likely would not write it. Do not go outside the essay for support or give a works cited. You may refer to quotes or summaries with the page numbers (248) from the essay assigned. Analyze it. Don’t give someone else’s analysis. Do not quote more than 2 lines at once. No more than 3 quotes per paper. I want to see you writing, not Midgley’s. If you quote 6 lines, that is approximately 13-15% of the essay. ...
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