They say / I say : the moves that matter in academic writing with readings / Gerald Graff, Cathy Birkenstein, Russel Durst.Material type: TextPublication details: New York : W. W. Norton & Company, 2018Edition: Fourth editionDescription: xxvii, 772 pages : illustrations ; 19 cmISBN: 0393631680; 9780393631685Subject(s): Writing | Authorship | English language -- Rhetoric -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | Persuasion (Rhetoric) -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | Report writing -- Handbooks, manuals, etcLOC classification: PE1431 | .G73 2018
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"The Fourth Edition includes 40 readings (22 of which are NEW) that represent a multitude of perspectives organized around 5 conversations. Michelle Alexander on mass incarceration; Sherry Turkle on romance in a digital age; J.D. Vance on the American Dream that is vanishing for so many American--these are just a few examples of the readings that will prompt students to listen, think, and write"-- Publisher's website.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Preface to the fourth edition -- Preface: Demystifying academic conversation -- Introduction: Entering the conversation -- Part 1. "They say". "They say" : starting with what others are saying ; "Her point is" : the art of summarizing ; "As he himself puts it" : the art of quoting -- Part 2. "I say". "Yes / no / okay, but" : three ways to respond ; "And yet" : distinguishing what you say from what they say ; "Skeptics may object" : planting a naysayer in your text ; "So what? Who cares?" : saying why it matters -- Part 3. Tying it all together. "As a result" : connecting the parts ; "You mean I can just say it that way?" : academic writing doesn't mean setting aside your own voice ; "But don't get me wrong" : the art of metacommentary ; "He says contends" : using the templates to revise -- Part 4. In specific academic contexts. "I take your point" : entering class discussions ; Don't make them scroll up : entering online conversations ; What's motivating this writer? : reading for the conversation ; "Analyze this" : writing in the social sciences --
Readings. How can we bridge the differences that divide us? The "other side" is not dumb / Sean Blanda ; Why America is self-segregating / Danah Boyd ; The new Jim Crow / Michelle Alexander ; Hillbilly elegy / J. D. Vance ; Minority student clubs : segregation or integration? / Gabriela Moro ; Why rural America voted for Trump / Robert Leonard ; A tax system stacked against the 99 percent / Joseph E. Stiglitz ; Howard University commencement speech / Barack Obama -- Is college the best option? Should everyone go to college? / Stephanie Owen and Isabel Sawhill ; The new liberal arts / Sanford J. Ungar ; Are too many people going to college? / Charles Murray ; Two years are better than four / Liz Addison ; Hidden intellectualism / Gerald Graff ; Blue-collar brilliance / Mike Rose ; Shut up about Harvard / Ben Casselman ; On the front lines of a new culture war / Steve Kolowich -- Are we in a race against the machine? Is Google making us stupid? / Nicholas Carr ; Smarter than you think : how technology is changing our minds for the better / Clive Thompson ; Does texting affect writing? / Michaela Cullington ; How I learned to love Snapchat / Jenna Wortham ; Google, democracy, and the truth about Internet search / Carole Cadwalladr ; Go ahead : waste time on the Internet / Kenneth Goldsmith ; No need to call / Sherry Turkle ; Does a protest's size matter? / Zeynep Tufekci -- What's gender got to do with it? Why women still can't have it all / Anne-marie Slaughter ; Why men still can't have it all / Richard Dorment ; I'm gay and African American. As a dad, I still have it easier than working moms / Raynard Kington ; From he to she in first grade / Laurie Frankel ; Teaching men to be emotionally honest / Andrew Reiner ; What about gender roles in same-sex relationships? / Stephen Mays ; Artificial intelligence's white guy problem / Kate Crawford ; Men without work / Nicholas Eberstadt -- What's there to eat? Escape from the western diet / Michael Pollan ; Why don't convenience stores sell better food? / Olga Khazan ; Food as thought : resisting the moralization of eating / Mary Maxfield ; Don't blame the eater / David Zinczenko ; What you eat is your business / Radley Balko ; The extraordinary science of addictive ]unk food / Michael Moss ; How junk food can end obesity / David H. Freedman ; Expanding the national school lunch program to higher education / Sara Goldrick-Rab, Katharine Broton, Emily Brunjes Colo.
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