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Argument of Inquiry

Statsis Theory Quadrant - 

Use the quadrant below to investigate a topic and formulate a research question

Conjecture

·         What is the problem/issue?

·         What are the basic facts?

 

Definition

·         What kind of problem/issue is it? 

·         What is influencing our definition of this             problem / issue?

 

Quality

·         How serious is the problem/issue?

·         Whom might it affect (stakeholders)?

 

Policy

·         What further information do you need about             this problem?

·         What aspect of the problem are you interested             in researching?

 

 

Rhetorical Analysis

i am an undergraduate. . . researching a topic   

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Annotated Bibliography

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MLA Citation guidelines through Purdue OWL

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Creative Commons and Fair Use

 

Digital Forum

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