Writing in the 21st Century

What does it mean to be a writer in the 21st century? You are welcome to build off of Yancey’s ideas
from “Writing in the 21st Century” or to make a more original claim. Your main claim should be
the last sentence of your introduction.
Then, each body paragraph should begin with a supporting claim that explores, explains, or
defends that main claim.
After carefully considering the rhetorical situation and your own motivation, write a 1000-1500 word op-ed essay. That is, given everything that you have read and
discussed, what do you want to say about writing constructs?
Please build the ideas off of the Yancey article and the shorter essay that I will upload, but you are free to explore other ideas.

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Summarize the status of these groups as explained in the readings.

The required readings are: Monishipouri, Human Rights in the Middle East, Part II, chapter 6 Chase, Routledge Handbook, Part I, chapter 8 After reading those chapter,   Themes, Questions and Independent Research Summarize the….

write about two of these stories that either (a) share a theme, which means that both stories essentially make the same point in their own ways or (b) share a topic, but have differing themes, which means they make different points about the same topic. 

In this journal entry, respond to the assignment/questions listed below. Your response should be cohesive (in paragraph form, not as a list). Use academic writing conventions, and proofread before submitting…..

How do you define privacy?

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