CHRYSTIA FREELAND TED
CHRYSTIA FREELAND INTERVIEW.
Synthesis #1. At first, see this paper as an extended argument you make about a particular topic using secondary sources to
persuade your reader.
I really want you to explore a topic that interests you and motivates you to think critically and write persuasively. Do not simply
summarize a reading and claim that it is âright.â Instead, you must see connections between readings and extend the thinking
here in a way you see fit. Look at the world around you, think of topics you have thoughts about in this and other courses, and
also speculate about what would happen if you took the thinking of certain authors further in your desired direction. I only
require that your topic must deal in some way with Business and Economyâthe theme of our readings in the course thus far.
We will spend time in class brainstorming topics as well as looking at sample essays.
What is a Synthesis?
If anything confuses a student when writing an essay like this, it is the actual term âsynthesis.â Donât worry too much about this
termÍ¾ instead, see what you are doing as arguing a position with a variety of sources to help you. What you want to do in this
essay is show that you can both sustain a logical and persuasive argument, and control sources and their use to your
persuasive end. Try to make your secondary sources have a âdialogueâ with each other in terms of what they do and do not
agree on in relation to your argued positions. We will practice this in class. As a matter of fact, we have been practicing this
since the first week of class in discussion (Remember the Woolf and Gates essay discussionsâ¦?).
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