introduce the writer, state the title of the essay, briefly give basic information about the author (not more than a sentence — see bio of Kelly on first page of his essay in the PDF), and give a brief summary statement of Kelly’s essay (one sentence).

– In the first paragraph (introduction), introduce the writer, state the title of the essay, briefly give basic information about the author (not more than a sentence — see bio of Kelly on first page of his essay in the PDF), and give a brief summary statement of Kelly’s essay (one sentence).  At this point you will not include a statement of your own thesis (or “I say”).  Note: Kevin Kelly identifies as a man (he, his, him).

– In the second paragraph, give a more developed summary of Kelly’s essay, making sure that you inhabit the worldview of the author (play the “believing game”).  Use at least 3 verbs from the list on pages 40-41 and highlight them (bold) in your text.  Make sure you are using those verbs correctly; when in doubt, always use a dictionary.  Make sure you quote correctly and appropriately.  Make sure you review “Overview of Major Writing Project 1” to make sure you’re including everything you need in your summary.

 

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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?

1. Does a person in need of an organ transplant have a moral right to obtain that transplant, supposing the availability of the needed organ? How should we choose who….