Please follow the instruction below.
Use this link to find journal article in Health Science or Occupational Health and Safety field. https://library.csus.edu
Please provide Title and Author name.
Background: Evaluating rhetorical choices found in journal articles is a great way to think critically about choices you can make as an undergraduate writer in the disciplines. To complete this process, you must pay careful attention to choices an article’s author has made; evaluate whether important choices from the article are effective for the article’s rhetorical situation; decide whether choices you’ve noticed while reading are appropriate for your own writing tasks. This assignment takes you through this process, asking you first to evaluate whether choices you have found in a journal article are effective for the article’s rhetorical situation and then to predict whether those choices may be appropriate for undergraduate writing situations in your field.
Prompt: How effective is a recurring rhetorical choice found in a journal article in your discipline? Would that choice be appropriate for undergraduate writing situations in that discipline? Identify a recurring rhetorical choice found in a journal article from your field, evaluate whether that choice is effective for the article’s purpose, audience, or genre, and then predict whether the choice would be appropriate for a purpose, audience, or genre that you expect to encounter as an undergraduate writer in your field.
- Introduce the article that your paper will analyze
- Identify a recurring choice that the article’s author has made with structure, references, language, other elements
- Evaluate whether that choice is effective for the text’s rhetorical situation (purpose, audience, and/or genre)
- Explain each point of evaluation in a separate supporting paragraph
- Quote, paraphrase, and/or describe the text to provide evidence for each supporting paragraph
- Predict whether the rhetorical choice being analyzed would be appropriate for a specific purpose, audience, or genre that you may encounter during future undergraduate writing
- Include in-text citations and a references page using an appropriate citation style
- Locate a journal article from a discipline related to your undergraduate plans or intended writing intensive course
- Analyze the article’s rhetorical situation as well as its choices with structure, reference, language, and other convention categories
- Select a recurring choice that seems important to the article
- Write a rough draft that evaluates that choice
- Revise your draft based on feedback from peers and the instructor