For Essay 2, take up the thesis statement and ideas that you began exploring in Essay 1 and revise them using academic articles provided for you through the library. You will have to navigate the databases you were introduced to in Essay 1 in order to locate those research articles. Those articles are:
Located in the JSTOR database: Peter Lang’s “#time, #truth, #tradition. An image-text relationship on Instagram: photo and hashtag” (2016)
Located in the Academic Search Complete database: Tony Walter’s “Communication media and the dead: from the Stone Age to Facebook” (2015)
Located in the Academic Search Complete database: Ian Glenn’s “Begging, borrowing, stealing: The context for media plagiarism in twenty-first century South Africa” (2006).
Located in the Business Source Premier database: Hamilton et. al’s “Mythbusting Medical Writing: Goodbye, Ghosts! Hello, Help!” (2016)
Read through the Abstracts for each of these articles and determine two of them that seem to be in conversation with the ideas that you began expressing in Essay 1. As our textbook reminds us, “…all academic writing is part of a larger conversation, [and] you are in a way adding your own voice to that conversation” (4). Those conversations are also rooted in various fields of study, and each of those fields have their own expectations for writing. Looking through these research articles and writing through your ideas will require that you become familiar with conventions relevant to specific fields of study.
To complete this essay, follow these guidelines:
Locate and integrate two of the pre-selected research articles to extend and/or complicate your previous thesis statement.
Use MLA format to develop a 750-1000 word essay that substantially and holistically revises your perspective of Literacy from Essay 1 using those research articles.
Repurpose examples and primary sources from Essay 1 to support your newly revised claims.
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