What do you agree or disagree with in the texts?

Published by Jeannie R. Ferrell

Dec 8, 2022


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The current phenomenon of big data has created big buzz and big business. It’s now possible for almost any action in our lives to be translated into digital data points for multiple applications, including tracking college students like you from entrance through graduation. What particular ethical considerations, responsibilities, and consequences do university administrators face as they gather and use (your) big data on college campuses?
“Big Data on Campus” – Marc Parry http://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/22/education/edlife/colleges-awakening-to-the-opportunities-of-data-mining.html
“Ethics, Big Data, and Analytics: A Model for Application” – James E. Willis III, John P. Campbell, and Matthew D. Pistilli
Elements of the Analysis/Synthesis
Use the strategies in Chapter 5 and 6 of the GUIDE text as well as Chapter to draft this essay. Follow the outline below in determining how to organize your essay.
Purpose statement to include synthesis question (what is the purpose of this paper?)
Introduces the two texts (title, author).
Provides a thesis statement in terms of your analysis/synthesis (make a claim based on the synthesis question posed).
Tell your reader what you intend to talk about (but don’t “announce” instead just write directly concerning the topic).
Summary of each Text
Provide a summary of each text separately.
Include the major points of the article and the author’s claim (thesis).
Analysis of both Texts
Analyze both texts together in terms of characteristics such as: notice & focus, the method, rhetorical appeals, similarities, and differences.
Synthesis Section
Synthesize the points discussed in the summary and analysis sections and make connections with your own claim (thesis).
What do you agree or disagree with in the texts?
Do you find one author’s perspective more valid, accurate, or useful than the other? If so, explain why?
How have these texts changed your perception about the issue?
Related to the synthesis question, what new or significant questions do these texts raise for you?
What do you now see as the main controversies?
How would you position yourself in the conversation of these texts?
Recaps the main points from your paper and pulls together your insights.
Leaves the reader with a clear understanding of your stance toward the subject matter based on your thesis statement.
New page titled Works Cited
Gives the formal citation for the television ads in MLA format.
You can find models for MLA citations by consulting:The GUIDE text, Chapter 9, or
2) the Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL) https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/section/2/


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