The work has not been graded but I like the output that was submitted to me. Is it possible for the same prof to do the next assignment I will be submitting? If possible, I will greatly appreciate it.
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Critical Evaluation of ‘A Woman’s Civil Right’ by Betty Friedan, Chicago (1969)
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Essay (any type)
English and Literature
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write an essay critically evaluating the piece from two perspectives: 1. The quality of the piece as a professional communication in terms of audience appeal, persuasiveness, research, brevity and concise writing, message delivery, call to action, language and tone. 2. Assess the public value of the piece. What overall good or bad contribution to public life could or would this piece of public writing make? Locate your argument within the unit theoretical framework and reference.
Critical Evaluation of ‘A Woman’s Civil Right’ By Betty Friedan, Chicago (1969)NameInstructor Feminism was an important issue during the 1960s. The women felt the men wereobjectifying them and a…
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