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After you read the article “Student Hunger on Campus,” write a 50-100 word summary of the article (review pages 59-61 of your textbook if you need help summarizing). Then, you will analyze the article using the rhetorical analysis framework from “Chapter 2: Analyzing Rhetorical Situations” in your textbook. Your analysis should be at least 150 words long. Consider the following questions:
Author: Who is the author of this article? Does this author seem like a credible or trustworthy source, why or why not? What specific evidence from the text helps you determine if the author is credible?
Purpose: What is the author’s purpose in this article? What specific evidence from the text helps you determine the purpose?
Audience: Who is the audience for this article? What specific evidence from the text helps you determine who the intended audience is?
Genre: The genre of this text is an academic research article. What do you already know about the academic research article genre? What are the typical conventions of an academic research article (who typically writes this genre, why do people write in this genre, who is the audience for this genre, what content and language is typically expected in this genre?)? Does this article “fit” with what you know about academic research article?
Stance: What is the author’s stance on the article topic? What specific evidence from the text helps you determine the author’s stance?