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Wrt 105

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Week 2 readings. Double sided journal notes.
Studio 1: Academic Writing
V. Wilson
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writing, english




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Date Created: 09/13/16
Double Sided Journal - Compound Interest: "It takes money to make money." PP3. Bob Herbert, “Forcing College Students into Debt”  • How people set aside their lives in order to be able to pay for college. • The author used historical content. • The government used to help now they don’t. "back in the 1970s our government…” “…Now in reality the government no longer helps people pay for college”. • High schools are failing teaching financial literacy. PP4. Poor among plenty • "Invisible trough poverty”  • People are going to poverty because they are trying to keep up with this unrealistic lifestyle.  • Historical content: “5 years ago… now more than 7 hundred…" • Suburban poverty: typical american suburban house but people don’t own anything. • Use of Pathos by making it emotional and humble with the family medical case. • Rich people, why pay health insurance when you are Oprah? PP5. Is it now a crime to be poor? • Main thing that people go to jail is race and money. • How to decrease poverty: fund shelters and help people to get out of poverty.  • Where is that line on criminality? Stealing a piece of bread or sleeping on private property. PP6. A penny saved is a penny spent  • Our generation doesn’t think enough about saving money. • At the end: you actually can do small things to make a change financially.


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