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Tutor profile: Deonte E.

Deonte E.
Young professional with extensive experience in K-12 and higher education.

Questions

Subject: Writing

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Question:

In persuasive writing, is it more important to completely disprove the opposing view or to appeal to the opposing view while gradually introducing evidence to support your view?

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Answer:

Ultimately, persuading someone to change their minds on a topic requires much more that aggressively stating facts that undermine their perspective or opinion. It is much more effective to appeal to their point of view so that the listener is more receptive to the new information. Once that guard is let down, gradually introduce new lines of thinking or facts that push the listener to think critically on their own.

Subject: Literature

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What is a theme?

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Answer:

A theme is a central message or idea that can be applied to everyday life.

Subject: International Studies

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Question:

Realistically, can we hope achieve an international government capable of setting norms and enforcing laws across cultural and physical borders?

Deonte E.
Answer:

While adopting an international government may be possible, it may not be effective. To truly understand the implications of an international government, we must first analyze institutions like the United Nations. The primary issue with adopting an international government reaching a consensus on what system of government can adequately govern a conglomerate of culturally, socially, economically, and politically diverse states. Thus, I don't believe it possible in the near future.

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