Develop a thesis statement about the Mortgage Crisis (US Economy) and put your writing strategies for developing a thesis, use the pre-writing strategies such as mind mapping, brain storming, and free writing to develop and refine your thesis statement. Describe your method of developing the thesis statement. At the end of your description on your pre-writing strategies, write your thesis statement.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 17, 2018, 12:30 am ad1c9bdddf
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Below are my answers.
Anna Liza Gaspar
NOTE: I used the free writing strategy in developing the thesis statement.
The mortgage crisis that believed to have started sometime in 2007 was one that is a long time coming and was an inevitable result of the blatant disregard for ethical and responsible behaviors in the finance industry in the United States and even in the rest of the world. It is but a product of what we have become and what we have allowed come pass in how we, specifically banks and other financial institutions do business.
For the past few decades it ...
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Discussing the Economic Crisis of 2008
- Use the internet to locate articles discussing the economic crisis of 2008.
- Find one article that you would like to read.
- Skim the article.
- Read the entire article, highlighting topic sentences.
- Identify the author's thesis.
Write a summary and response, beginning your post with the author's name and title of the article. Identify the type of article (i.e., information, feature, opinion). Who is his or her primary audience? In the first paragraph, objectively summarize the author's thesis, purpose statement, or controlling idea. What is the main idea?
You may respond to the entire article, or you may concentrate on one or two points. Your response should be based on analysis, reasons, and evidence, not your feelings and opinion. Write with authority and avoid statements, such as "In my opinion," I think," I feel," and "I believe." Be honest in acknowledging your own bias; compare and contrast your opinions with the author's. Avoid biased language or attacks on the author. In your conclusion, sum up the main points. Explain how this article agrees or disagrees with your thesis statement. Use in-text citations (in APA format) to document paraphrased and quoted materials.View Full Posting Details