Overview By applying genres to your writing, you shape your audience’s situation


Overview
By applying genres to your writing, you
shape your audience’s situation. Begin by reading these two articles.
·
“Are Doctors Biased?” (Links to an external site.)
·
“Conscious Decision-Making:
Become Aware of Your Inner Storyteller” (Links to an external
site.)
Both articles address biases. Select
one of the writing styles discussed in the learning resources for this module
to complete this activity.
Note: If
you need a complete list of writing styles, then go to the Module 2 reading
section and refer to Unit 4: Reading: Synthesizing Diverse
Perspectives.
Citations
·
Satel, S., & Klick, J. (2006, April). Are doctors
biased? Policy Review, 136, 41.
https://link.gale.com/apps/doc/A145781324/GCCO?u=tihsho_b&sid=GCCO&xid=747c0163
·
Henderson, K. (2020, October). Conscious decision-Making:
Become aware of your inner storyteller. Government Finance Review,
36(5), 40.
https://link.gale.com/apps/doc/A638880031/GCCO?u=tihsho_b&sid=GCCO&xid=c6b4e607
Activity
·
Write a paper stating (synthesis) your opinion on biases
using these two articles.
·
Include answers to the following questions:
o
How are biases depicted in the articles?
o
Identify the biases within the articles.
o
How are biases being seen in the healthcare industry?
Include one resource to support your answer.
·
This assignment should be 1–2 double-spaced pages in
length and in APA (7th ed.) format. This does not include the title or
reference pages.
·
Be sure to cite your resources. It is recommended
that you utilize the LIRN Library when conducting research for this activity.
You can access the LIRN Library in your Canvas navigation bar.
·
Allow yourself time for revising and editing. Your paper
should demonstrate only minor spelling, grammar, and punctuation errors.


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