Purdue University Online Writing Lab (OWL) offers this sample Works Cited page. We will look at it online in class and also look at other sources on the site.
We are starting with the end in our exploration of transitioning into research essay writing, the Works Cited page. I like this approach because you get a tangible feel for how you are technically working the ideas of your sources into your own original ideas.
Purdue University’s Online Writing Lab (OWL) gives a good overview of how to approach proper citation for a research essay. Our textbook Writing for Success even refers readers to go to the regularly updated MLA information on Purdue OWL.
We will start here with:
Purdue OWL’s section on the “Argument Paper” includes this guideline for the refutation of the opposing view, which this site calls the “rebuttal section.” We will use this process the debate and think about how to effectively process the ideas that arose into writing.
This resource is an index to several resources about writing arguments available on Purdue OWL.
An opposing view on gentrification: This opinion piece by Lance Freeman suggests “myths” about gentrification.
“Five Myths about Gentrification” by Lance Freeman Washington Post