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STEP 1: REVIEW

Outlining is a big part of the writing process.

The key to any successful paper is outlining the topics you wish to discuss before you actually begin writing. Outlining will help construct and organize ideas in a sequential manner and thoughtful flow. Doing so allows you to pick relevant information or quotes from sources early on, giving writers steady foundation and groundwork when beginning the writing process. Most importantly, developing these ideas will help create your thesis.

Begin outlining with writing the question at the top of a page. If you do not have an explicit prompt, you may brainstorm what you will write about.

Next, think about which direction or argument you wish to pursue. How can you support this? What main points will you write about? How will you defend those ideas? Make bullet points for each topic you have, and the resources you can use to defend it.

After identifying the important aspects of your paper in a bulleted outline form, you will have a clear idea of your argument and tone, and are prepared to tackle your assignment.

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STEP 2: DEVELOP AN OUTLINE

Develop an outline for Essay 4. I do not have a handout for you. It is up to you how you want to set up the outline. Think about what will be most helpful to you as you organize your ideas.

Below are some sample outline structured. You are welcome to take from those/use those, but you do not have to.

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Mariam Ramzi English 124 Kim Lenox 8 May 2022 Topic: The Dangers of Silence Carroll, Seforosa. “Speaking Up! Speaking Out! Naming the silences.” Contemporary Feminist Theologies, 2021, pp. 9-20. Seforosa Carroll is a research fellow with the Contextual and Public Theology Research Centre and a Visiting Lecturer at the School of Theology (North Parramatta Campus), Charles Sturt University. The author, Carroll Seforosa, explores the role of Christian theology in exploiting feminism and feminist theory. Carrol talks about gender-based violence and its impact on society. She introduces the concept of Speaking Up and Speaking Out as a way to seek the freedom and liberation of all within the household. The book looks into ways to introduce new feminist theologies that counter the feminist challenges and critiques. It also talks about the imbalances of power and authority when it comes to race and gender. Contemporary Feminist Theologies should protect women against the challenges imposed on them by society. Gender-based violence is now protected by human rights laws. Doyle, Roddy. “Women, Violence, and Silence: Roddy Doyle’s The Woman Who Walked Into Doors.” Silence in Modern Irish Literature, 2017, pp. 122-132. Roddy is an Irish novelist, dramatist, and screenwriter. Roddy examines the interplay of voice and silence in his novel “The Woman Who Walked Into Doors.” The author exhibits the marital issues incorporating marital rape, domestic violence, and hushed-up abuses in society. She shows the world what women pass through in silence while married and uses it as a voice to stop the oppression. Society knows what women pass through in silence, but everybody keeps quiet about the abuses. Furthermore, it analyses how the structures of a patriarchal society silence the violence, marginalization, and exploitation of women. The author uses Ireland’s code of silence in the 1960s–1990s to exploit the topic. Doyle employs stylistic and narrative brilliance to portray female exploitation and domestic violence as political, ethical, and social issues in the novel. DUAN, Jinyun, and Caiyun Huang. “The Mechanism of Employee’s Sense of Power on Speaking-up: A Power Cognition Perspective.” Acta Psychologica Sinica, vol. 45, no. 2, 2013, pp. 217-230. DUAN, Jinyun, and Caiyun Huang use their book, “The Mechanism of Employee’s Sense of Power on Speaking-up: A Power Cognition Perspective” to express authoritarian leadership and employee silence in the Chinese setting. They show the importance of employees’ voices in shaping the progress of an organization. Furthermore, it expounds that allowing employees to speak up is beneficial to the practice of management and recruitment of civil servants. The book exploits the liaison between employees’ sense of power and speaking-up behavior. It shows that when an organization improves the employee’s sense of power, the probability of speaking-up behavior increases. The increase in speaking up behavior improves employees’ psychological availability and cognitive flexibility. The Chinese duo shows explicit work on the employee’s sense of power in speaking up and opens the organization’s eyes to its importance. Hamilton, Michael. “Freedom of Speech in International Law.” The Oxford Handbook of Freedom of Speech, 2021, pp. 192-212. Hamilton tries to explain the right to express an opinion or disseminate ideas as stated in the International Law. According to International Law, “The rights contained under article 19 of the ICCPR comprise three core tenets: the right to hold opinions without interference (freedom of opinion); the right to seek and receive information (access to information); and the right to impart information (freedom of expression).” The author investigates journalists’ perspectives regarding the media laws Articles. He explains to the journalists their rights when it comes to what they should cover and convey in the media. Journalists have been victims of violence, especially from powerful politicians who dictate their freedom of speech. The author gives the journalists a clear depiction of their freedom of speech according to International Law. Moreover, people should know that silence results in negative activities like violence in society. Kramer, Matthew H. “Hatred, Dignity, and Freedom of Expression.” Freedom of Expression as Self-Restraint, 2021, pp. 244-295. Kramer, Matthew H is an American philosopher, currently Professor of Legal and Political Philosophy at the University of Cambridge. Mathew exploits the components of freedom of expression. The book explores the principle of expression in every system of governance around the world. It pronounces that, “a system of governance in any society can legitimately prohibit various modes of communication but cannot ever legitimately prohibit them qua modes of communication.” The book says that compliance by a system of governance with the principle of freedom of expression is essential to the accomplishment of that overriding obligation. The author also expounds on feminism and advocates for the banning of hateful beliefs. It also talks proclaims that even though hatemongering and pornography are not good for the public eye, they are protected by the principle of freedom of expression. Work Cited Carroll, Seforosa. “Speaking Up! Speaking Out! Naming the silences.” Contemporary Feminist Theologies, 2021, pp. 9-20. Doyle, Roddy. “Women, Violence, and Silence: Roddy Doyle’s The Woman Who Walked Into Doors.” Silence in Modern Irish Literature, 2017, pp. 122-132. DUAN, Jinyun, and Caiyun Huang. “The Mechanism of Employee’s Sense of Power on Speaking-up: A Power Cognition Perspective.” Acta Psychologica Sinica, vol. 45, no. 2, 2013, pp. 217-230. Hamilton, Michael. “Freedom of Speech in International Law.” The Oxford Handbook of Freedom of Speech, 2021, pp. 192-212. Kramer, Matthew H. “Hatred, Dignity, and Freedom of Expression.” Freedom of Expression as Self-Restraint, 2021, pp. 244-295.\

This was my teacher responed Nice work collecting possible research for Essay 4 here. I hope these sources are helpful in allowing you to present strong evidence in your paper, which then builds up your logos and your ethos. Keep in mind that the prompt asked for 10 sources.

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