Criteria For Academic Writing
Almost every genre of academic paper requires argumentation, since the goal of any work is to convince the reader that what the author is saying is interesting and important. This requires the development of appropriate strategies so that the author can effectively convey his ideas and take into account the views and expectations of the readers. Argumentative skills help one develop and organize ideas, evaluate the persuasiveness of viewpoints, maintain logical consistency, and present one's point clearly and effectively—all of these skills are extremely valuable for any genre of academic writing.
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