Argue your position clearly, focusing on the body of evidence and rhetorical strategies from the assigned texts:

Writing Prompt: Two opinion articles published in the New York Times, Sherry Turkles Stop Googling, Lets Talk (2015) and Jane E. Brodys Hooked on Our Smartphones (2017), address peoples relationship to their smartphones. Though both authors have constructed their texts differently, Turkle and Brody are 1) writing essentially to the same audience AND 2) making similar arguments. While there are similarities in their rhetorical approaches, there are also some significant differences. In a well-organized and cohesive essay which integrates your analysis of BOTH texts, write a reasoned position on which text is more rhetorically effective in persuading and appealing to the intended audience. Your essay should include an introduction, as many body paragraphs as is necessary, and a conclusion that is organized and developed in direct response to the writing assignment. Your essay should clearly communicate your ideas with an attention to detail. Your essay should consider the body of evidence and rhetorical strategies that the writers use to persuade and appeal to their intended audience. Successful papers will:
1. Introduce the topic and provide brief summaries of the texts arguments;
2. Include a thesis statement that establishes your reasoned position on which text is more rhetorically effective in persuading and appealing to the intended audience;

a. Integrate evidence and examples from the texts through quoting and paraphrasing, using appropriate documentation;
b. Analyze these textual examples to support your position;
4. Conclude thoughtfully;
5. Cohesively structure your essay with effective transitions so that your reader does not get lost while reading;
6. Clearly communicate your ideas for an educated reader and be mostly free of grammatical errors.

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