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What is water used for?

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This assignment requires that you have read Chapter 10 of Writing for success (“Compare and
Contrast”), Chapter 11.4 on sources (and perhaps visited Google for an answer to: “What makes a
source ‘good’ for a college research paper?”), as well as the MLA section of Chapter 13 and the MLA
section of the Purdue OWL online (Google it).
Imagine that some friend of yours, struck by the various disasters that have been happening recently,
asks the following question, “I wonder how much water a person would need to have on hand, at
minimum, per day to survive in case utilities failed because of some catastrophic weather event?” (Now
imagine that some mad English professor made you go out and research the answer and write about it .
. .)
For this assignment, you will compare/contrast/critique three authoritative sources that answer the
above question. You may include other sources that supply information of various other sorts related
to this topic, but the central three must deal with the main question(s), above—How much? (and to a
lesser extent “For what?”).
Note: comparing and contrasting does not mean simply listing what a source says and leaving it at that
(i.e. “Source A says X. Source B says Y, and source C says Z.”) To effectively compare and contrast, the
writer must discuss, analyze, and explain—among other things.
Note: lump the compare-contrast on the central question of “how much” together. If one or more
sources speaks to other issues, create a separate section for those.
Consider what are called the Rhetorical Considerations, better known as the questions, “Who, What,
Where, When, Why, and How?”
In the end, you have to provide a recommendation to your friend—a single, concrete number—with a
justification based on your authoritative, primary sources.
Who? Anyone in an area that is liable to be disrupted by some kind of disaster, for starters, which
means everyone, everywhere, and everywhen.
What is water used for?
Why is it so important to a person’s health?
How long can a person go without water, and what happens? Perhaps also (but only as a short,
secondary afterthought at the end), consider how should it be stored.
How long can a person go in a state of dehydration (but with some water, just not enough) before
permanent damage occurs?
Others?
Do NOT confuse how much a person needs with some average of use that you may find online.

 

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