By Stuart Greene, April Lidinsky
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For although I was a very good student, I was also a very bad student. I was a “scholarship boy,” a certain kind of scholarship boy. Always successful, I was always unconfident. Exhilarated by my progress. Sad. I became the prized student — anxious and eager to learn. Too eager, too anxious — an imitative and unoriginal pupil. My brother and two sisters enjoyed the advantages I did, and they grew to be as successful as I, but none of them ever seemed so anxious about their schooling. A second-grade student, I was the one who came home and corrected the “simple” grammatical mistakes of our parents.
To a certain extent, analysis involves breaking something down into its various parts and reflecting on how the parts do or don’t work together. For example, when you deliberate over your vote, you may consult one of those charts that newspapers often run around election time: A list of candidates appears across the top of the chart, and a list of issues appears on the side. You can scan the columns to see where each candidate stands on the issues, and you can scan the rows to see how the candidates compare on a particular issue.
Try to understand how people n have arrived at their feelings and beliefs. 4 Be flexible in your thinking about the ideas of others. Be willing n to exchange ideas and to revise your own opinions. A Practice Sequence: Joining an Academic Conversation The following excerpt is taken from Thomas Patterson’s The Vanishing Voter (2002), an examination of voter apathy. Read the excerpt and then complete the exercises that follow. Does a diminished appetite for voting affect the health of American politics?