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Strength and weaknesses of Patrick Studart’s, “Framing of NAFTA.”
Journalism & Communication
Pages 2 (502 words)
NAFTA In the public sphere is an essay that attempts to discuss how NAFTA has been framed since its introduction by the administrators, the media and political blocks. NAFTA stands for North America Free Trade movement. …
This paper will, however, discuss the strengths and weaknesses of the essay the framing of NAFTA by Patrick Studart’s.
From the start of the essay, the writer seems to be sure of what he is researching on. The researcher clearly states the point of concern in the thesis sentence after the introductory paragraph, how NAFTA has been framed since its introduction. The researcher has carried out an extensive research on NAFTA, found out what it is all about and thus decided to carry out the research. The researcher gives a clear reason why this research is necessary stating that it will help in illegal process that was involved in the implementation of NAFTA, thus justifying the research (Taylor).
Through giving of the rationale, the researcher captures the reader’s attention, by stating a number of reasons. This helps in maintaining the reader attention to the main reason for the research. The main objectives come out clearly. For instance, the main objective is to find out how NAFTA has been framed from the onset. Through sighting of the advantages and disadvantages of the paper, the researcher gives more information on the topic of study. The importance of NAFTA is brought out thus educating the reader on issues they did not know. Issues that were not discussed in the introduction are brought out as the research proceeds.
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