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Steve Macone’s “What I learned from getting knocked around”
Journalism & Communication
Pages 4 (1004 words)
Among the key indicators of an entertaining and captivating piece of literature is its ability to marry the various participants involved in the piece such as the audience, the author, the persona the ethos and most of all the subject or thesis.
This provides an edge to the reader on how to filter out a misunderstanding or conflict into objective elements otherwise referred to as the static. Reducing a conflict into bits of a puzzle allows the parties understand it more and construct a conclusion from such a conflict. As such it requires the reader to ask themselves exactly what the arguments are and how the arguments are put together in the conflict. Thesis Steve Macone’s piece “What I learned from getting knocked around” alludes heavily to his profile history and background. The subject and thesis is curved from an almost too popular topic of football a game that is not just a national sport but a source of entertainment for many across the globe. It is a symbol for society and common uniting factor for most audiences. This makes it an even broader thesis and serves to offer a wide background for the interplay of conflict and the presentation of ideas. He presents the subject with a resounding naivity and allows the piece to grow the subject from ground zero letting us through a trip into the world of football. The subject is discussed in the simplicity of the occurrence of the events from a naive and unfamiliar perspective leaving out the specific expert details and rules. ...
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