The paper I wrote for a college class
by, 08.16.2008 at 11.03 AM (1034 Views)
I will be starting a series of blog posts about a paper I wrote for a class in college. Having mentioned it in a couple of threads, it was recommended by CyberGal that I put this into a blog, and I thought it was a great idea. I will be breaking this up into a few posts, as the entire paper when changed over to single spacing (had to double space for school), still takes up 5 pages. First, let me start off by saying that this paper was written for a college class, hence it is written with John Q. Public in mind, and targeted towards that audience. Please keep that in mind as you read. My instructor for the class (Critical Thinking) was a writer herself. I received an 'A' on this paper (118/120). At the end of each post, I will list the sources used for the information in each post. The basic theme of the paper relates to public perception of truck drivers, and things that the public needs to be made aware of regarding sharing the road with the big trucks. The full title of the paper is: "War on the Roads: An Evaluation of Public Perception And Media Portrayal of Crashes Between Passenger Cars and Tractor-Trailers".