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Class notes, to-do lists, reminders, and journals are all written primarily for an audience of one: you. For that reason, they are often in shorthand, full of references and code that you alone understand. Other known, familiar audiences include anyone you actually know — friends, relatives, teachers, classmates — and whose needs and expectations you understand. You can also know what certain readers want and need, even if you’ve never met them personally, if you write for them within a specific shared context.
Scott Fitzgerald made his famous remark. — Paul Krugman, “For Richer” 3 handbook media/ design research mla/apa ◆ strategies processes genres ▲ rhetorical situations 7499_01_p1-4 7499_01_p1-4 12/2/08 4 11:17 AM Page 4 RHETORICAL SITUATIONS Krugman is reporting information here, outlining how top business executives’ pay has increased over the last thirty years. He is also making an argument, that their pay is far greater than it was not too long ago and that this difference between their income and the average worker’s resembles the disparity that characterized the United States right before the Great Depression.
How do you want them to see you? As a colleague sharing information? As a good student showing what you can do? As an advocate for a position? Often your stance is affected by your GENRE: for example, lab reports require an objective, unemotional stance that emphasizes the content and minimizes the writer’s own attitudes. Memoir, by comparison, allows you to reveal your feelings about your topic. Your stance is also affected by your PURPOSE, as the two letters about cars show. Your stance in a piece written to entertain will likely differ from the stance you’d adopt to persuade.