Black People and Affirmative Action

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ENN103F/102/1/2013

Tutorial Letter ENN103F/102/1/2013
English for Academic Purposes

ENN103F

SEMESTER 1
Department of English Studies
Correction on First Semester Assignment One for March 2013

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DEAR STUDENTS OF ENN103F
Please be advised that Assignment One on the printed Tutorial Letter 101/3/2013 on pages 12 - 14 has a number of both typographical and numerical mistakes. This happened as a result of a number of factors: the initial assignment reading was too costly for the Department to commission in terms of copyright and had to be retracted at the last minute. The reading on "Affirmative Action: a losing battle?" was then included but with an almost impossible deadline, which resulted in the errors reflected therein. This is regrettable and we apologise for any inconvenience this might have cost you. The corrected version of the assignment is on page 3 and is attached to this TL and again on my UNISA for your convenience. The marks are out of 100 marks - 50 for Section A and 50 marks for Section B. NB: Please note that the due date has not changed in any way (4 March 2013).

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ENN103F/102

8.4.1. FIRST SEMESTER ASSIGNMENTS The purpose of this assignment is to teach you how to read an article and to critically engage in academic reading and reflecting on the material in an academic manner by answering the short paragraph questions provided as well as an essay. Assignment 01 will be marked fairly fully and sent back to you. Affirmative action: a losing battle? There are considerable reasons to suppose that this topic, which affects all citizens of South Africa, in particular, seems dated. In some instances it is a policy viewed with hostility as it is said to discriminate against sections of the population, yet in others it is seen as beneficial to women, black people and the disabled. Studies show that in many instances this form of historical redress has proven a hindrance to performance and makes the beneficiaries doubt...
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