Assignment 2, 1st draft
July 2, 2011
review time = 174 minutes
Cross-references + 48
In a peer review of this sort of essay, you will almost certainly want to refer to your previous and later notes. MS Word, and I presume all of the other leading word processing programs, make this very easy using the Cross-reference tools. In MS Word, the Cross-referencing menu is under “Insert” and can be conveniently opened as a resizable window listing all of your footnotes, ready for you to insert a cross-reference to them. I suggest you learn to use this very useful tool. To update all the cross-references before saving, select and press the “F9” key, at least in MS Word.
Also see note 48 below for a tip I find useful when reviewing.
Question to answer in an argumentative essay:
Propose and argue for one change suggested by your area of academic interest that would benefit your own or other countries.
“How about building the nuclear power plant in your house yard?” The most classic riposte on the proposal of building a nuclear power plant, first broached in 1966 (Patchimpattapong, 2010) , has lasted more than forty years in Thailand. Having obstructed the realization of the plant for almost half a century, the grievous concern over safety issue is warranted by the list of more than thirty nuclear power plant accidents since 1957, led by the most devastating Chernobyl. (Rogers, 2011) Given the situation of Thailand in twenty or thirty years ago, from the hindsight, the delay of the approval of nuclear power plant seems definitely sensible and correct. It is obvious that we have gone through many energy crises, such as oil crisis in 1980, without any severe lost, and the country remains fairly competitive internationally, as seen from the growth rate of GDP more than 8% from 1987 to 1995. (Bank of Thailand, 2011). However, in present situation, among the globally intense competition, under the incessant urge of economy expansion,... [continues]
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