If you are assigned to write an argumentative paper, you are probably confused by the meaning and purpose of such an assignment. No wonder, as long as this kind of paper is one of the most difficult writing assignments to complete. At the same time, the ability to organize, structure and write appropriately your argumentative paper is quite a useful and necessary skill for everybody, since you will definitely use it in your further educational career. A strong and convincing argumentative paper should demonstrate a relevant and appropriate evidence, that serves for supporting the arguments provided in your paper and as a result, convinces the target audience in the rightness of that or another point of view.
"No author, who comprehends the just restrictions of decorum and good-breeding, would presume to believe all: the truest value that you pays to the reader's understanding, is to halve this matter amicably, and leave him something to assume in his convert as well as yourself" (Stern 9).
Reader-response criticism sorts the overall basis of the thesis, and Iser's theories are what it specifically depends on. This criticism would in many respects look like acting as a response to formalism, which concentrates on the materiality of the written text to the exclusion of the rest. Besides, it aims to react to New Critical bias against reader (Davis and Womak 53). Hence, its main concentration is on the work of reading itself, especially on the ways that reader respond to literary text. In fact, the target is to reestablish the neglected angle of the literary triangle reader-text- author.
The culture of the world is highly dynamic. The rapid change that is experienced has been related to many factors. To be able to grasp the extent to which graphical design influences the culture, it is important to understand what the term culture means. Culture can be studied to loosely mean just how of life for a particular group. However, there have been more detailed definitions of the term. This study seeks to offer an insight into how culture inter- relates with graphic design while mainly inclining on the impact of graphic design on culture.
The paper addresses this issue by first understanding the two variables; culture and graphic design, and then reviewing the many times when the culture has been influenced by graphical design. The analysis also touches briefly on the dependency of graphical design on the culture of people.