In his short essay, â€œHow to Write a Literary Journalistic Essay,â€ Dave Hood provides a number of tips for people (like you) who are going to be writing a work of Literary Journalism. Describe some of the tips he gives that are seen in Rachel Kaadzi Ghansahâ€™s â€œA Most American Terrorist.â€ That is, what makes Gaansahâ€™s essay an exemplary work of literary journalism?
In the lecture next week, I mentioned that Ghansahâ€™s essay attempts to find the reason/s behind the evil actions of Dylann Roof. In your own words, what are the answers that Ghansah comes up with? Do you find them convincing?
Many believe that adolescence is a period of heightened emotional and psychological agitation. G. Stanley Hall coined the term Storm and Stress when describing this perceived phenomenon. J.J. Arnett responded to this view in his article Storm and Stress Reconsidered (1999). Please write an essay, reviewing both G Stanley Hall’s position, as well as J.J. Arnett’s position on the topic. Your essay will include a history of the storm and stress view, an examination of 3 key aspects of this view, the role that individual differences and cultural variations and globalization play in storm and stress. Finally, you will end with your personal conclusion WITH SUPPORT from either Hall or Arnett.
Please follow the directions below as you build your essay.