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_--_. - - - - - -..... ) CAUSE-EFFECT DEVELOPMENT: FOCUS ON CAUSE .. __ _ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - .. --- Mo•• Paragraph Why is it that American working women complain about job discrimination? Statistics suggest that there is a basis for their grievances. S. Department of Labor, nearly 40 percent of all women of working age are in the labor force. Although the median education ,0( all women is higher than that of their male counterparts, women are highly concentrated in underpaid and menial jobs: 7S percent of all clelical workers are women; SS percent of all service workers are women; 21 percent of all factory workers are women.

The committee members review the recommendations; they are instructed that no consideration be given to the candidates' nationalities. es are based on the model paragraph dealmg WIth the Nobel Prize. Rewnte each of the sentences in two different ways, using the words or phrases indicated. Refer to the charts as often as necessary. Pay attention to punctuation. In the case of participial phrases, make sure that the subject of the sentence is the same as the implied subject of the participial phrase.

Circle them, draw lines to connect them, and label them clearly in the margins. ) ) ) d 1 t 78 t e. t » t t ,t ;, t PROCESS AND CHRONOLOGY PROCESS AND CHRONOLOGY £. Originating from the branch of philosophy called epistemology. what we now know as the scientific method provides guidelines for the systematic acquisition ofknowledge. On the basis of these data, a hypothesis is proposed to explain them. Questions 1. Which words are repeated in the paragraph? _. _ 2. )? - -. _-. t: J;' 3. F it t t J 79 4.

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