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1)Whаt is аn аcademic citizen? (a) a teacher whо vоtes and prays fоr positive social change (b) a college student who takes the writing and research he or she has done in college and puts it to practical and civic use in his or her community in the hopes of contributing toward positive social change (c) a resident of a country who goes to college to create positive change for his or her family (d) a person who educates himself or herself at home and makes sure to vote at all presidential elections 2) Pressing a “like” button, changing a profile picture’s frame to support a cause, or signing an online petition are all examples of________________.(a) clicktivism (b) slacktivism (c) mouse-activism (d)passive activism 3)Can one tweet cause social change?(a)True (b) False 4)Using public writing to respond to the exigences of our current times can help us tap into networks that may advance a cause one step at a time.(a)True (b) False 5) For writing to have the potential of a public impact beyond our personal thoughts on the page, beyond our peers in the class or the teacher assigning a grade, we have to successfully engage with a public rhetorical situation for our writing, finding ways to connect with the efforts of broader publics and counterpublics. (a)True (b) False 6) Writing for a public rhetorical situation means________: (Circle all that apply) (a) planning ahead by choosing a timely and relevant public issue (b) anticipating the ways we will publish and circulate our writing to reach our target audience (c) defining the public audiences who can help effect change question 7) All the work you do as a student to research issues and write about them in persuasive ways has the potential to shape the world around you, but only if you circulate your writing to reach public audiences beyond your school.(a)True (b) False 8) Writing in his Prison Notebooks in the 1920s and ‘30s, Italian political theorist Antonio Gramsci argued that all people are _________, whether they become one through advanced schooling, social status, or life experience. If they become one through school, Gramsci believed that they will critically question the traditional structure of how knowledge is produced(a) doltish (b)intellectuals (c) bohemians (d) dunces 9) Building on some of the foundational ideas of Gramsci, Henry A. Giroux has written about the importance of __________making a commitment to address society’s problems.(a) families (b) churches (c) political parties (d) public universities and colleges 10) Ellen Cushman argues that these kinds of people that Gramsci and Giroux talk about should use their research to improve “under-served neighborhoods”.(a) True (b) False 11) In this essay, Holmes is encouraging you to _______ toward efforts to address social injustices in your community, state, or country. (a) withhold (b) benefit (c) contribute (d) deter 12) When organizing for public writing, Holmes recommends you choose an issue that meets the following criteria (circle all that apply): (a) public—in other words, it’s discussed and debated in the public realm or has implications for public audiences and communities (b) personally relevant—it should ideally be something that you care about or that interests you (c) timely—it’s relevant to this specific moment. (d) popular—it´s already being talked about 13) When preparing to do public writing, ___________is a valuable rhetorical tool; it involves a process of discovery that can help you figure out what to say or write. It is meant to be generative, i.e., it’s meant to help you generate lots of ideas that could be useful; however, you need to turn your judgment down to zero while using this tool. (a)constraining (b)exigence (c) audience finding (d) invention 14) This activity generates lots of ideas; it is called_____________. This involves choosing a local, public location—an actual, physical spot or site—where you can observe and write for a short amount of time—whether that’s with pen and paper or typing on your phone, tablet, or laptop. (a)rural writing (b)urban writing (c) writing on location (d) directed writing 15) Rhetorician Lloyd F. Bitzer argued that any rhetorical situation has three constituent parts: (a) an exigence, an audience, and a set of affordances. (b) an exigence, an audience, and a set of limitations. (c) an exigence, an audience, and a set of advantages. (d) an exigence, an audience, and a set of constraints. 16) ___________ is the sense of urgency that demands or invites a rhetorical response, whether that’s the delivery of a speech, the submission of a college essay, or the painting of a mural on the side of a building (a)invention (b)exigence (c)affordance (d)constraint 17) To help you find or situate your issue with this aforementioned sense of urgency, you might put yourself in the shoes of a skeptical reader and ask: why this issue? And, why now? (a) True (b) False 18) Holmes writes that a student in one of the civic writing courses she taught selected to research and write about a bill that would allow local governments to relocate monuments. He was able to situate that issue and frame it within current events news stories at the time that were related to the removal of confederate monuments; this helped him build urgency and establish timeliness for the issue, even though the bill did not explicitly mention confederate monuments. This is an example of…..__________: (a)invention (b)exigence (c)affordance (d)constraint 19) There’s really no such thing as the general public.(a) True (b) False 20) What kinds of evidence they may find convincing or how you might be rhetorically persuasive in your arguments is impacted by your selection of ________. (a)a generic mass of people (b) counterpublics (c) citizens (d) debaters (e) audience 21) Jürgen Habermas conceived of the public sphere as an idealized space accessible to all. Habermas examined how people in the 18th and early 19th centuries came together in places like Britain’s coffee houses and France’s salons to debate civic issues. This marked a shift from the typically personal or private conversations people had in their homes. While Habermas’s conception of the public sphere was foundational, his work has been criticized for being overly idealized. If you were not a White male with property, you were not able to participate in civic debates in the public sphere. (a) True (b) False 22) Nancy Fraser studied ___________; historically, these were public spheres that existed alongside the coffee houses and salons. These types of gatherings gave opportunities for women, the working class, and others without money or privilege and who were excluded from dominant public spheres to develop “alternative styles of political behavior and alternative norms of public speech”. (a)a generic mass of people (b) counterpublics (c) citizens (d) debaters (e) audience 23) Holmes, citing Weisser, declares that a common challenge student writers face with public writing is thinking of the public as ambiguous.(a) True (b) False 24) To locate strong publics for your writing, you must understand that there is a__________and then begin to narrow to the specific communities you will target as your audience. (a) scarcity of counterevidence (b) a plethora of exigences (c) plurality of publics (d) a reduction of audiences 25) When you are thinking of target audiences, you could consider demographic groups (e.g., age, gender identity or sexual orientation, race or ethnicity, geographic location, etc.), potential place of publication help define your audience like a social media platform or your school´s newspaper and the students who read it. (a) True (b) False 26) Successfully meeting the needs of your audience may result in changes to the style, structure, and tone of your writing compared to the kind of writing you typically submit for your college classes. (a) True (b) False 27) Most public writing genres should be concise, clear, and direct—free of jargon that would be unfamiliar to the audience. (a) True (b) False 28) Instead of MLA citations or a Works Cited list, public writing requires that you let your audiences know where you found your information by using attributive tags—identify sources by title, author, year of publication, and/or place of publication within your writing. (a) True (b) False 29) The following are some examples of public writing genres: (circle the ones that apply) meme infographic podcast editorial digital story newsletter map email photo essay blog website social media post business letter flyer/poster 30)Alex Reid notes in “Why Blog? Searching for Writing on the Web” that we should consider issues of “design and layout” as interrelated to “questions of content” when composing a blog post. (a) True (b) False Write your answers here: