Distinguishing Between Voices-analysis on “Men and the Dogs

This assignment is on Distinguishing Between Voices.  Review your essay of analysis on “Men and the Dogs”.  Study your own writing to see how many perspectives your account for and how well distinguish your own voice from those you are summarizing.

Distinguishing Between Voices-analysis on “Men and the Dogs

Finally, Review your essay of analysis on “Men and the Dogs”.

Secondly, Study your own writing to see how many perspectives your account for and how well distinguish your own voice from those you are summarizing.

Consider the following questions:
A)           Firstly, How many perspectives do you engage? (This should include Junger’s the source material he uses, and your own)

B)            What other perspectives might you include? (As this is an essay of analysis and not research, you should limit your perspectives to those listed in the previous question).

C)            How do you distinguish between Junger’s views and the views of those sources he synthesizes?

D)           How do you distinguish your views from Junger’s? (In this essay, your view should be an evaluation on how well he synthesized his sources NOT whether you agree or disagree with the claims he makes).

E)            What options are available to you for clarifying who is saying what?

More details on Distinguishing Between Voices;

What makes a voice unique?
The sound of each individual’s voice is entirely unique not only because of the actual shape and size of an individual’s vocal cords but also due to the size and shape of the rest of that person’s body, especially the vocal tract, and the manner in which the speech sounds are habitually formed and articulated.
What are the 6 types of voices?

In the operatic systems there are six basic voice types and then several sub-types within each type.
Lastly, For women: soprano, mezzo-soprano, and contralto.
Finally, For men: tenor, baritone, and bass. Within choral music there are only four categories for adult singers.