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"In CO300 Writing Arguments, students explore the rhetorical contexts of academic and public argument by both analyzing and writing a variety of argumentative texts. Sophisticated understanding of rhetoric and argument is grounded through critical reading of articles about key issues in rhetoric including articles on revision, stases for argument, Toulmin analysis, Rogerian and mediated argument, and visual and new media argumentation."