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Write a 150- to 200-word paragraph to explain how purpose, audience, tone, and content impact academic writing
Tiffany Carter
Writing about the purpose, audience, tone and the content brings an impact on the writing to be submitted effectively. I believe the purpose of a paragraph or the writing is why the writer originally had written the writing. The purpose leaves an impact on the writing because it is the main topic and for it to not be written and without the purpose there would be no need to write on the topic. Audience also impacts the writing because you have to develop a certain relationship with the audience and benefit the audience’s needs with in your writing of the topic. Knowing the audience’s background is one of the best things to look into when doing research for an audience you do not know that well and you want to make the audience relate to what is written about the topics content. The audience impacts the writing on how it is presented and you want to make sure your topic is clearly understandable to the audience. The audience’s attention is very important you would want to keep the writing interesting and relevant to the subject. Tone can make a very big impact on the writing because it serves as the writer’s attitude towards the written subject. Using a clear and firm tone can allow the audience to see the attitude of the writing. The tone impacts the writing because the writer would like to bring the correct mood to the audience and the subject or topic that is written about. Content impacts the writing also by keeping the audience attention with the appropriate content and by having the appropriate material for the audience to keep them interested. The audiences impact the content differently and it needs to be appropriate for all audiences’ differences. Purpose, audience, tone, and content all work with each other and should be used when…...

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