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Learning Goal: I’m working on a writing discussion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.In your own (about 100) words, tell the story of Beating the Erasers. Be sure to clearly describe the two different versions of reality in the story. (Trigger Warning: Beating the Erasers addresses sexual harassment. If this is difficult for you to address in your work here, you may instead analyze the article Being Sane in Insane Places, by David Rosenhan, using the Five Features of Reality.)
In a second paragraph of about 200-300 words, explain the Five Features of Reality.
The Five Features of Reality, as detailed in Mehan & Wood’s article of the same name, are reflexivity, coherence, dependence on interaction, fragility, and permeability. Use that article (quote and reference it!), as well as this week’s lecture on the article (which should clear things up a lot), to explain the meaning of each of those features.
Write a third paragraph of about 200-300 words using those five features to analyze BOTH versions of reality in Beating the Erasers.What is the incorrigible proposition of each side? How is it reflexively supported?
How is the coherence of each version of reality maintained?
What is the role of interaction in creating and maintaining each side’s version of reality?
Why would you say that each side’s “reality” is fragile?
Discuss feature 5, permeability, ONLY for the side that believes Noel Evans is a nurturing and fatherly figure, and could never be threatening or behave in a sexually inappropriate fashion. How is that belief permeated in this story? Be sure to discuss the 3 criteria for permeability: no place to escape, no time to escape, and no one to provide counterevidence.
Beating the Erasers link
Requirements: each party fully | .doc file
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