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The text deals with the effect divorce on children the writer has harsh take on the issue at hand is position is against divorce his position is very clear although the reason for the writer point of view are understandable they are not clear this is because the writer fails to provide evidence for his point of view.

The first two paragraph are well write because the writer manager to include citation from credible reference the structure and the logical order of the argument however falls apart after the third paragraph from the third paragraph on words the structure of the text, the argument and the evidence to back it up are not credible enough. The writer fails make use of other people research and thus the argument because weak as the text progress. Even when he mention other people view he fails to evaluate the view and also fails to provide view that contract his own point of view.

In paragraph four, the write include a lot of nor essential descriptive writing apart from emotive references technical term seem to be missing for example “Along with the confusion of where is daddy” there are no contradiction between reasons and conclusion. The writer beliefs and self interest do unfairly distort argument he try to form his own example which make the writer seem every much, for example the fifth paragraph he write the father has watched over the family unit he is big ,strong and protect too which in my view is not convince argument. The writer also fail to provide a proper reference list in paragraph line for insight “(martin 2003) but fails to provide reference at the numbering in the reference list. The way he has reference internet source is incorrect there is a way he could has done it he has reference one citation and not the…...

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