In this article, Schindler provides us, the readers, with theories, practices, and geographical locations of barriers that support her main goal of persuading us to believe underlying racial barriers exist in urban settings and describing to us how they are used to exclude certain people. In this analysis, I am going to analyze the way in which she is able to use examples to persuade us as well as her citations and occasional contradicting arguments.
Schindler supports her goal of persuading us to believe racial barriers that exclude certain people exist through theories, practices, and geographical locations of barriers. Specific examples, citations, and contradicting arguments are used to convince us.
Prepositions: “locations of barriers” , “exist in urban settings” , “used to exclude” , “as well as her citations”
Linking verbs: “Schindler provides us” . “barriers that support her main goal” , “racial barriers exist in urban settings” , “I am going to analyze” , “She is able to use…”
Action verbs: “provides” , “support” , “persuading” , “believe” , “exist” , “describing” , “exclude” , “going” , “analyze” , “use”