Blood Doping: The Injury, The Shame, The Immorality JAMES CHON CCNY

This post was written by a student in Lynn Reid’s Writing for the Sciences class at the City College of New York. After researching a scientifically debatable topic and writing about it for an audience of academic peers, this assignment asks students to present a multi-modal argument of the same topic to a popular audience.

This is James Chon of CCNY. The purpose of this hybrid essay was to inform readers of the dangers and negative effects of blood doping. This includes the physical damage that can be sustained, the shame of being caught, as well as how doping effects other competitors.

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