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Students often arrive at college with strict lists of writing rules in mind. Often these are rather strict lists of absolutes, including rules both stated and unstated:
Each essay should have exactly five paragraphs.
Don’t begin a sentence with ‘and’ or ‘because.’
Never include personal opinion.
Never use ‘I’ in essays.
We get these ideas primarily from teachers and other students. Often these ideas are derived from good advice but have been turned into unnecessarily strict rules in our minds. The problem is that overly strict rules about writing can prevent us, as writers, from being flexible enough to learn to adapt to the writing styles of different fields, ranging from the sciences to the humanities, and different kinds of writing projects, ranging from reviews to research.
So when it suits your purpose as a scholar, you will probably need to break some of the old rules, particularly the rules that prohibit first person pronouns and personal experience. Although there are certainly some instructors who think that these rules should be followed (so it is a good idea to ask directly), many instructors in all kinds of fields are finding reason to depart from these rules. Avoiding “I” can lead to awkwardness and vagueness, whereas using it in your writing can improve style and clarity. Using personal experience, when relevant, can add concreteness and even authority to writing that might otherwise be vague and impersonal.
Because college writing situations vary widely in terms of stylistic conventions, tone, audience, and purpose, the trick is deciphering the conventions of your writing context and determining how your purpose and audience affect the way you write. The rest of this handout is devoted to strategies for figuring out when to use “I” and personal experience.http://220.127.116.11/search/srpcache?ei=UTF-8&p=What+issues+arise+with+the+use+of+I+in+an+academic+essay&fr=ytff1-msgr&u=http://cc.bingj.com/cache.aspx?q=What+issues+arise+with+the+use+of+I+in+an+academic+essay&d=4698652444002676&mkt=en-US&setlang=en-US&w=cQRt1LYRfoxYs3fj2GXEd89qTtI8J6ht&icp=1&.intl=us&sig=SCZIv5o.5Vw7zS2yyTWHXQ-
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Human Agency is the core to the notion of "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness" in the Declaration of Independence.