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Week 2 DQ 1 Argumentative Strategies.docx

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Date Created: 11/13/15
In research writing what exactly do we mean by argument Do we mean taking an extreme position and standing our ground whether or not the facts support our position Or do we mean instead convincing our audience by taking a reasonable stance on an issue and supporting our position with appropriate evidence Define and eXplain the difference using examples This section lists options that can be used to View responses Collapse All Print View aiShow Options Responses are listed below in the following order response author and the date and time the response is posted E Sort vaesoonse a Sort byAuthor Sort b 39 it E ProfessorwrighLE 1112014101457AM The answer to the above question seems obvious Are you more swayed by emotion or by facts Eli PP 7 W Samantha Lyne g 1122014 43001 PM I am more prone to being convinced by facts then I am emotions I am not saying that emotions do not effect me but if there are proven known facts then that is what is more likely to sway me I am everyone is swayed by a little of both but you cannot argue with the facts If it is a situation where there are little facts then I do tend to let emotions be the judge of mostly everything RE 393 Melissa Pommerening El I love spouting facts not to say I39m not emotional at times but I would rather present facts than let my emotions get the best of me My fiancee hates this haha because when something upsets us I shut down and let my brain process everything before speaking whereas he likes to talk it out immediatelyhe is my emotional balance I just believe it provides a better argument when facts and specific points are given instead of just emotionally speaking til Melissa ProfessorwrjghLEEI 1132014 75922 PM You sound like me RE m E Melissa Pommerening E 4 11 You understand how annoyed people will get then 395 E Melissa Professor Wright E 1152014124801 PM Yes emotional peoplez E Jason AcevedoEEI


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