Week 3 DQ 2 Preparing the Research Proposal.docx
Week 3 DQ 2 Preparing the Research Proposal.docx PRG211
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Preparing the Research Proposal (graded) How important is it to be personally invested in an idea? Can you sell an idea that you have no stake in? Why or why not? Using one of the resources from the Course Readings, provide an example of an author who is communicating in a way that tells a reader that the author is credible and is a trustworthy source. This section lists options that can be used to view responses. Collapse All Print View Show Options Responses Responses are listed below in the following order: response, author and the date and time the response is posted. Sort byResponse Sort byAuthor Sort byDate/Time* All: Professor Wright 1/18/2014 9:09:57 AM Interesting question above. What do you think? RE: 1/21/2014 3:32:03 PM All: Stephanie Colvard I think is very important to be invested in an ideal if you are trying to persuade someone of the ideal. By being invested you can explain with knowledge in every angle. Not saying that you can't sell an ideal if you don't have stake in it, because all it take is a great communicator who is able to connect with his/her audience. But with that said I think an vested ideal always identify the fact with reasoning. The author I have chosen is Maggie McGrath, throughout the reading of her article she shows great knowledge and research. I feel I can trust what she have put in the article, because she express the facts with numbers, and findings. RE: Steven Wechsler 1/22/2014 3:58:18 PM All: I have to believe that you diffidently have to have a stake in anything you want to sell or persuade someone. If you are passionate about the subject it will come across much better if you believe in what you are saying or talking about. The law is a good example of this, If you are the defending lawyer. You job is to provide the best defense possible not matter how you feel about the client, but if you believe in his innocence. It would be much easier to present his case, because the lawyer would be all the more passionate about his client and the case. RE: All: Joseph Ford 1/22/2014 5:32:46 PM I feel that being personally invested in an idea brings more passion to the subject from your aspect of things. Though I feel that is not necessary to be invested in an idea to be able to have a persuasive argument, I do feel that the passion leads to deeper research on the strong points of what you are arguing, and facts seem to be more persuasive to most people than having no facts to back up what you are talking about. RE: Anthony Thornberry 1/22/2014 9:49:17 PM All:
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