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by: Sedrick Wuckert

SemEthicsforPublicComm COM880

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This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Sedrick Wuckert on Wednesday September 23, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to COM880 at Drexel University taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 32 views. For similar materials see /class/212507/com880-drexel-university in Communication at Drexel University.

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Date Created: 09/23/15
Components of Argument Claim Grounds Quali er Warrant Backing Rebuttal What s your point What do you have to go on How sure are you How did you get from grounds to claim What supports your warrant Are there any exceptions to your claim Backing Relevant legal and constitutional statues provide for suffrage l Warrant All local taxpayers are normally entitled to vote at town meetings Beverly Dale is a local taxpayer So presumably Grounds Quali er Unless she is a noncitizen a minor a lunatic or other disquali ed person Beverly Dale is entitled to vote at town meetings Rebuttal Claim Western science has BaCkmg come to trust quanti able data 1 Quanti able data are persuasive Warrant The media have a Scienti c studies liberal bias by Gannett and by So presumably Media Research Quali er Center have Claim shown quantitative Unless these studies can evidence themselves be shown to G 39 d have a conservative bias roun s Rebuttal Contemporary society has come to Backing trust the opinions of those With special experience Testimony is trustworthy especially warrant when it counters their best interests Testimonies from S b1 The media does Bond Baker 0 presuma y not have a liberal Buchannon and Qualifier bias Kristo deny liberal bias Cla m Unless an equal number of equally competent observers say otherwise Rebuttal Grounds


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