Advocacy and Argument
Advocacy and Argument COM 204
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TRUE FALSE QUESTIONS 1 In policy argumentation the part of the advocate s burden of proof is to present the details which explain exactly how the policy change is to occur Arguments exist all around us in everyday communication Argumentation is a form of instrumental communication Argumentation relies on reasoning and proof to influence behavior Propositions should be phrased as a single statement containing one central idea about the object of change and the direction of change MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 6 llBy education I mean the publicly financed school system including grades kindergarten through twelve is a definition by 9159quot A example B synonym C function D negation 7 The goal ofargumentation is to A Study rhetorical theory B Sell goods and services C Change belief or behavior D Get a candidate elected 8 What contemporary researchers term credibility Aristotle termed A Logos B Ethos C Pathos 9 The term should most commonly appears in propositions of A fact B value C policy D definition 10 Protecting the welfare of the American farmer is more important than balancing the Federal budgetquot is an example of a proposition of A fact B value C policy D definition 11 At which of the following would you be most likely to hear a persuasive speech on a question of fact A a church service B a jury trial C an awards ceremony D a political convention 12 The benefit of presumption is granted to A The advocate B The opponent C The audience D All of the above 13 In arguing that there is a reason for change in policy which of the following is NOT part of the advocate s burden of proof A Presenting disadvantages of the proposed policy B Quantifying the nature of the problem C Characterizing the consequences of the problem D Establishing that the problem is inherent 14 A statement that urges an action to be taken or discontinued is a proposition A fact B value C policy D definition 15 Nike sells shoes through pictures showing Micheal Jordan flying through the air and scoring a basket This commercial primarily uses as its persuasive proof A evidence B ethos C pathos D logos