Activity 7 Ethos And Comics Strips Arguments Reflection

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In class we discussed the differences between propositions of fact, value, and policy, and how to effectively incorporate each of these types of propositions into a persuasive argument. For this activity, you will analyze the cartoon Calvin and Hobbes in terms of the main argument of the comic strip and whether this argument reflects a proposition of fact, value, or policy. Refer to class notes from Unit 6 (Ethos & Source Credibility) as well as the Herrick (2011) reading from Unit 1 to help you complete this activity.

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Activity 7: Ethos and Comics Instructions: In class we discussed the differences between propositions of fact, value, and policy, and how to effectively incorporate each of these types of propositions into a persuasive argument. For this activity, you will analyze the cartoon Calvin and Hobbes in terms of the main argument of the comic strip and whether this argument reflects a proposition of fact, value, or policy. Refer to class notes from Unit 6 (Ethos & Source Credibility) as well as the Herrick (2011) reading from Unit 1 to help you complete this activity. For EACH of the three comic strips (A-C), respond to the following: 1. Summarize the main argument of the comic strip in one sentence. 2. Based on your answer to 1, is this argument a proposition of fact, value, or policy? How do you know this (defend your answer)? Additionally, answer the following general question about propositions of fact, value, and policy: 3. What is the importance of identifying whether an argument (either your own or a speaker’s) is a proposition of fact, value, or policy? On teaching: On relying on experts: On the First Amendment: This activity must be submitted to eCampus as either a text submission or an attached file no later than 11:59pm. ...
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Running Head: ETHOS AND COMICS

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Ethos and Comics
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ETHOS AND COMICS

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Ethos and Comics
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By and large, the comic strip underlines the importance of being knowledgea...

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