Week 6: Individual Work

Jun 20th, 2014
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Question description

  1. After reviewing pages 454-459, 432-436 of your textbook, respond to the following:
    • Identify the differences between deductive and inductive arguments.
    • Additionally, explain how misleading reasoning is used to influence others.
    • Then, select a topic of interest to you and explain how you would come up with a reliable sample for obtaining peoples' opinions.
  2. Reference the section "Empirical Generalization," on pages 457-458 of your textbook.  The key criteria for inductive arguments in establishing viable sample populations are:
    • Is the sample known?
    • Is the sample sufficient?
    • Is the sample representative?

Re-type and then respond to these questions.  Your response should consist of 1-2 pages.

 

Instructions:

Save your document with a file name that includes your name_course code-section number_title. (For example: JaneSmith_SLS1505-Week6.doc)

If you aren't using Microsoft Word, save your document with the .rtf file extension (Rich Text Format). To submit your Individual Work, go to the Dropbox and click "Submit Assignment." Submit this document to the Week 6: Individual Work basket in the Dropbox.


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