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‘ v \ \leidterm Argumentation and Debate ’9
50 Points 3
True/False 1 pt each /, 1. @lF Demographics are an important part of audience analysis. q/ L, %0
l 0 Topographical is an organizational pattern.
/ / Physical communication includes inflection 4. cu can’t argue over the facts 5. . IF Testimony is one type of supporting material. 6. 1:? Policy statements only try to persuade the audience to believe 7. Analogous arguments try to prove correlations — this leads to that
“s8. TIE Enthymemes are abbreviated inductive arguments 9. Tg‘ghe three propositions for policy arguments are Facts and Opinions 10. T isjunctive deductive arguments contain an “And" statement
Multiple Choice 2 pts each: 11. Which is an appropriate source from the internet for research on air pollution?
A. The “Google” search engine B. "Joe-Bob’s” internet site on air pollution ' ,
@The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) web site
D. The auto industries trade group web site 12. Which is not a component of Aristotle’s proof?
A. Logos -
D. Ethos 13. What part of the introductory paragraph relates the topic to the audience?
.K hilosophical Orientation
@ Psychological Orientation
D. Physical Orientation 14. Which of the following is a valid deductive argument? A g L
A.A||aisb.cisb.cisa 7 K59
D.Allaisa.bisb.cisc 15. Which 's a valid analogous argument?
. If you like pumpkin you’ll like mashed potatoes
8/ If you like pumpkin you’ll like turkey
If you like pumpkin you’ll like cranberry sauce
fyou like pumpkin you’ll like pumpkin pie 16. Which is a valid and sound causal argument? The more i study...
. he more the price of gas goes up ’
. the better you look
the better my grades
. the more the phone rings 17. Causation and Correlation are the same because:
A. if things happen at the same time they must be related. . You can’t prove they’re not related.
C. They're not the same at all. . They’re synonyms. @hichof the following is the proper deﬁnition of an inductive argument?
’A. A series of speciﬁc observations that leads to a general conclusion \ B. A series general of observations that leads to a speciﬁc conclusion
/ C. You' ve seen them all
)A series of three arguments that contain a major and minor premise that leads to a speciﬁc and deﬁnite conclusion 19. What kind of deductive arguments is this statement All dogs have tails. If Clifford is a dog then he has a tail.
A. lnductive B. Conjunctive
C. Causal \V
' . W 20. The psychological orientation (“M A “ A. Establishes your credI g‘ty 4i) YW B. Provides Ethos JIM
C. Relates the topic to the audience. D. nforms the audience of your research
II the above Fill in the blank. 2 pts each (must have all answers to get points) W H , \\ mp W g ~ Am KW, 22. The four parts of an informativeintroduction are: M, I". (M0149 ICU 9-, WV“
mm 9 ,and MICE!) mlvnw- - C 100 23. The four kinds of supporting material as discussed In the packet are deﬁnitions, testimony, QXMHWL S and
24. The threeptygﬁzof Deductive arguments are W 913% [ADM “he /@The question of I“! 5! demonstrates worth based on agreed upon criteria. ZGW reasoning looks for patterns that regeat. r ﬁe W A Wm“
27. Statements In a deductive syllogism are called oimﬂ%k\/ ,WW, Mario tor“;-
Wﬁo WM a
28. Aristotle’s proof consists of W s , MC ,and 9W S . ‘ lﬁlﬂ u;
,\ .uestions of Fact are associated with the wordsMﬁuhmgl. uelis associated with l 5/ \5 H i-
- ‘ e wordswm and Policy with theseﬁéﬂm’ . EMMA/M10” ﬂood/l low 30. Audience analysis Is made up of these components W, a
M and 51' Mix/hm . ...
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