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REVIEW The first 12 questions are based on the Week 3 Blackboard Presentation . Focus on the following points: Know the elements of the definition of a declarative sentence. Know the elements of the definition of an objective claim. Know the elements of the definition of subjective claims. Know the two aspects that we use when assessing the credibility of a claim. Know the two questions to be asked to determine the credibility of a claim? Know the ways that the credibility of a news source can be lowered . Know the definitions of the following terms: Belief Correspondence Theory Claim Subjective Objective Self-Evident Take special note of these 12 issues in Chapter 4 of the textbook: The email scam highlighted as an example of the importance of assessing the credibility of claims. 2 questions that should be asked when assessing the credibility of the content of a claim.
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