Reflection14- Rogerian Argument

Reflection14- Rogerian Argument - Leah Smith Reflection #14...

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Leah Smith Reflection #14 In Everything’s an Argument the book explains that Rogerian arguments have a basic four part structure when applied to rhetorical situations . To begin, the writer must describe an issue or problem which demonstrates they fully understand the respects and any alternatives . Second, the writer must describe the context in which the alternative may be valid or legitimate . Thirdly, the writer takes a position on the issue or conflict and presents when and how his or her opinion would be valid . Fourth, the writer explains the benefits of accepting of his point of view holds to his or her opponent . Lastly, Everything’s an Argument stresses that the key to Rogerian argument is the ability and willingness to think about opposing positions and describe them fairly . In Young’s ““Rogerian Argument and the Context of Situation: Taking a Closer Look” he implements Rogerian Argument in his paper . Young begins by demonstrating several
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