nov 24 examlpes - Example Set Example 6 The UN and IMF have...

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Example 6 The UN and IMF have given hundreds of billions of dollars to African countries in foreign aid over the past 30 years, but there has been no change in the overall economies of these countries. Therefore, giving foreign aid is not an effective way of helping the economies of developing countries. Type: Inductive Generalization Representative Sample: Large enough Sample:
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Example 1 A study was designed to establish what effect, if any, the long-term operation of offshore oil rigs had on animal life at the bottom of the sea. The study compared 50 sea-bottom communities near rigs with 50 sea-bottom communities located in control sites several miles from any rig and found no significant differences. Therefore, oil rigs probably have no adverse effect on sea-bottom animals. Type: Inductive Generalization
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Example 2 You like beer so you’ll probably also like wine. After all, they are both alcoholic drinks. Type: Analogical Argument by Property Subject Case: Wine a) Alcoholic Drink Analogue Case: Beer a) Alcoholic Drink b) Tastes good Target Feature: Taste Weak analogy
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