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VALUE AND DESCRIPTIVE  ASSUMPTION
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REASONS •Visible stated reasons  •Assumptions •Unstated •Taken for granted •Influential in determining the conclusion •Potentially deceptive
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LOOK FOR REASONS •To support conclusion •Necessary for reason to be true
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Value Conflicts – differing values that stem from  different frames of reference Value assumption – implicit preference for one  value over another on a particular context Descriptive assumption – an unstated beliefs  about the way the world was, is, or will be
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EXAMPLE
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An Australian plant fed via Facebook has given proof to the adage "killing  with kindness", with its fans on the site literally loving it to death,  researchers said. A real plant called " Meet Eater " is watered when Facebook users become  fans and post on its wall, in an interactive project at Queensland state  library that aims to explore the emotions involved in using social media. Creator Bashkim Isai said he had wanted to see whether people could care 
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