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2-8-27-08 - Com204 Lecture 82708 CriticalCriticism...

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Com 204 Lecture 8-27-08 Critical Criticism -Not necessarily negative -Implies careful attention Examples of critical questions: What information is left out? How reliable is the source? What is the purpose? What are the consequences of this argument being accepted? Why is this argument being made/what is the context or motivation? Imagination Analysis Evaluation Argument:  A course for reasoning A case for something that involves reasons/evidence that causes a decision Text: A communication artifact to study Speech, essay, novel, movie, song, TV show, advertisement in print or broadcast media,  building, artwork, photograph, dialogue, stadium, sport, event, etc…
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