DQ 2.2 - identify with the chances are greater that the...

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Hello Melody, I agree that is a great answer. I think having concrete facts, and supporting facts is a great key to persuading the reader to see things the way a writer wants them to. However, sometimes I don’t think just facts are enough. I believe sometimes you have to take those facts and apply them to everyday real life situations that readers can relate to. If a writer uses their facts, and examples to apply to a situation that the reader can
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Unformatted text preview: identify with the chances are greater that the reader will see things the way the writer is trying to get them to see the topic view they are writing about. Some people do relate to just facts, and key points but most people if not all people will relate if you can put them into a situation the reader can identify with that’s how you persuade someone....
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2011 for the course ECON 482 taught by Professor Depew during the Winter '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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