CRT100_5_1_Fallacies

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Jones International University Fallacies in the Electronic World. List Fallacies with Drugs in E-Commerce Dr. Jean Gordon Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for CRT100 Critical Thinking [05/09/09]
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CRT100 2 Fallacies in the Electronic World. Fallacies are all over the internet. Most lie within the marketing of companies either with trying to make you buy something or, start your own business. People may be successful at selling products online, but it takes a lot of time and work to make it happen, and even then there is no guarantee that you will succeed. To begin, there are many places that claim that you can make thousands of dollars ( www.sellerathome.com & www.pcmoneymaker.com ) from working from home, without ever touching inventory or even really talking to people. This example actually uses quite a few fallacies. Appealing to Emotions and Appealing to the Ignorance are two out of the many that can be pointed to. It appeals to emotions by swaying you into this scheme because of the
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This note was uploaded on 06/03/2011 for the course ENG 100 taught by Professor Jeangordon during the Spring '10 term at Jones Intl..

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