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Cmst 220 final study guide 1. Tests of evidence a. Is the source of evidence unbiased b. Is the evidence relevant c. Is the evidence specific d. Is the evidence sufficient e. Is the evidence timely f. Is the evidence accurate g. U-TRAC x. Is the evidence in quoted text xi. Is the source of the evidence an expert 2. Monroe’s Motivated Sequence a. Attention b. Need c. Satisfaction d. Visualization e. Action 3. Fallacy of Argument a. Red herring fallacy- is an example of a faulty argument by deduction b. Slippery slope fallacy-
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Unformatted text preview: The assumption that once something happens, an inevitable trend is established that will lead to disastrous results. 4. When in doubt record more info than less 5. Clarity, vividness, and credibility 6. Ethos- Ethos is appeal based on the character of the speaker. Speaker credibility. 7. Pathos- Pathos is appeal based on emotion. Emotional appeal 8. Logos-Logos is appeal based on logic or reason. Logical appeal....
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