hum111r3_Appendix_B[1] FINAL EXAM

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Axia College Material Appendix B Final Exam Access the Electronic Reserve Readings link on your student Web site for Week Nine. Select one of the topics below and read both articles that present opposing sides of the argument surrounding that topic. o Animal experimentation o Outsourcing o Media violence Answer the following questions in paragraphs of approximately 100 words demonstrating your critical and creative thinking skills. 1. Identify if the topic you chose, as presented by both articles, is a problem or an issue and explain what makes it a problem or an issue. If you believe the articles present both problems and issues, identify and explain what the problems are and what the issues are. The topic that I chose is outsourcing and I believe that it is an issue. The reason that I believe it is an issue is because everyone would have to agree that it is a problem for it to be a problem. Not everyone agrees that this is a problem, which makes it an issue. To me, it sounds like there is no issue, according to the corporations doing the outsourcing. But for the ones that get their jobs taken away, it is a problem. It is still not agreed upon by everyone to be a problem, making it an issue. There are two different sides to this issue. 2. Were the problems or issues expressed effectively? Describe how the problems or issues were or were not best expressed. Yes, I believe that the issues were expressed effectively. In the first article, protesting outsourcing, the author is clearly against it, effectively stating his case in objecting offshore outsourcing with persuasive techniques and credible sources. On the other hand, in the other article, the author supports his debate that offshore outsourcing is not harming America with researched facts and statistical figures. His statistics and figures are credible and as it is known, statistics do not lie, effectively expressing his side of the issue. Being the audience, and not considering the out dated material, I find myself almost equally convinced and torn between both articles, as they are equally convincing.
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