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Lab Notes- Wade 1 - Questions whether person (evidence) is...

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Lab Notes- Evidence Comparison Recentcy Uniqueness evidence a) Snapshot- explains world as is (status quo) b) Trend (how things are moving) When comparing, decide what has changed and the variable that has changed. Qualifications a) Expert in field b) Quote someone qualified c) Inside data B and C are prone to misreportings Bias a) Experts vs. non-experts b) Biased vs. non-biased c) Reverse biased (an incentive to say the opposite e.g. someone has a political incentive to say something, but says the complete opposite) d) Peer Review Indicts and Prodicts
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Unformatted text preview: Questions whether person (evidence) is qualified Indicts a) Ad hom x person is stupid b) Structural the org./school the person went to biases the author c) Conduct an author/institution has commited some kind of action to cast doubt on his/her view d) Methodology (best kind prob.) The way the study/experiment was conducted e) Explicit refutation -Prodicts a) General props author x is good b) structural props c) conduct d) methodology e) specific phrase (wonderful, very good, excellent, etc.)...
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