analysis problems study guide 2

analysis problems study guide 2 - Grounds information and...

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Grounds - information and evidence about the troubling conditions typifications, statistics, etc. Warrants - justifications appeals to values, reasons why something must be done about the TC. Conclusions - recommended changes, new policies, etc to address the problem Typifying example - determines the seriousness of a problem by statistics and examples. audience - whom the claim is meant to persuade position issues - claims-makers expect their claims to encounter opposition from some people who hear them. social problems marketplace - blah blah blah piggyback - a new TC on a well established problem.(Domain expansion) counter claims - arguments in direct opposition to the original claim outsider claims makers - the media the general public and the officials that can make policies that may do something about the TC. activists and social groups. pursue media insider claims makers - often the pursue their claims outside of the media spotlight without arising much public attention. lobbyists and pressure groups. Pursue public.
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2011 for the course SOCIOLOGY 300 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '10 term at Rutgers.

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