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Chapter 4 How do I Analyze Propositions?
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Case Development Begins with the analyzing of propositions. Goal is to discover the actual issues. Four Step Process 1. Locating the _________ of the topic 2. Investigate the _______ of the topic 3. Define the ____________ 4. Define the __________of the controversy
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Step 1: _______________________ What are people “chatting” about regarding topic? What is popular? FACT: _________________ VALUE: ________________ POLICY: ________________
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Step 2: _______________________ Provides pertinent information and support for your cause. FACT: _______________ VALUE: ______________ POLICY: ______________
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Step 2: _______________________ __________ Inference : The conclusion you draw about what to believe the proposition means based on the information contained in your definition. Arguing on ___________ : Choosing to focus on the difference of definitions within a proposition.
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Step 3: _______________________ __________ Propositions John Wilkes Booth is responsible for killing Abraham Lincoln.
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