Chapter 9 How Are Factual Propositions Argued Student Version

Chapter 9 How Are Factual Propositions Argued Student Version

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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 9 Construct the _______________(4 Step Process) 1.  Locate the immediate cause 2.  Investigate the history 3.  Define key terms 4.  Make the primary inference     Look for _________,_________and other factual information/opinions about the topic.   Collect published articles, look for coincidental _________________________ Remember that your definitions need not be ___________, but simple, concise and relevant to your_____________.   Draw the conclusion about what your proposition means based on these key terms. Is it about a _________,_______ or __________fact?     Advocates of propositions of fact create units of arguments based on three things: __________ (What is the consequence?)   __________ (Why is it important?)   __________ (Why does it exist?)   ...
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This note was uploaded on 01/13/2012 for the course COM 3 taught by Professor Estrellaromero during the Fall '11 term at Riverside Community College.

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