Bias, Fallacies, Rhetorical Devices and Argumentation

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Running head: ASSIGNMENT: BIAS, RHETORICAL DEVICES, AND 1 Assignment: Bias, Rhetorical Devices, and Argumentation Lori J. Babler COM220 October 24, 2010 Patricia Nereim
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ASSIGNMENT: BIAS, RHETORICAL DEVICES, AND 2 Assignment: Bias, Rhetorical Devices, and Argumentation Define bias, Use your own words After reading our supplement regarding bias, I came to understand its meaning as one sided or only looking at a topic one way. It can also mean favoring one position over another or one race or person over another without providing an opposite opinion for arguments, people or groups. Explain how you will avoid bias in your writing. I intend to write my research paper on my chosen topic using resources that provide views and opinions that are both in favor of and against my topic. I do not intend to attempt to persuade the readers of my paper into having an opinion that sways their thinking one way or the other. My intent will be to leave the readers of my research with much thought and information regarding both sides of the argument. Identify and Explain
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