Concept Speech Research Assignment

The url also ends in a edu and is from a college

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writing. The URL also ends in a “.edu” and is from a college website (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill). The author also cited sources at the end of the document. Source 3 1. Theodore Gracyk 2. I found this source on the Web and it cites a newspaper article from Newsweek in December of 2002. The information in this document is also copyrighted in 2002, but it was last published in September of 2008. 3. http://www.mnstate.edu/gracyk/courses/phil%20110/fallaciesexplained.htm#red 4. I would consider this source credible, even though the author isn’t very well known. It cites information from a credible newspaper and gives a real life example of the fallacy. It also gives a small background story to explain how it got its name. Source 4 1. Patrick J. Hurley 2. The information is in a book called A Concise Introduction to Logic. I found this book on Google. 3. http://books.google.com/books? id=XzWWcritSFoC&pg=PT151&lpg=PT151&dq=red+herring+fallacy+print+source+ex amples&source=bl&ots=Jlwu_lgyXp&sig=OwT6O9OovsOoTMAV-
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nbhRAOLQ3E&hl=en&ei=GWs2TZPzB4KglAeQmsGAAw&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct =result&resnum=7&ved=0CEAQ6AEwBg#v=onepage&q&f=false 4. I would deem this source credible. Books have to go through many drafts and rewrites before publishing and a good majority of authors spend a significant time researching their material before they publish an informational book to make sure that the source is accurate and that their information is credible for readers.
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