The community needs to come together to equip their

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The community needs to come together to equip their homeless shelter with a computer lab. Warrant (assumption) : The assumption is that the audience will agree that the computer labs will benefit their homeless populations with job related searches to help find the, a steady career. Qualifiers: How strongly do you believe in the argument? Would any qualifiers be beneficial? Why or why not? I should take into consideration that not all of the homeless population will use the lab, or benefit from it. Out of no interest, lack of trying, or commitment. Letting the audience know that a general amount of the homeless population will use the computer labs to benefit their career take off would be beneficial.
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4 Running Head: Unit 4 Assignment Grounds : Find out how this lab has benefited other homeless populations. Finding supporting articles and research that shows how others have taken this technology and turned it in to a positive thing for themselves is the key. Backing (for the warrant) : Rebuttals : I think there will be challenges along the way mainly how the shelter would get the funding to start the lab in the first place. The community might back the idea but will they be willing to put in that work that it takes to make this all happen. Identify at least one logical fallacy to which your argument may be susceptible and how you will avoid that fallacy . For more on logical fallacies, review the University Writing Center resource “ How to Support an Argument and Avoid Logical Fallacies .
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  • Spring '18
  • Rhetoric, Writing Center, Writing Center resources, Avoid Logical Fallacies

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