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Which of the following is an example of appealing to pathos? 90 percent of people who exercise daily reported greater life satisfaction. Work out and you will be happy! At Maricella's House of
Hair, you'll receive top-notch service from some of the industry's most knowledgeable experts. Kara's Cupcakes: The trusted name in the baking business. 80 percent of habitual cheese-eaters live to age 80. Eating more cheese will add years to your life. Question #8MultipleChoice Score: Which of the following is an example of ethos? With over 30 years of experience and a natural charisma, Paul Eliot is the best choice for president.80 percent of voters plan to vote for David Smith. If you want to be part of the ruling majority, you should, too.Only about 10% of the population will score lower than 300 on the exam. Odds are good that you will not be one of these people.What kind of person would you be if you ignored the difference you could make with just 10 cents a day by choosing not to sponsor a child? Question #9MultipleChoice Score: Which of the following best describes fallacies? Fallacies rely on incorrect inferences.All fallacies rely on overgeneralizing.Fallacies are also called pathological leaps.All advertisements rely upon fallacies. Question #10MultipleChoice Score: Which of the following is not a biased statement? Gorps are intelligent, happy people.Gleegons are interesting and smart.Listen to what the Gorps tell you; they are always right.Elect Gleegons or things will become very confusing. Some Gleegons report being happy, and so do some Gorps. Question #11MultipleChoice Score: Choose the answer that best describes the form of bias expressed in the following problem. A campaign pamphlet for a presidential candidate uses photographs of other candidates. The opposing candidates' photos are cut-and-pasted into photographs of angry crowds, giving the appearance that people are upset or disapprove of the oppositing candidates. This photo exemplifies _____. bias by arrangementpoint of view biaslayout bias bias in a photoall of the above Question #12TrueFalse Score: Mainstream media should always be chosen over independent media as the most reliable type of source. TrueFalse Question #13MultipleChoice Score: Which of these is considered a "pro" of mainstream news reporting? the presence of clear-cut rules for reporting and consequences for not following themthe diversity of viewpoints represented and the lack of corporate bias presentany bias often clear and easy to pick outnone of the above Question #14MultipleChoice Score: Choose the answer that best describes the form of bias expressed in the following problem. A reporter attended a movie that he enjoyed. One member of the audience stood up and clapped at the end. Which of the following indicates the reporter's bias? The movie had excellent special effects and the acting was well-done. At the end of the movie, the audience applauded loudly, signaling the high quality of the film.One actor's facial expression was very exaggerated, making his character difficult to believe.At the end of the movie, some members of the audience clapped while others booed. Question #15MultipleChoice Score: Which of the following is not a biased statement? Lawyers for both parties met in the courthouse today.Lawyers for the man who is clearly guilty showed up at noon.Lawyers for the prosecution have treated the man unfairlyLawyers are interested only in monetary gain.all of the avovenone of the above Question #16MultipleChoice Score: The accuracy of independent news reports may suffer because _____. there aren't many clear-cut internal consequences for mistakesthey tend to report more oftenthey tend to represent diverse viewpointsthey are not as reliable as mainstream news sourcesall of the abovenone of the above
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