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This statement is subjective: It is too much to ask that students obtain a "B" or better in order to be allowed to participate in sports. true or false?
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This statement is objective: 6:30 a.m. is far too early for school to start. true or false?
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False. The statement "6:30 a.m. is far too early for school to start." is subjective.
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Independent news sources should be evaluated _____. a.more carefully than mainstream news sources b.as closely as mainstream news sources
Weegy: Mainstream news sources should be evaluated _more carefully than independent news sources User: This statement is subjective: It is too much to ask that students obtain a "B" or better in order to be allowed to participate in sports. true or false? Weegy: Sir/Madam, the answer is "true" User: Pathos appeals to _____. a.the audience's sense of a right and wrong b.a speaker or writer's image c.a audience's need to belong d.a speaker or writer's character e.a speaker or writer's authority Weegy: The answer is C) An audience's need to belong. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Pathos involves much more than simply making the audience laugh, cry, or become enraged. [ Pathos is a proof that “is an appeal to an audience’s sense of identity, their self-interest, their emotions” and because pathos appeals to the deepest parts of the audience’s being “many rhetoricians over the centuries have considered pathos the strongest of the appeals” because the pathos proof involves “the power of emotion to sway the mind” (Fahnestock 14). If a debater were to try to use the pathos appeal in order to persuade his or her audience, they would have to know their audience extremely well in order to know exactly how to approach and persuade their audience’s emotions. If the pathos proof is not used properly, the debater could easily appeal to the wrong emotions of their audience and their argument could fall on deaf ears. Even more detrimental for the debater, they could involuntarily persuade their audience to side with their opponent on a given matter. ] (More)
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