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Everything's An Argument analysis

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Christian Boujaoude August 24, 2014 AP Composition Everything?s An Argument Chapter 1 There are so many gestures, activities, and images that we take for granted everyday that could potentially cause an argument An argument can be anything that expresses a point of view, whether blunt and aggressive or more subtle Some arguments are aimed to be won, but some are for mutual regard and exploration Point of argument- to use evidence and reason to discover some version of the truth Aim of persuasion- to change a point of view or to move others from conviction to action Rogerian Argument-based on approaching audiences in nonthreatening ways and on finding common ground and establishing trust among those who disagree about issues Informative Arguments- Obama ?08
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