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Evidence. The Logos of an Argument. Types of Evidence ( Writing Arguments , pp. 107-121). Personal Experience (Memory/Observation) Interviews, Surveys, Questionnaires Reading Facts and Examples Published Research Testimony Numerical Data and Statistics. Using Statistics Responsibly.

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evidence

Evidence

The Logos of an Argument

types of evidence writing arguments pp 107 121
Types of Evidence(Writing Arguments, pp. 107-121)
  • Personal Experience (Memory/Observation)
  • Interviews, Surveys, Questionnaires
  • Reading
    • Facts and Examples
    • Published Research
    • Testimony
  • Numerical Data and Statistics
using statistics responsibly
Using Statistics Responsibly
  • The library provides a quiet place to study.
    • Strongly agree (10%)
    • Agree (40%)
    • Undecided (5%)
    • Disagree (35%)
    • Strongly disagree (10%)(Writing Arguments, p. 124)
arguing the danger of diets
Arguing the Danger of Diets
  • Writing Arguments, pp. 126-128 (Option 2)
    • Which evidence is most useful to you as writer?
    • Which sources are most authoritative?
    • Which evidence would you use in a paper?
documenting sources
Documenting Sources
  • MLA (Languages and Literature)
    • The New Century Handbook, pp. 278-311
  • APA (Social Sciences)
    • The New Century Handbook, pp. 311-328
  • CMS (Business and Humanities)
    • The New Century Handbook, pp. 328-335
  • CBE (Sciences)
    • The New Century Handbook, pp. 335-342
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