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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Social Networking and Technology ARGUMENT S your artboard start from scratch[clears the canvas] The are different ways to argue like invitational arguing and Rogerian arguing. The point of both of these methods is to argue your point effectively to your target audience and that is why we argue. Why do we argue? Everything's an Argument! Making an argument about anything and projecting that argument to the masses has been made easier due to social media and advances in technology. Convincing and Persuading Arguments Many reports and articles are created in order to convince the reader of the writers idea rather than to persuade him or her to take action. Advertisements and political blogs are some examples of sources that attempt to persuade their readers to take action. Arguments that Inform and Arguments that Explore Arguments to inform are made in order to inform the reader thatsomething exists and when or where something is. Exploratory arguments are use when a writer wants help the reader to explore matters that may be very complex. Arguments about the Past, Present, and Future Forensic arguments (debates about the past) are most common in business, government, and academia. Ceremonial arguments (arguments about the present) are usually about modern issues that are debated within society. Deliberative arguments (arguments about the future) are used in order to establish policies for the future. The Importance of Kairos Kairos is that ability to effectively use proof and arguments at a time in which they would be most effective. This is important because in order for an argument to be effective, it must be timely.
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