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Combining evidence in a text with what you already know to make a broad, universal statement
An educated guess, reading between the lines to figure out what the writer suggests but does not state directly
A situation is seen as the result of only one cause. Situations often have many causes
Favors one point of view over another, ignores information that supports the other point of view
Type of persuasion used to keep us from thinking for ourselves. It relies on emotional appeal rather than logical arguments and reasoning
Urges you to do somthing because everyone else is doing it. Often used in advertising
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