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5 Matching questions

  1. Four goals of propaganda
  2. Goals of science
  3. Result of either/or thinking
  4. Fallacious thinking
  5. Data analysis
  1. a based on fallacies
  2. b what does this all mean; interpretation and significance of data
  3. c explain as much as possible with as little generalization as possible; strive for closure
  4. d may not make data invalid, but may skew data
  5. e mobilize hatred against the enemy; preserve friendships of allies; procure cooperation of neutrals; demoralize the enemy

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. classic method of dealing with questions of causality; provides answers of cause and effect
  2. people can be influenced by stimuli of which they are not aware
  3. cognitive structure consisting of organized knowledge that has been taken from other situations
  4. use common folk to plug product
  5. effect, the phenomena we wish to explain

5 True/False questions

  1. Results of theoryeither confirm, partially confirm or reject hypothesis


  2. Types of theoretical statementsif then statement; more likely statement; greater the x, greater the y; leads to


  3. Shannon-Weaver modelbasic communication model, includes all ways one mind may affect another, balance entropy and redundancy


  4. Testimonialhave some respected person praise product


  5. Introductionengage readers but is not fluffy; defines any unknown terms; research questions to hypothesis