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By Emily Ryall

Specified purpose-written source to assist scholars in greater schooling comprehend and observe severe considering within the examine of recreation. hide; name; Copyright; Contents; Preface and acknowledgements; 1 serious considering and the learn of activity; 2 what's an argument?; three comparing an argument's constitution: deductive arguments; four comparing an argument's content material: fact, proof and credibility; five Assumptions, generalisations and hypotheses; 6 comparing arguments: fallacies; 7 comparing arguments: examples; References; Index

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F ) Please join our campaign to get lacrosse in the Olympics. We need as many signatures as possible. – This is not an argument. It is a plea to persuade people to act in a particular way. g) The current drug testing procedures violate the athlete’s right to privacy. Therefore athletes should not be subjected to drug testing. – This is an argument. The conclusion is that ‘athletes should not be subjected to drug testing’ and the reason is that ‘the current drug testing procedures violate the athlete’s right to privacy’.

These white shirts showed up more noticeably than darker colours under floodlights and meant that the referee was more likely to spot infringements made by Bristol players than infringements made by the opposition, hence Bristol conceded more penalties. This greater penalty count cost them games. 8), the final conclusion (Conclusion 3) is that Bristol lost. The reason for them losing is that they conceded more penalties (Reason 3) (with the added unstated assumption that teams that concede more penalties lose).

5. 2 In the arguments below, identify the reason and conclusion and insert an additional reason between the premise and the conclusion to make the argument valid. a) b) c) d) Usain won the 100m sprint because he had a fast stride frequency and a long stride length. Six Australasian Crusader players are to be deported due to visa irregularities. Too many unforced errors led to a straight sets loss for Venus in the Toronto Cup. Tamsyn showed she was knowledgeable, hard-working and could react quickly to orders.

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