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Description You will complete an exercise called “Analysing Arguments” from your textbook, Ethics in Action: Making Ethical Decisions in Your Daily Life. This exercise asks you to read two short articles taking opposite points of view on a contemporary Canadian social issue and then identify fallacies in reasoning. You will base your answers on your understanding of the readings for Module 8. Specification Your paper should be no less than 2 pages and no more than 3 pages in length, double-spaced, 12 point font. Process Read the Description for Exercise 5.1 on page 142 of Ethics in Action: Making Ethical Decisions in Your Daily Life. Then read the two short articles on Raising the Minimum Wage in Ontario on pages 154 – 156 in Ethics in Action: Making Ethical Decisions in Your Daily Life. Then answer the questions in Exercise 5.1: •“What types of logical and ethical arguments are used (give examples)? • Are they used correctly? •List any examples of faulty reasoning (logical and emotional fallacies) and explain why they are faulty. •Which article do you find more convincing? Why?” (McLachlan, 2010, p. 142). Please read all the uploaded additional material. The 2 articles are uploaded in the file named exercise 5.1_2 articles. Rest of the files will guide you ands assist with answering the questions. Also take a look at the grading criteria, Grading Criteria 0- 3 Marks 4 – 6 Marks 7 – 9 Marks 10 Marks Questions not answered or some questions missed. Answers incomplete. All questions answered. Some logical and ethical arguments and logical and emotional fallacies in articles identified. Opinions partially backed up with relevant and accurate examples. All questions answered. Most logical and ethical arguments and logical and emotional fallacies in articles identified. Opinions mostly backed up with relevant and accurate examples All questions answered fully. Logical and ethical arguments and logical and emotional fallacies in articles identified. Opinions backed up with relevant and accurate examples

Description

You will complete an exercise called “Analysing Arguments” from your textbook, Ethics in Action: Making Ethical Decisions in Your Daily Life. This exercise asks you to read two short articles taking opposite points of view on a contemporary Canadian social issue and then identify fallacies in reasoning. You will base your answers on your understanding of the readings for Module 8.

 

Specification

Your paper should be no less than 2 pages and no more than 3 pages in length, double-spaced, 12 point font.

Process

Read the Description for Exercise 5.1 on page 142 of Ethics in Action: Making Ethical Decisions in Your Daily Life.

Then read the two short articles on Raising the Minimum Wage in Ontario on pages 154 – 156 in Ethics in Action: Making Ethical Decisions in Your Daily Life.

Then answer the questions in Exercise 5.1:

•“What types of logical and ethical arguments are used (give examples)?

• Are they used correctly?

•List any examples of faulty reasoning (logical and emotional fallacies) and explain why they are faulty.

•Which article do you find more convincing? Why?” (McLachlan, 2010, p. 142).

Please read all the uploaded additional material. The 2 articles are uploaded in the file named exercise 5.1_2 articles.

 

Rest of the files will guide you ands assist with answering the questions.

Also take a look at the grading criteria,

Grading Criteria

0- 3 Marks

4 – 6 Marks

7 – 9 Marks

10 Marks

Questions not answered or some questions missed. Answers incomplete.

All questions answered. Some logical and ethical arguments and logical and emotional fallacies in articles identified. Opinions partially backed up with relevant and accurate examples.

All questions answered. Most logical and ethical arguments and logical and emotional fallacies in articles identified. Opinions mostly backed up with relevant and accurate examples

All questions answered fully. Logical and ethical arguments and logical and emotional fallacies in articles identified. Opinions backed up with relevant and accurate examples

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