Need Help-Questions


Need Help-Questions

University of Phoenix Material

 

Points of View

 

  1. Complete the following three-part assignment:
  2. Use Browne and Keeley (2012), Asking the right questions: A guide to critical thinking (10th ed.), Ch. 7 & 8, to support your analysis of credibility for each article. – This means that you must cite and reference your textbook to support your analysis.

Step 1 of 3: Choose one of the following issues:

  • Healthcare system
  • Climate change
  • National debt
  • Ask your instructor for approval of a social, political or educational issue.

 

  1. Answer the following question:

What is your opinion about this issue? (at least 50 words).

 

 

Step 2 of 3: Locate two articles from the University Library or the Internet. One article should support your opinion about your chosen issue. The second article should reflect the opposing point of view. – (This second article should give you information that does not support your opinion).

Article 1: (Minimum 75 words, combined total, for all questions.)

Answer/complete the following:

  1. What is the author(s), publication date, and title of the first article?
  2. Provide a brief description of the content of the article (one or two sentences):
    Remember to cite and reference any information taken from the article (paraphrased or quoted).

 

 

Use your textbook to support your analysis of reliability and credibility to the following:
(Remember to cite and reference.)

  1. Is the information contained in the article reliable? Explain.
  2. Is/Are the author(s) credible or non-credible? Why or why not?
  3. Is the article content credible? Why?

Article 2: (Minimum 75 words, combined total, for all questions.)

Answer/complete the following:

  1. What is the author(s), publication date, and title of the first article?
  2. Provide a brief description of the content of the article (one or two sentences):
    Remember to cite and reference any information taken from the article (paraphrased or quoted).

 

Use your textbook to support your analysis of reliability and credibility to the following:
(Remember to cite and reference.)

  1. Is the information contained in the article reliable? Explain.
  2. Is/Are the author(s) credible or non-credible? Why or why not?
  3. Is the article content credible? Why?

 

Step 3 of 3: Reflect on your original opinion of your topic (in a minimum of 50 words for this section). Answer the following questions for your response:

  1. Which of the two articles was more persuasive? Why?
  2. Has your opinion changed after reading the articles? Why or why not?
  3. What type of information and research would you need to change your opinion if it did not change?

 

References

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