critical thinking (english)

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How can readers distinguish between prejudicial and non-prejudicial use of rhetorical devices?


The reader can distinguish between nonprejudicial and prejudicial rhetorical devices by:
1. Analyzing the propaganda techniques used in the passage.
2. Studying other sources.
3. Using intelligent and informed judgements.


I think that we are taking the same class. I am in week 5 right now. So, if I can help you in anyway let me know.


Thank you... is is CRT 205???


Sorry I got back to you late. But yes it is. I will be in my 7th week soon. can't wait until it is over.

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    I'M IN WEEK 5 AND NEED HELP WITH THE CHECKPOINT

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