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Question 7 Television and print advertisements ____________________.

are unbiased; after all, viewers can see the facts themselves
may appear unbiased, but they are attempting to shape our opinions by showing viewers the facts they choose to present
none of the above
are obviously biased


Question 8
In visual arguments ____________________.

none of the above
finding common ground is crucial
finding common ground is not important
finding common ground is pretty much impossible

Question 9
When choosing visuals, you should ____________________.

select images that are recognizable to your target audience to establish common ground visually as well as verbally
select images that involve lots of color and patterns that are pleasing to the eye
select images that any viewer, not just your specific audience, would recognize
select images that "say" the opposite of your verbal message

Question 10 5 points Save
Which of the following visual arguments may evoke strong emotions?

an image of a nurse holding an unharmed infant who was dropped off at a designated safe-haven location
a designer label on a piece of clothing
a bar chart of 2003 housing construction sales per state
none of the above

Question 11 Which of the following visual arguments contains an ethical appeal?

a bar chart of 2003 housing construction sales per state
an advertisement for a new multivitamin that shows a pharmacist in a pharmacy
none of the above
a designer label on a piece of clothing


MY ANSWERS

7.may appear unbiased, but they are attempting to shape our opinions by showing viewers the facts they choose to present

8.finding common ground is crucial

9.select images that are recognizable to your target audience to establish common ground visually as well as verbally

10.an image of a nurse holding an unharmed infant who was dropped off at a designated safe-haven location

11.none of the above

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