visual images and how to use them

posted by .

Question 6 Television and print advertisements are visual arguments because ____________________.

none of the above
words are visible in the advertisements
they are designed to convince us to buy a product, vote for a candidate, support a cause, and so on
they are always in color

MY ANSWER

B

  • visual images and how to use them -

    Right.

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. critically anazlyzing images and using them

    Question 1 Which of the following is NOT a question to consider when analyzing visual images?
  2. critically anazlyzing images and using them

    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 …
  3. critically anazlyzing images and using them

    Question 12 Which of the following visual arguments contains an ethical appeal?
  4. visual images and how to use them

    Question 12 Which of the following visual arguments contains an ethical appeal?
  5. visual images and how to use them

    Question 2 Which of the following is NOT a question to consider when analyzing visual images?
  6. visual images and how to use them

    Question 12 Which of the following visual arguments contains an ethical appeal?
  7. visual images and how to use them

    Logical fallacies tend to be ____________________. nonexistent in visual arguments more common in verbal arguments than in visual arguments and often harder to detect more common in visual arguments than in verbal arguments and often …
  8. visual images and how to use them

    Question 12 Which of the following visual arguments contains an ethical appeal?
  9. Logical, ethical and emotional appeal

    Question 12 Which of the following visual arguments contains an ethical appeal?
  10. CRITICAL THINKING

    Do the following: •Make a list of advertisements you like and specify why you like them. •If the advertisement is for a product, state whether you buy the products in those advertisements and whether your decision to buy is influenced …

More Similar Questions