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    Carl Rogers’ theory that when people are involved in disputes, they should not respond to each other until they utterly and justly state the other person’s position. The Rogerian Argument moves away from a combative stance and redefines negotiation until a common ground is reached. The author Jane Willy uses the Rogerian Argument in her article “Is the College Use of American Indian Mascots Racist?” to show her position and create context to what her beliefs are aside to the opposition. Beliefs, benefits

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    By definition, “Argument is an activity, often pleasurable and productive, that engages us at high levels of inquiry and critical thinking” (Ramage 2). Although, in my opinion, argument can be defined as a disagreement between two people with opposing views and or beliefs on a given issue. An argument that comes easily to mind is one that my mother and I had post-prom. We were disagreeing on whether I should be able to attend an after-party at one of my friends’ homes in New York. I believed that

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    Ashley Thornton April 11, 2012 Rogerian Argument Brines Religion In Your Schools Religion, whether we realize it or not, is a major element of American society (and also worldwide history). For many, religion is a significant part of their cultural identity. Religion plays a part in all levels of politics and is often an aspect of community events and organizations. Everyday, we all interact with people who have different religious backgrounds and personal beliefs. Children born into religious

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    The Rogerian method of argumentation, created by psychologist Carl Rogers, focuses on trying to advocate a win-win outcome. This is done by steering clear of incendiary language and making use of the technique of “restatement”. The goal of this type of argumentation is for the two sides to settle on a common ground. The purpose of this essay is to determine whether factors outside of school play as much as role in one’s education as school itself. In the introduction of this article, the author

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    High School to NBA: Good or Bad? Mel Plantenga College Composition P.4/5 March 6, 2013 Some of the greatest stars in the NBA were drafted straight out of high school. Lebron James, Kobe Bryant, and Dwight Howard are just a few examples. Even though, as of 2006, the NBA eligibility rule states that a player entering the NBA draft must be at least nineteen years old and a year removed from high school, it is still a huge debate in the sports world of whether or not this rule is the right choice

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    The Rogerian method is a method for an argument which is put in to a negotiating way. This argument is about whether or not it is racist to use American Indian names for a university. The author presents both sides of the argument, showing how this problem can be seen through the American Indians and the fans of the university. This was an effective argument overall and the author goes in depth on both sides. In the introduction of the argument the author only shows her input on the argument. She

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    The expression argument has two meanings in scholarly writing. First, it means a composition that takes a position on one side of a divisive issue. You might write an argument against the death penalty, or for or against censorship of pornography. But argument has another meaning, too. It means an essay that, simply, argues a point. You might assemble an argument about the significance of ancestor myths in a certain aborigine culture, or you might write an argument defending your understanding of

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    12th June, 2013 Does the high level of Carbon Dioxide (C02) possibly harm the Earth’s planetary biosphere, or has it already done so; in fact, many worldwide scientists have protested that the Earth is at its ‘tipping point’ but no efforts have been adapted to save the biosphere? A support of this controversial topic; congressional meeting and testimony, is from one of the top U.S. climate scientists, James Hansen to Former Vice President Al Gore, with an emphasis on the cause of C02. Beyond

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    Rogerian Argument: Tropic Thunder The movie “Tropic Thunder” is a comedy about five actors who set out to create a movie about a Vietnam veteran’s experience. The actors self-absorbed, attitudes caused them to look fake and over-dramatic. As a last minute last hope effort, the director sent these five actors to, what he believes, is where the war actually happened. Soon after arriving to this unknown land, the director is blown up by an old land mine. The actors then find themselves trapped in

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    Many people think that criminals will think twice before committing s crime because they don’t want to get executed. The author states, “Besides the arguments of retribution and deterrence, many claim that a rational alternative is life imprisonment. After all, once the criminal is detained he or she is no longer able to harm society. However, if the goal is to separate the criminal from society, capital

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