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    Media fallacies

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    I have to locate items from the media preferably print that contains the three following fallacies:

    Hasty Generalization
    Appeal to Emotion
    Common Belief

    I then have to write one paragraph explaining the fallacy. The problem I am having is locating articles or advertisements to retrieve the fallacies from.

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    A Hasty Generalization is a fallacy in logic in which a generalization is made about a population from insufficient data. In other words, when we generalize from a sample size that is too small, we make a hasty generalization. Often times, hasty generalizations are made when people have preconceived biases and prejudices. ...

    Solution Summary

    Media fallacies are exemplified. Hasty generalization, appeal to emotion and common beliefs are examined.

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