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    Persuasive Thinking

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    Choose a real-world problem. The problems should be chosen with the intention of applying persuasive thinking as a solution.

    1. Introduction
    a. A description of the problem situation.
    b. An explanation of using persuasive thinking to solve the problem.

    2. Summarize the solution to the problem with a description of how the solution will solve the problem.

    (approx 500-word)

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    Hello Student,
    In this solution, I am assuming that you have now become familiar with the meaning of persuasive thinking. If not, don't worry, it is not such a difficult concept. I suggest that you visit this link as it can explain this concept quite simply - http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/2454208/persuasive_thinking.html

    If you have any questions, let me know via the feedback section and I'll try my best to help you further. The problem I have chosen is very familiar and the persuasive elements to it have a 'marketing' tone. I believe however that it is a good way to show how persuasive thinking works. Good luck with your studies and thank you for your trust.

    OTA 105878/Xenia Jones

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    Solution Summary

    The solution explains what persuasive thinking about via an example. Persuasive thinking in this solution is used to push for arguments in purchasing a hybrid car. References are listed. A word version is attached for easy printing.