Exercise: Critical Thinking Part of the responsibility of working as a human service provider is being aware of both sides of the issue. Often times we allow our personal convictions to guide our delivery of human services. When presenting an argument for or against a specific policy (or listening to someone else present an argument) we need to be aware of persuasive techniques. Due: Day 5 [Individual forum] Complete the Recognizing Deceptive Arguments exercise on pp. 292-4 in Ch. 7 of the text. Number the questions and provide your answers. Post the questions and your answers as a Microsoft® Word attachment.

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