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Which of the online behaviors listed below are inappropriate in our course?;All listed below;Posts with obvious spelling errors that could have been caught with the spell-check function;Comments with racial or ethnic insults;TYPING IN ALL CAPITAL LETTERS;Flaming with angry comments;Points Received: 4 of 4;Comments;Question 2. Question: Ethics involves issues of right and wrong, and politically charged issues and ideas, thus, the best way to ensure that my comments are taken in the way I mean them is to _____.;type them in ALL CAPITALS (That is shouting online... please don't.);include lots of references to cultural biases and labels ? after all, this class is all about how I feel (Please avoid!);carefully consider my comments, think about how they will affect others who may disagree, and take that into consideration when I word my posts;take everything everyone else says, and try to twist it into something ugly so they look bad and I look good (get really upset and take everything everyone says personally) (Please don't do this.);sit quietly in the corner (better to stay out of the discussion) (Absolutely not ? please get involved and post at least three times per week to each thread.);Points Received: 4 of 4;Comments;Question 3. Question: Posting in the course's threaded discussions is an essential element in our online, asynchronous classroom. Which of the following is not true about value-adding posts in our course?;Personal opinion posts are valuable by themselves.;Emoticons can be used in posts.;Posts are academic work and should be written with attention to language and grammar.;The course posting server includes a spell-check function.;Posts may respond to the work of other students by name.;Instructor Explanation: Posts merely stating opinion add little value.;Points Received: 0 of 4;Comments;Question 4. Question: Which of the following is the most appropriate response for a student to post to another student who has posted this;WHAT IS WRONG WITH ALL OF YOU?;YOU ARE AS STUPID AS A BOX OF ROCKS!;Answer the post very directly and with capital letters for effect.;Send an e-mail to that student to correct him or her.;Post an equally strong rebuttal.;Complain offline to your Student Advisor.;Ignore this and allow your instructor to handle it ? either directly with the offender or through Student Services.;Points Received: 4 of 4;Comments;Question 5. Question: Choose from the following choices the way in which collegiality is valued in our course.;Uncited quotes from outside sources are welcome.;An atmosphere of respect is expected in the class participation of all students.;Any student can make a valuable post by simply agreeing or disagreeing with a previous post.;Students should never respond to the posts of other students.;A certain amount of prejudice is allowed.;Instructor Explanation: Tutorial. Collegiality is an expectation of the posting behavior of students.;Points Received: 4 of 4;Comments;Inferring a claim based on data is deductive logic, but what happens when the inference circumvents logical reasoning?;No one will understand you.;A fallacy has been committed.;One has proven to be a good logician.;One ought to use inductive reasoning.;The syllogism is sound.;Instructor Explanation: Tutorial;Points Received: 4 of 4;Comments;Question 2. Question: A car salesman says this, in order to get you to buy a new car from him;Buddy! You gotta buy this car. Please! If you don't buy it, my boss will fire me!;This type of faulty logic is an example of _____.;the ad hominem argument;the hasty generalization fallacy;the straw man fallacy;emotional appeal to popularity;special pleading;Instructor Explanation: Tutorial;Points Received: 0 of 4;Comments;Question 3. Question: Do you have only a few select friends or a large circle of friends?;What fallacy is operating here?;Straw man;Appeal to fear;Ad hominem;False dilemma;Questionable statistics;Instructor Explanation: Tutorial;Points Received: 4 of 4;Comments;Question 4. Question: All those old people are cheap.;They never give me a fair tip when I park their cars in the valet parking lot.;What kind of fallacy is operating here?;Straw man;Appeal to fear;Hasty generalization;Questionable statistics;Slippery slope;Instructor Explanation: Tutorial;Points Received: 4 of 4;Comments;Question 5. Question: Measuring our country's health by measuring the consumption of petroleum;is like measuring a person's health my how much medical care he or she buys.;What kind of fallacy is operating here?;Hasty generalization;Questionable statistics;False analogy;Invalid in form;Confusing assumptions with facts;Instructor Explanation: Tutorial;Points Received: 4 of 4;Comments;* Times are displayed in (GMT-07:00) Mountain Time (US & Canada)


Paper#19735 | Written in 18-Jul-2015

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