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At first glance, the author’s argument appears to be somewhat convincing but a close axamination will reveal it to be

January 31st, 2011

At first glance, the author's argument appears to be somewhat convincing but a close axamination will reveal it to be invalid. The director of the Largo Piano Company believes that Largo should introduce a line of digital pianos in a variety of price ranges. Because he cites as evidence of his position the fact that the revenues of Largo have declined, whereas those of the Allegro Musical Instrument Company increased after Allegro introduced a line of inexpensive digital pianos. However, his analysis is incomplete and therefore unpersuasive, since the whole line of reasoning is not coherent.

Views differ greatly when it comes to the issue of whether the rise of multinational corporations is leading to global

January 30th, 2011

Views differ greatly when it comes to the issue of whether the rise of multinational corporations is leading to global homogeneity. While some people hold the view that regional differences are rapidly disappearing because of the emergence of global businesses, others believe that regional cultures still remain different from country to country. My personal experience and actual observations of life have led me to strongly maintain that multinational companies do not result in global similarity. In this essay, I will defend my point of view for the following reasons.

At first glance, the author’s argument appears to be somewhat convincing but a close examination will reveal it to be

January 29th, 2011

At first glance, the author's argument appears to be somewhat convincing but a close examination will reveal it to be invalid. The author believes that department stores should begin to replace some of those products intended to attract the younger consumer with products intended to attract the middle-aged consumer. Because he cites as evidence of his position the fact that middle-aged consumers devote 39 percent of their retail expenditure to department store products and services on average, while for younger consumers the average is only 25 percent. However, the author's analysis is incomplete and therefore unpersuasive, since the whole line of reasoning is not coherent.

At first glance, the author’s argument appears to be somewhat convincing but a close examination will reveal to be invalid.

January 26th, 2011

At first glance, the author's argument appears to be somewhat convincing but a close examination will reveal to be invalid. The author suggests that in future budgets the school board should use a greater portion of the available funds to buy more computers, and all schools in the district should adopt interactive computer instruction throughout the curriculum. Because he cites as evidence of his position the fact that the dropout rate has declined and graduates have reported impressive achievements in college after Nova High School began to use interactive computer instruction in three academic subjects. However, the author's analysis is incomplete and therefore unpersuasive, since the whole line of reasoning is not coherent.

At first glance, the author’s argument appears to be somewhat convincing but a close examination will reveal it to be

January 24th, 2011

At first glance, the author's argument appears to be somewhat convincing but a close examination will reveal it to be invalid. The author believes that Elm City should deny the application to build a shopping mall, because he cites as evidence of his position the fact that local economy, parking problem, and public security of Oak City have became worsened after the opening of a shopping mall in downtown. However, the author's argument is incomplete and therefore unpersuasive, since the whole line of reasoning is not coherent.

At first glance, the author’s argument appears to be somewhat convincing but a close examination will reveal it to be

January 20th, 2011

At first glance, the author's argument appears to be somewhat convincing but a close examination will reveal it to be invalid. The business manager of a department store believes that all of the department stores should reduce the size of clothing departments and enlarge home furnishings and household products departments. Because he cites as evidence of his position the fact that profits of local clothing stores decreased for a three-month period, while profits of local furnishing stores increased at the same time. However, the author's analysis is incomplete and therefore unpersuasive, since the whole line of reasoning is not coherent.

Views differ when it comes to the issue of whether technology ultimately seperates and alienates people more than it serves

December 28th, 2010

Views differ when it comes to the issue of whether technology ultimately seperates and alienates people more than it serves to bring them together. While some people hold the view that technology shortens the distance from one person to another and makes people closer, others believe that technology does nothing but worsens people's interpersonal relationships. My personal experience and actual observations has led me to strongly maintain that technology brings people together. In this essay, I will defend my point of view for the following reasons.

At first glance, the author’s argument appears to be somewhat convincing but a close examination will reveal it to be

December 28th, 2010

At first glance, the author's argument appears to be somewhat convincing but a close examination will reveal it to be invalid. The author believes that ElectroWares should discontinue the sales and production of the deluxe light bulb in order to increase its repeat sales and maximize its profits. Because he cites as evidence of his position the fact that sales of ElectroWare's economy light bulb and its profits have decreased significantly since the company started to manufacture and market a deluxe light bulb six months ago. However, his analysis is incomplete and therefore unpersuasive, since the whole line of reasoning is not coherent.

At first glance, the author’s argument appears to be somewhat convincing but a close examination will reveal it to be

December 27th, 2010

At first glance, the author's argument appears to be somewhat convincing but a close examination will reveal it to be invalid. The author believes that Frostbite National Bank should not approve the business loan application of the local group that wants to open a franchise outlet for the Kool Kone chain of ice cream parlors. Because he cites as evidence of his position the fact that net revenues of the Frigid Cow, the only ice cream spot in Frostbite, fell by ten percent last winter and the cold weather is not suitable for ice cream sales. However, his analysis is incomplete and therefore unpersuasive, since the whole line of reasoning is not coherent.

Views differ greatly when it comes to the issue of whether schools should be responsible only for teaching academic skills

December 26th, 2010

Views differ greatly when it comes to the issue of whether schools should be responsible only for teaching academic skills and not for teaching ethical and social values. While some people hold the view that it is necessary for educational institutions to be responsible for teaching social values, others believe that it is parents rather than teachers who should take charge of moral education. My personal experience and actual observations of life have led me to strongly maintain that it is beneficial for students to construct their moral values at school. In this essay, I will defend my point of view for the following reasons.

At first glance, the author’s argument appears to be somewhat convincing but a close examination will reveal it to be

December 24th, 2010

At first glance, the author's argument appears to be somewhat convincing but a close examination will reveal it to be invalid. The author believes that increased company profits can be due to the acquirement of home computers for employees because he cites as evidence of his position the fact that productivity at Apex has increased by fifteen percent last year after adopting this approach. However, the author's analysis is incomplete and therefore unpersuasive, since the whole line of reasoning is not coherent.

The argument that radio advertising leads to a more profitable business omits some important concerns that must be addressed to

December 21st, 2010

The argument that radio advertising leads to a more profitable business omits some important concerns that must be addressed to substantiate this argument. In support of this conclusion, the author assumes that advertising on local radio station is the only strategy which results in the Cumquat Cafe's success. Evidently, there is no hard evidence to back up this assumption. Needless to say, the argument is not convincing because the whole line of reasoning is not coherent.

The issue of whether all students should be required to study art and music in secondary school stirs up a

December 18th, 2010

The issue of whether all students should be required to study art and music in secondary school stirs up a heated debate between its proponents and opponents. Some people believe that it is necessary for a student to cultivate the sense of beauty when in his adolescence, while others oppose this argument by citing many cases of successful entrepreneurs who know nothing about aesthetics. Both of these arguments make sense in their own right. In this essay, however, I will argue in favor of the former statement for the following reasons.

The issue of whether teachers should be paid according to how much their students learn stirs up a heated debate

December 17th, 2010

The issue of whether teachers should be paid according to how much their students learn stirs up a heated debate between its proponents and opponents. Some people believe that the amount of a teacher's salary should depends on the learning result of his students, while others oppose this argument by citing many cases of prominent learners who study and do researches by themselves instead of relying solely on educators. Both of these arguments make sense in their own right. In this essay, however, I will argue in favor of the latter statement for the following reasons.

The issue of whether the best way to travel is in a group led by a tour guide stirs up

December 16th, 2010

The issue of whether the best way to travel is in a group led by a tour guide stirs up a heated debate between its proponents and opponents. Some people believe that it is more interesting to travel with a touring group since tour guides will give an abundance of unique information of a country such as taboo or custom, while others oppose this argument by citing many cases of boring trips arranged by travel agencies. Both of these arguments make sense in their own right. In this essay, however, I will argue in favor of the latter statement for the following reasons.

The issue of whether television has destroyed communication among friends and family stirs up a heated debate between its proponents

December 15th, 2010

The issue of whether television has destroyed communication among friends and family stirs up a heated debate between its proponents and opponents. Some people believe that television has a harmful effect on interpersonal relationships because watching TV occupies most of a person's time, while others oppose this argument by citing many cases of popular figures who keep himself at the edge of the fashion by watching TV. Both of these arguments make sense in their own right. In this essay, however, I will argue in favor of the former statement for the following reasons.

The issue of whether children should begin learning a foreign language as soon as they start school stirs up a

December 14th, 2010

The issue of whether children should begin learning a foreign language as soon as they start school stirs up a heated debate between its proponents and opponents. Some people believe that learning a second language since a child is at the age of attending school is a beneficial decision, while others oppose this argument by citing many cases of students who fail to speak fluently in a foreign language. Both of these arguments make sense in their own right. In this essay, however, I will argue in favor of the former statement for the following reasons.

The issue of whether people should sometimes do things that that do not enjoy doing stirs up a heated debate

December 13th, 2010

The issue of whether people should sometimes do things that that do not enjoy doing stirs up a heated debate between its proponents and opponents. Some people believe that to accomplish tasks which one has no interest in could hone a person's skill in various fields, while others oppose this arguments by citing many cases of successful entrepreneurs who put their efforts solely on what they favor. Both of these arguments make sense in their own right. In this essay, however, I will argue in favor of the former statement for the following reasons.

The issue of whether one should judge a person by external appearances stirs up a heated debate between its proponents

December 12th, 2010

The issue of whether one should judge a person by external appearances stirs up a heated debate between its proponents and opponents. Some people believe that the image a person gives reveals his or her personal background, manner, and educational degree, while others oppose this argument by citing many cases of people who live in poverty but put on luxurious clothes and accessories. Both of these arguments make sense in their own right. In this essay, however, I will argue in favor of the latter statement for the following reasons.

The issue of whether dancing plays an important role in a culture stirs up a heated debate between its proponents

December 11th, 2010

The issue of whether dancing plays an important role in a culture stirs up a heated debate between its proponents and opponents. Some people believe that dancing style represents characteristics of a culture, while others oppose this arguments by citing many cases that dancing is nothing but an entertainment. Both of these arguments make sense in their own right. In this essay, however, I will argue in favor of the former statement for the following reasons.

The issue of whether humans should put more emphasis on developing economy or saving lands for endangered animals stirs up

December 10th, 2010

The issue of whether humans should put more emphasis on developing economy or saving lands for endangered animals stirs up a heated debate between its proponents and opponents. Some people believe that industry are more important since prosperity brings to an advanced life, while others oppose this argument by citing many cases of horrible catastrophes caused by logging and deforestation. Both of these arguments make sense in their own right. In this essay, however, I will argue in favor of the latter statement for the following reasons.

The issue of whether people are never satisfied with what they possess currently stirs up a heated debate between its

December 9th, 2010

The issue of whether people are never satisfied with what they possess currently stirs up a heated debate between its proponents and opponents. Some people believe that humans have infinite desires to pursue a larger wealth in order to show off their prestige, while others oppose this argument by citing many cases of people who are contend with their existing possessions. Both of these arguments make sense in their own right. In this essay, however, I will argue in favor of the former statement for the following reasons.

The issue of whether watching television is bad for children stirs up a heated debate between its proponents and opponents.

December 8th, 2010

The issue of whether watching television is bad for children stirs up a heated debate between its proponents and opponents. Some people believe that television has a negative influence on youngsters because numerous violent or erotic pictures are transmitted through TV programs, while others oppose this argument by citing many cases of well-educated children who are not prohibit from watching television. Both of these arguments make sense in their own right. In this essay, however, I will argue in favor of the former statement for the following reasons.

The issue of whether businesses should hire employees for their entire lives stirs up a heated debate between its proponents

December 6th, 2010

The issue of whether businesses should hire employees for their entire lives stirs up a heated debate between its proponents and opponents. Some people believe that staves are deserved to be employed until they retire because they have put all of the efforts into their company, while others oppose this argument by citing many cases of successful enterprises which operate with a high labour turnover rate. Both of these arguments make sense in their own right. In this essay, however, I will argue in favor of the latter statement for the following reasons.

The issue of whether telephones and email have made communication between people less personal stirs up a heated debate between

December 5th, 2010

The issue of whether telephones and email have made communication between people less personal stirs up a heated debate between its proponents and opponents. Some people believe that communicate by means of sending on-line mails or making a phone call are insecure because messages are easily to be disclosed, while others oppose this arguments by citing many cases of reinforced security system. Both of these arguments make sense in their own right. In this essay, however, I will argue in favor of the former statement for the following reasons.

The issue of whether technology helps students to learn more information and learn it more quickly stirs up a heated

December 3rd, 2010

The issue of whether technology helps students to learn more information and learn it more quickly stirs up a heated debate between its proponers and opponers. Some people believe that technology decreases students' incentive to explore the world, while others oppose this argument by citing many cases of acquiring knowledge with the assistance of technology. Both of these arguments make sense in their own right. In this essay, however, I will argue in favor of the latter statement for the following reasons.

The issue of whether hard experiences will become valuable lessons for the future stirs up a heated debate between its

December 2nd, 2010

The issue of whether hard experiences will become valuable lessons for the future stirs up a heated debate between its proponents and opponents. Some people believe that difficult times are nothing but tortures, while others oppose this argument by citing many cases of successful celebrities who achieve triumphs by learning from hardships. Both of these arguments make sense in their own right. In this essay, however, I will argue in favor of the latter statement for the following reasons.

The issue of whether classmates play a more significant role in a child’s success in school than paernts does stirs

November 29th, 2010

The issue of whether classmates play a more significant role in a child's success in school than paernts does stirs up a heated debate between its proponers and opponers. Some people believe that peers indeed influence a child's performance in school in a great degree, while others oppose this statement by citing many cases of outstanding students who are well-taught by their parents. Both of these arguments make sense in their own right; however, I will argue in favor of the latter statement in this essay for the following reasons.

grades encourage students to learn

November 26th, 2010

The issue of whether grades encourage students to learn stirs up a heated debate between its proponents and opponents. Some people believe that marks indeed play a significant role in increasing students' learning incentive, while others oppose this statement by citing many cases of spontaneous learning. Both of these arguments make sense in their own right; however, I will argue in favor of the former statement in this essay for the following reasons.

make a profit

November 24th, 2010

The issue of whether businesses should aim only at making profits stirs up a heated debate between its pros and cons : some people oppose the goal by citing many cases of environmental devastation caused by profit-making of businesses , while others believe that the ability to gain revenue represent how well a company is . Both of these arguments make sense in their own right ; however , I will argue in favor of the former statement in this essay for the following reasons .




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