In the Rogerian approach, the writer finds common ground with opponents of the argument. By finding a point on which both parties can agree, the writer is more likely to persuade the reader.
A Rogerian argument:
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Students of International High School at Lafayette, Brooklyn, NY explain three persuasive approaches in this amusing video.
Logical fallacies are errors in reasoning that undermine an argument. Such as. . .
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