A form of critical thinking is fair-minded persuasive thinking. - 5438

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A form of critical thinking is fair-minded persuasive thinking. When engaging in problem formulation and identification with a group, the fair minded persuader would

A.  avoid all affective appeals 

B.  emphasizes affective appeals over data and reason 

C.  communicate only that information which supports the desired decision 

D.  emphasize data and reason over affective appeals 

E.  acknowledges the difficulty that his or her position creates for the audience  

 
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A form of critical thinking is fair-minded persuasive thinking. When engaging in problem formulation and identification with a group, the fair minded persuader would<