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Chapter 26. Understand persuasion > Multiple-choice questions

Multiple-choice questions

1: To persuade in an ethical manner, why is it important that the presenter not distort any information?
  1. Distorting information demeans subject matter

  2. Distorting information makes the audience doubt the credibility of sources used to prepare the presentation

  3. Distorting information negatively affects the presenter’s credibility

  4. Distorting information does not provide the audience with the information they need to evaluate the presentation’s message properly

2: To persuade in an ethical manner, why is it important that the presenter not conceal any information?
  1. Concealing information shows the audience that the presenter is not able to argue a viewpoint

  2. Concealing information negatively affects the presenter’s credibility

  3. Concealing information does not provide the audience the information they need to make a rational decision

  4. Concealing information does not give the presenter the opportunity to present all sides of an argument




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