For this discussion activity you will test the theory that argument is everywhere.
Provide an example of an argument. Look for your argument in a variety of contexts: newspapers, academic journals, political cartoons, magazines, the Internet, television, film, music, artwork, photography, etc. Briefly explain to your peers how your chosen argument fulfills the definition of argument as outlined in your textbook and this week’s lecture on argument. Don’t forget to include a link (if applicable) to your argument so your peers can view it.
In order to be eligible to receive full credit for this discussion post, you must fully answer the above prompt. In addition to your original posting to the discussion prompt, you must also respond to at least two peers postings. Please consult the discussion grading rubric (located in the syllabus) for grading criteria for discussion forums.
Be sure to meet the minimum word count.
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