30 Credits and Attributions

Kirsten DeVries

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About Writing: A Guide, Robin Jeffrey, CC-BY.

A Concise Introduction to Logic, Craig DeLancey, CC-BY-NC-SA.

English 112: College Composition II,  Lumen Learning, CC-BY-SA.

English Composition 1,  Lumen Learning,  CC-BY-SA.

Frameworks for Academic Writing,  Stephen Poulter, CC-BY-NC-SA.

Introduction to Logic and Critical Thinking,  Matthew J. Van Cleave, CC-BY.

Methods of Discovery, Pavel Zemilanski,  CC-BY-NC-SA.

Writing for SuccessCC-BY-NC-SA.

Writing in College: From Competence to Excellence,  Amy Guptill, CC-BY-NC-SA.

 

Image Credits

Figure 3.1 “Opinion vs Argument,” by Kalyca Schultz, Virginia Western Community College,  derivative image from original by ijmaki, pixabay, CC-0.

Figure 3.2 “Argument Diagram,” Virginia Western Community College, derivative image using “Thin Brace Down,” by pathoschild, Wikimedia, CC-BY-SA 3.0.

Figure 3.3 “Common Premise Indicators,” by Kalyca Schultz, Virginia Western Community College, CC-0.

Figure 3.4 “Common Conclusion Indicators,” by Kalyca Schultz, Virginia Western Community College, CC-0.

Figure 3.5 Untitled, by Matthew Van Cleave, from Introduction to Logic and Critical ThinkingCC-BY.

Figure 3.6 Untitled, by Matthew Van Cleave, from Introduction to Logic and Critical Thinking ,  CC-BY.

Figure 3.7 “Roger Ebert,” by Roger Ebert, Wikimedia, CC-BY-SA 3.0.

Figure 3.8 “From Analysis to Argument,” by Kalyca Schultz, Virginia Western Community College, CC-0.

Figure 3.9 “Carl Ransom Rogers,” by Didius, Wikimedia, CC-BY 2.5.

Figure 3.10 “Rogerian Argument,” by Kalyca Schultz, Virginia Western Community College, CC-0.

Figure 3.11 “Toulmin Argument,” Kalyca Schultz, Virginia Western Community College, CC-0.

Figure 3.12 “Reagan’s Red Herring,” by Dale Dulaney and Kalyca Schultz, Virginia Western Community College, CC-0, derivative image using “C25253-10.jpg,” by White House/Reagan Presidential Library, Wikimedia, CC-0.

Figure 3.13 “Student vs. Freud Ad Hominem,” by Dale Dulaney and Kalyca Schultz, Virginia Western Community College, CC-BY-2.0, derivative image using “Students in Class”, by Tulane University Public Relation, CC-BY-2.0.

Figure 3.14 “Poisoning the Well,” by Dale Dulaney and Kalyca Schultz, Virginia Western Community College, CC-0, derivative image from the original by jamesoladujoye , pixabay, CC-0.

Figure 3.15 “Guilt by Association,” by Dale Dulaney and Kalyca Schultz,  Virginia Western Community College, CC-0, derivative image using “LettuceLadies-Guangzhou-092508,” by Ryan Huling, Wikimedia, CC-0.

Figure 3.16 “Appeal to Popularity,” by Dale Dulaney and Kalyca Schultz, Virginia Western Community College, CC-0, derivative image using the original by Max Pixel, CC-0.

Figure 3.17 “Appeal to Wealth,” by Dale Dulaney and Kalyca Schultz, Virginia Western Community College, CC-0, derivative image using the original by joharin.mymode, flickr, CC-0.

Figure 3.18 “Hasty Generalization,” by Dale Dulaney and Kalyca Schultz, Virginia Western Community College, CC-BY-2.0, derivative image using “Young People Texting on Smartphones Using Thumbs,” by Tomwsulcer, Wikimedia, CC-0, and “Old Guy,” by Randen Pederson, flickr, CC-BY 2.0.

Figure 3.19 “No True Southerner, No True Scotsman,” by Dale Dulaney and Kalyca Schultz, Virginia Western Community College,  CC-BY-SA-2.0, derivative image using “Pimento Cheese”  by Chip Harlan, Wikimedia, CC-BY-SA-2.0.

Figure 3.20 “Arguing from Ignorance,” by Dale Dulaney and Kalyca Schultz, Virginia Western Community College, CC-BY-2.0, derivative image using  “Kyrie Irving“, by Erik Drost, Wikimedia, CC-BY 2.0.

Figure 3.21 “Wishful Thinking,” by Dale Dulaney and Kalyca Schultz, Virginia Western Community College, CC-0, derivative image using “Lance Armstrong – Tour de France 2003,” by Gawain78, Wikimedia, CC-0.

Figure 3.22 “False Dilemma”, by Dale Dulaney and Kalyca Schultz, Virginia Western Community College, CC-0, derivative image using  “Bush State of the Union 2006,” by White House, CC-0, and “President Bush Delivers State of the Union Address,” by Sheelah Craighead, White House, CC-0.

Figure 3.23 “Rally Cat”, by Dale Dulaney and Kalyca Schultz, Virginia Western Community College., CC-BY-2.0, derivative image using “David Ortiz Batters Box,” by SecondPrintProductions, Wikimedia, CC-BY-2.0, and “Bengal Cat,” by Roberto Shabs, Wikimedia, CC-By-2.0.

Figure 3.24 “Gaming”, by Dale Dulaney and Kalyca Schultz, Virginia Western Community College, CC-BY-2.0, derivative image using “Dataspel,” by Magnus Froderberg, Wikimedia, CC-BY-2.0.

Figure 3.25 “Inconsistency Fallacy”, by Dale Dulaney and Kalyca Schultz, Virginia Western Community College, CC-0, derivative image using “Tea Party Where is the Cake Grandma,” by Assy , pixabay, CC-0.

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