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 Author: gurpreet07 [ 20 Jan 2009, 01:39 ] Post subject: Re: Political advocacy groups have begun to use information services to di clearly C.................the last sentence of the argument itself states that "information services present a more balanced picture of the complexities of political issues than any traditional news source presents"....now if we have a look at option C then it holds that since the information on poilitcal issues does not come entirely from advocay group that share a single bias so therfore the information services presents a more realistic and balanced picture of the complexities of political issues .

 Author: newconcept123 [ 18 Jan 2016, 07:09 ] Post subject: Re: Political advocacy groups have begun to use information services to di Here are my two centsTough one.Premise 1: information service help people bypass the newspaper to present the information in public.Premise 2: newspaper is selectiveConclusion: information service provide a more balanced viewAssumption Question Type, so negation method can be helpfulAt first glance, i am confused between C and D:Let us negate D and we get a sentence: Traditional news sources report the views of political advocacy groups accuratelyDoes this necessarily weaken the argument? Maybe a little.Let us negate C: Information on political issues disseminated through information services come almost entirely from advocacy groups that share a single bias.It exactly weakens the argument.Hope it works for you.

 Author: mallya12 [ 29 Jan 2019, 23:02 ] Post subject: Re: Political advocacy groups have begun to use information services to di Option C perfectly makes sense. But what if people don't have computers. Isn't this an assumption that the author makes? Can someone explain option A on this basis.

 Author: dcummins [ 19 Sep 2019, 18:09 ] Post subject: Re: Political advocacy groups have begun to use information services to di The sooner you realise that the topic is actually information services, not political groups, the easier your life will become in answering this question.

 Author: RashedVai [ 27 Nov 2019, 05:46 ] Post subject: Re: Political advocacy groups have begun to use information services to di Evidence:Info Service ----> Personal Comp ----> PublicInfo Service bypasses TraditionalTraditional is selective.Conclusion:Info Service is more balanced.WHY IS THIS ARGUMENT BAD? The author is essentially saying IS (info service) is more balanced than TN (traditional news) because IS bypasses it. Isn't it possible for IS to bypass TN and ALSO be biased? The author is assuming that both these things cannot be true.Assumption: You can't bypass TN and also be biased.Even if the answer choices don't give us this verbatim, I expect the scope of the correct answer to focus on the ideas of "bypassing" and "balanced."(C) is the only choice that even comes close to our prediction. (C) says "IS is NOT biased." Since "IS" is what we mean when we say "bypass TN," it must be correct.

 Author: lostincr [ 15 Feb 2020, 02:18 ] Post subject: Re: Political advocacy groups have begun to use information services to di Option a and c there might be a slight confusion.a talks about the channel and its accessibility and its degree of effectiveness whereas c addresses the source of its incubation which is directly mentioned in the argument.

 Author: Saasingh [ 10 Jul 2020, 05:10 ] Post subject: Re: Political advocacy groups have begun to use information services to di Hello Everyone, I have a query.It is taking me too long to do these kind of problems with accuracy. I took 3.07 minutes to solve this. Is it too bad? I am generally stuck between 2 options, and I negate those two options only. But, I spent most time in understanding the stimulus, clearly which takes me almost 1.50 minutes with language like this question's. Any suggestions?Regards,Saakhi

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