Learning Activity 4: Objective Vs. Subjective Exercise

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Learning Activity #4: Objective vs Subjective Exercise How and why understanding the differences between objective and subjected statements, reasoning will help me achieve academic success?
Because of the formula and methodology used which is often used in mainstream media, books, programs, films, movies, articles, music, religion and a plethora of other different genre’s we are often misinformed or given a half- truth on a particular subject and therefore as the general population, we don’t sift through the mound of information we would typically believe what is printed or stated based on the source that is releasing the information or making the statement without us researching and sorting through the information. Case in point through
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We can be easily persuaded because of the star status or the source. Now for an argument they do the same for lest just say aids or cancer research campaign, they also employ certain movie stars or athletes to be a spokesperson for their campaign in order to gain more supporters through various charitable campaigns so in some cases many people give support because it’s the right thing to do, and also as an incentive with the idea of encouraging people to give generously and support would be to have a spokesperson who is a well- known star-studded figure because they are idolized based on that fact many people …show more content…
This is just a couple of examples that we see all the time that take place in main-stream media, journalism, books, movies as well as other things all around us every day so the importance of understanding the differences between objective and subjective statements reasoning will not only help me in achieving success in academia but it will also help improve the quality of my life, using these formulas will help me differentiate and separate truth from that which is false or falsity and knowing this will help improve in the quality of having positive conversation and healthy dialog is not a matter of who’s right or wrong but having balance knowing the difference even in have disagreement also being able to agree to disagree but separating the two versus the subjective preferences, likes and dislikes. This will improve writing, reading, researching and the quality of discussion and debate without it turning into a heated argument or a

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