please answer the following:
- First, according to the Eubanks piece, “What If We’re Wrong About What’s Wrong With Argument“(file uploaded) what is “wrong” with public argument?
- Eubanks lists at least three features central to “nonproductive” argument. Be sure to list the three, and for each, as always, provide textual support to help clarify what Eubanks means. (e.g. “On page 3 Eubanks writes…”)
- Second, how does the internet/digital/multimedia format of public arguments contribute to these problems?
- Please try to use insight about internet arguments from “This Video Will Make You Angry” Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rE3j_RHkqJc – as well as Ch. 16 from EAA and your own understanding of and experience with digital media (including social media)!
- (Look for chapter 16 in the textbook I uploaded)