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Scare Tactics, the first book on the subject, provides a theory of the structure of reasoning used in fear and threat appeal argumentation.
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These include stories by familiar figures such as Edith Wharton, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and Charlotte Perkins Gilman, as well as by authors almost wholly unknown to twenty-first-century readers, such as Josephine Dodge Bacon, Alice Brown, ...
scare tactics from books.google.com
In Scare Tactics: The Politics of International Rivalry, Michael P. Colaresi explains how domestic institutions and interactions among nations converge to create incentives for either war or peace.
scare tactics from books.google.com
A selection of five original tales of horror, accompanied by "The Guardian," a full-length novel about a child enmeshed in a web of evil and terror
scare tactics from books.google.com
An insider's guide to the creative end of horror movie making, from concept to saleable package
scare tactics from books.google.com
When a string of robberies and other crimes occur in Gotham City, caused by the terrifying killer known as Mr. Toxic, the Dark Knight has to piece together the mystery while dealing with an attack on Arkham Asylum.
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Now, John Russo, who helped write & produce the now-classic Night of the Living Dead, has written this complete insider's guide to the creative end of movie-making, from concept to writing to selling your movie.
scare tactics from books.google.com
Batman must face the madness of the Mad Hatter, and then take on the Talons of the Court of Owls!
scare tactics from books.google.com
What is especially significant to note is that Jason defines 'scare tactics' in such a way that anargument using scare tacticsis fallacious becauseituses devicesthatdo not “constitute evidence.” Thus the argument incase 3.7 shouldbe contrasted,...