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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
Kaci Lee, Kaci McMayon Lee, OHH KACI STARZ. WILD COUNTRY: Scare Tactics PaperDoll Lyric Book 10 Series: THE WARSOL EFFECT Wild Country: Scare Tactics PaperDoll Lyric Book 10 Series: THE WARSOL EFFECT Copyright 2019 ...
scare tactics from books.google.com
If the scare tactics were used to emphasize or highlight an argument that convincingly argued for the usefulness of the product, the ad baculum appeal would not be so suspicious. But in this case it seems that the appeal to fear is used more as ...
scare tactics from books.google.com
This book reveals the skilful tactics of the Apache people as they raided and eluded the much larger and better-equipped US government forces.
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Expectations won't be disappointed in the mother of all Spider-stories! Collects SPIDER-WOMAN #1-5.
scare tactics from books.google.com
Creating Fear in a Risky World Generating Effective Health Risk Messages Michael T. Stephenson Kim Witte It is often ... In response, some health educators and practitioners have adopted the use of scare tactics, or fear appeal messages,  ...
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By that time some Houstonians were beginning to perceive that the use of Red Scare tactics might be the easiest way to ensure success in contests over public issues. The controversy over zoning in 1947 is an example of this new awareness.