Logical Fallacy Storyboard
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Schools Should Have Dress Codes
Straw Man- Intentionally caricaturing a person's argument with the aim of attacking the caricature rather than the actual argument
So by saying schools should require dress codes, you're saying everyone should have to dress the exact same boring way.
No, not at all..
Appeal to Irrelevant Authority-an appeal to one's sense of modesty [Engel], which is to say, an appeal to the feeling that others are more knowledgeable.
I've been a pro football player for 10 years now, and I say school dress codes are necessary for a positive learning environment.
You've been acting out ever since the dress code was done away with, so it must be this new "self expression" making you misbehave.
Not a Cause for a Cause- assumes a cause for an event where there is no evidence that one exists.
Appeal to Fear- plays on the fears of an audience by imagining a scary future that would be of their making if some proposition were accepted.
I highly suggest you vote in favor of the dress code, or kids will start to lash out in schools.
Appeal to Hypocrisy-involves countering a charge with a charge, rather than addressing the issue being raised, with the intention of diverting attention away from the original argument.
She clearly doesn't know what is best for students concerning the teenagers, her child was arresested last week!
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