First, write three universal generalizations of pop culture that you consider false. Then offer at least one reason against each of these generalizations, and argue that the generalization should be rejected. Explain your reasons in the narrative and rec

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First, write three universal generalizations of pop culture that you consider false. Then offer at least one reason against each of these generalizations, and argue that the generalization should be rejected. Explain your reasons in the narrative and reconstruct the arguments at the end. To receive all points, your writing project must:

1. Mention three universal generalization of popular culture

2. Have three narrative arguments, each of which challenges one of the generalizations by offering a counterexample

3. Have three clearly marked conclusions, one in each of the narratives, to the effect that the corresponding generalization is false

4. Have a reconstruction of each of the three arguments at the end

5. Be authentic (your own work, with all external sources cited), written in proper academic English, with full sentences that have been edited, and have between 300 and 600 words. For more on 5, go to Writing Projects, in GUIDES TO WRITING, Content, MATERIALS.

Instructor’s Example of One Such Generalization and Argument (yours should have three of them)

On my view, it is false that all celebrities are happy people. Consider the case of a famous singer of the late twentieth century, Tina Turner. Of course, famous singers count as celebrities. Although some of them may be happy people, others seem very unhappy (at least at some points in their lives). In the case of Tina Turner, in her autobiography and a movie inspired by it, Americans were presented with overwhelming evidence that during her first marriage, she was very unhappy. She suffered domestic violence from husband, who exploited her financially by taking the money she earned in her famous performances. In the book Tina gave great details of her unhappy relationship with Ike Turner and described the way she escaped from it. In consequence, her case proves that it is false that all celebrities are happy people.

P1. All celebrities are happy people

P2. Tina Turner is a celebrity who had a very unhappy life when married to Ike Turner

C1. Therefore, P1 should be rejected

For an explanation of universal generalizations, see How to Think Logically, chapter 6 and Glossary. In addition, keep in mind that you should

  • Mark the reconstructed arguments’ premises and conclusion with ‘P1,’ ‘P2,’ …’C1,’ C2,’ etc.
  • The total length of your work should be between 300 and 600 words.
  • The acceptable files are Microsoft Word Documents, Rich Text Format files, and PDF files.

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