Friday, October 12, 2007

Chapter Three by, Rena Blake

In discussing partisanship in chapter three, the author states that "it is not as much about identifying facts as it is about interpreting their meanings" pg. 63. This relates to evey aspect of our language as well. Facts in any case should be very black or white and clear to understand. The meaning of those fact however can be interpreted in sevral different ways. It all depends on the purpose and delivery of those facts. Its like the old saying "it's not what you say but how you say it".

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