Fortunately, I worked so hard to meet this objective. In a nutshell, deductive reasoning is the logical argument that begins from a general point to some specific before making a conclusion. Contrarily, inductive is that which starts from a definite/particular and expands to include other elements of the same nature before making an inclusive conclusion. To make this practical and real, I reviewed several research papers that could provide me with clear, logical arguments. I discovered that research is either deductively or inductively developed. The essence of generalizability makes the research work demonstrate great inductive reasoning. For instance, scientists having performed tests one sample conclude that the whole population from which the sample was obtained bears the same characteristics. I grasped this topic extensively having reviewed several written pieces of literature (Singmann and Klauer, 248-249).
Consequently, fallacies and language propaganda are everyday misuses of language. People engage in several cases where they inaccurately generalize other people stereotypically either to serve their self-interest or based on inaccurate information they acquired. A fallacy like ‘all men are the same’ is one of the common language propaganda that should be demystified. Of course all men cannot be the same; men vary in different aspects such as height, complexion, attitude, personality among others. This objective was met by engaging in social interactions to identify some of the common fallacies people make in everyday life and indeed, several were noticed.
I was expected to be in a position to utilize the codes of logics that demand an inference should be well supported by both valid and sound propositions to make the validate the argument. This is one thing I did achieve after exploring numerous books and journals especially those