Find a story about the dangers of false memories (video, article, etc).

These are 5 different bullet points that need to be answered.1 paragraph each. 1) Find a story about the dangers of false memories (video, article, etc). Describe it, and determine how you could avoid creating and/ or believing in false memories. 2) Describe a problem you have faced or are currently facing in your life. Next, solve the problem using the five-step problem-solving process. 3) Define emotive language and rhetorical devices (at least 3). Next, give an example of how we can use language to persuade and/ or manipulate. This can be an example from recent news events, movies, books, your life, etc. 4) Opposing Viewpoints: select a controversial issue, write a paragraph for and against the issue. Include evidence from one source (article, video, etc). 5) What is a confirmation bias? Give an example of a confirmation bias from recent news stories. Explain why you think the speaker engaged in a confirmation bias.

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