Imagine you’re thinking about buying a new car
Respond to discussion question and also respond to Mariah. This needs to be at least a paragraph for each response.
Imagine you’re thinking about buying a new car. Before making this important decision, you’ll want to gather as much information as possible to help make the right choice. Determine the level of trust that you would place in information provided by the following sources: a salesman at the car lot, the dealer’s Website, social media (i.e. Facebook), an associate from work, and a close friend. Discuss the key factors involved in assessing the amount of trust that you put into each source.
Imagine you’re in a position to persuade another person. You sincerely believe that your position is 100% right. Explain whether or not you would slant information in such a way as to make your point(s) seem more credible. Discuss the primary ethical dilemmas that this scenario could cause for both you and the person whom you are trying to persuade.
If I was put in a situation where I had to persuade someone on something I thought was %100 correct I would not slant my information to persuade my argument. I guess this scenario really comes down to a person’s character. Some want to be politically correct so bad that they will go to any length to prove themselves.
In determining the level of trust I can put into any of these sources, (car salesman, the dealer’s website, social media, an associate from work and a close friend) when wanting to buy a new car, I would put my entire trust on a close friend. They would always want the best for me considering our relationship…………………………