Respond to discussion question and also respond to Mariah. This needs to be at least a paragraph for each response.
So, assess the trust I would put into any of these sources. For starters I don’t believe any of these sources are technically credible. So, it all comes down to trust at this point. Which of these sources can you rely on the most? When faced with the situation of buying a new car and the sources of a car salesman, the dealer’s website, social media, an associate from work, and a close friend who would I think to trust the most? Of course, I would go with a close friend. In most cases a close friend has your best interest at heart is going to give you the best advice based off your relationship. Next, I would have to go with social just because you can get a poll of multiple people’s opinion all at once and use that to compare your decision. An associate from work is not really a good source to me because its not really a close friend and the most likely would care less about helping you make a good decision on purchasing a car. Lastly, I believe the most bias an untrustworthy source would be the cars salesman and the dealers website. Obviously, they have one motive only and that’s to get you to make a purchase from them. You can’t trust that they are going to give you and honest feedback when they have one goal to meet. I am not saying every cars sales man do not have genuine motives, but we can only go off our own judgement in these scenarios.
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.
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