What false conclusions and possible resulting actions might occur on the basis of this illogical statement?

Activity Resources:
Common Logical Fallacies
Developing as Rational Persons: Viewing Our Development in Stages
Preparing the Discussion Post

Skill Builder: Becoming a Rational Thinker
An important step toward learning to think critically is assessing your level of development as a rational thinker. The Critical Thinking Community has collected resources, tutorials, and articles to help you follow a path toward being a rational/critical thinker.

Take the first step here, and examine your own level of rational thinking with this article: Developing as Rational Persons: Viewing Our Development in Stages.

You are strongly encouraged to keep a journal similar to the one discussed in Stage Four on this site. You will not need to share any personal information with your Faculty; however, keeping a journal in which you evaluate your current level of thinking, outline steps to improve your critical thinking, and keep tabs on your progress can be a powerful tool in your maturation as a thinker and scholar.

Main Task: Apply Critical Thinking
You will now begin to become familiar with one aspect of critical thinking recognizing logical fallacies. This website Common Logical Fallacies provides a list of common logical fallacies and offers two examples for each fallacy. For this activity give one example for each of the four following logical fallacies.
1. Non Sequitur
2. Faulty Analogy
3. Hasty Generalization
4. Equivocation
Be sure to use examples that relate to your own field of study, either example that you create yourself, or that you locate in articles in your field. Be sure to follow APA form and style to cite any outside source.

“VERY IMPORTANT”
Then, choose any other logical fallacy from the list of logical fallacies. Find an example of this fallacy in the news media or in an internet source related to your field. Share the example, and the source,

In addition to your content post, in which you offer your examples of the four logical fallacies listed and your "mystery logical fallacy", for your 75-100 word response post, identify the "mystery logical fallacy" in another student’s post. The student post could be a current student or a past student post. Then, according to the content of the fallacy and the source, explain the impact you think that such faulty logic would have on the beliefs and behavior of the general public? What false conclusions and possible resulting actions might occur on the basis of this illogical statement?

PLEASE PREPARE MAKE SURE THAT THE CONTENT POST IS NO LONGER THAN WHAT IS SPECIFIED BELOW.
Length: Content post 150-200 words; response post 75-100 words.

Both your content post and your response post should reflect a collegial attitude, be free of grammar and spelling errors, and include all five of the elements mentioned above.
NOTE THAT THE FIRST SOURCES USED ARE TO WRITE SAMPLES ABOUT THE FOLOWING LOGICAL FALLACIES
Common Logical Fallacies
Developing as Rational Persons: Viewing Our Development in Stages
1. Non Sequitur
2. Faulty Analogy
3. Hasty Generalization
4. Equivocation
THEN YOU MOST FIND ANOTHER SOURCE FOR THE OTHER LOGICAL FALLACIES WHERE YOU WILL WRITE THE EXAMPLE OF THE FALLACY AND THE SOURCE AND WOULD LET ME KNOW WHAT LOGICAL FALLACY DOES THIS REFERS TO.

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