Your task this week is to read Aaron R. Hanlon’s essay, “The Trigger Warning Myth,” available in your textbook. After you read this essay,

This week we have covered various aspects of the argument essay. You should understand the purpose of the argument essay, and you should understand how to think critically about it. This discussion will give you a chance to write about other people’s work to get a better sense of how others construct their arguments.
Your task this week is to read Aaron R. Hanlon’s essay, “The Trigger Warning Myth,” available in your textbook. After you read this essay, you will answer the following questions:
1. Why does Hanlon believe trigger warnings are useful and necessary?
Explain with evidence from the text.
2. What appeals does Hanlon use to enhance the persuasiveness of his claim? Explain with evidence from the text.
3. Do you agree or disagree with Hanlon’s position on trigger warnings. Provide your own examples to support your answer. Please be sure your discussion post is at least 350 words. Link to the textbook is here: https://sso.bncollege.com/bes-idp/logout?pub=WVVaQ== Login information: rowens@stu.southtexascollege.edu Dist2803@ The Trigger Warning Myth essay is on Page 515 in the textbook.