Problem Agreement, disagreement and opinion given without supporting evidence are not adequate as critical evaluations. Unsupported views are not usually acceptable in academic work. Solution Evidence and examples should be used to give an informed view. If the evidence doesn’t support the opinion, then the opinion is probably wrong. If the facts do support the opinion, this evidence should be used to support it.
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