QAPhilosophy › The term realism refers to:
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The term realism refers to:

A. using as much descriptive language as possible.

B. allowing the reader to draw his or her own conclusions.

C. describing things just as they are.

D. making things better than they actually are.

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Answer: C. describing things just as they are.

In realism, the perception of things is just as they are. Situations are seen, accepted, and dealt with just as they are without any form of emotional influence. A realist, therefore, will not stay hopeful or optimistic about something that will clearly fail or turn out bad.

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