Analysis Of The Salvation Army

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Everything Isn’t Always What It Seems Salvation Army put out this image of a young girl who is laying on the ground covered in cuts and bruises. She has a busted open lip and a black eye. As she lays on the ground, the background has a plain and a colorless effect has been given to it by only using grey and white. The dress she is wearing is apart of the “viral dress” argument. A dress, which was originally black and blue yet seemed to be white and gold to many people. The dress then became famous or “viral”, it was a mind blowing illusion that many people chose to argue about. The image that has been chosen to analyze has some 2 sections of text on it, the first is bold and it states “Why is it so hard to see black and blue” (2015). This …show more content…
Salvation Army also gives a reliable and safe place to stay for women who have been abused. “Ron Busroe, national spokesman for Salvation Army USA, said the campaign turned a trivial conversation into something meaningful. And in the United States, it has drawn attention to the organization’s services for domestic-violence victims. The Salvation Army is the second-largest provider of such services in the country, with 18 domestic-violence shelters. That part of its mission that is little known, he said.” (O’Neil, 2015, par.13) This quote is relevant due to the fact Busroe is telling us about the Salvation Army and their efforts to provide services for those who have been a …show more content…
That statistic was also there to inform the viewer that we could help that one in every six, we could get the safe haven, and get them away from their abusers. “Domestic violence ‘is something that hits home all over the world,’ Ms. Holmes said by telephone from Johannesburg. ‘I think it is something that happens in more places and households than what we would like to think.’” (O’Neil, 2015, par.3). The relevance of this quote roots from the logos argument. It argues by using logic and

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