The Price Of Shame Rhetorical Analysis

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Rhetorical Analysis of” The Price of Shame” Cyber-bullying is defined as a social phenomenon that causes physical, psychological, and emotional harassment, it is becoming a worldwide problem due to a global existence of social media. Many people do not know how to patronize others, every standpoint could impact one’s life, and every rush on making an unbearable judgment on social media destroy people psychologically and emotionally. Moreover, people can never imagine that their opinions and thoughts might affect others in some different ways.
“The Price of Shame” is a video found on TED talk by Monica Lewinsky, who stands to oppose the cyber-bullying case. Lewinsky is calling people to take an action to stop it from happening and trying to open people’s eyes to see that cyber-bullying is rapidly increasing all over the world. On her speech, Lewinsky persuades her audience, International citizens, through her honesty as she spoke against cyber-bullying, from which she personally suffered, through the active use of kairos, emotions, and logos to bond with her audience to earn their trust and convince them
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Bullying used to be acted across schools and family. However, it is becoming an online harassment habit for some. Cyber-bullying is being anonymously acted on people without borders nor rules, to embarrass and stab them with words. Many believe that cyber-bullying is becoming the worldwide marketplace. This is how it works, the more shame one can get, the more online viewers and the more money a person gets from another’s suffering (Lewinsky). In light of this, imagine what Tylor’s roommate got from publishing such scandal of his and beloved one. The only thing that came out from this online harassment is Taylor’s death. However, Lewinsky is convincing her audience to take her side to stand behind victims, because people’s opinions and judgments might affect one’s life and help them from

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