Two Ways A Woman Can Get Hurt: Advertising And Violence: Critical Analysis

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There are many different styles and strategies that authors use in their writing to get the audience’s attention or calling for actions. The authors use different strategies and styles in their writing to introduce their topic and their arguments. Each author has their own styles and strategies that they use to convey to the audience. In the article by Jean Kilbourne, “Two Ways A Woman Can Get Hurt: Advertising And Violence,” she talks about how women are being represented in the media as subordinate and as an object, in which those things lead to violence and abusive relationship. On the other hand, an article by Michael Kimmel, Violence” and “Bros Before Hos: The Guy Code,” Kimmel talks about the society standards for male. Furthermore, guys are taught to be strong and cannot show their emotions in any given situation. In two articles, both authors have different styles and strategies as well as similarity in their writing; such as purpose, intended audience, genre, stance, media/design, Logos, Ethos, and Pathos. …show more content…
The authors want the audiences to know what the writing is about and why they are writing it. In the article by Jean Kilbourne, “Two Ways A Woman Can Get Hurt: Advertising And Violence,” the purpose of the article is to let her audience know that women are being misrepresented in the media as tools for pleasure and entertainment. Whereas “Bros Before Hos: The Guy Code,” an article by Michael Kimmel, his purpose for writing this article is to show the audiences the expectations that society place on men as a way to show their masculinity. Even Though, both articles have different purposes; however, both authors are trying to get their idea across to the

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