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    former Vice-President Al Gore, is trying to make the public aware of global warming. Al Gore wants to let people know global warming is real, and is trying to persuade the world to do something about global warming. To persuade the world, Gore uses three rhetorical strategies: pathos (the use of emotions), logos (the use of facts), and ethos (the use of speaker 's authority and honesty). By using these three rhetorical strategies from Aristotle, Gore wants to persuade the world to something about global warming and save the Earth. One strategy Gore uses is pathos. In the beginning of the documentary, he uses humor to be more involved with the audience.…

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    book did not prevent people further harming the earth. In fact, the issue is still as pressing as ever. After the losing the presidential election of 2008 to Mr. Bush, Al Gore began research and wrote a book, “The Inconvenient Truth”, He created a large powerpoint addressing climate change. So far he has travelled to many cities and countries to spread the concern of climate change. He talked many subject in the book for example CO2 increase, greenhouse effect, melting or collapse of a major…

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    Gore The Future

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    “The Future” is served as a guide for all those trying to foresee and forecast the social future as well as those trying to figure out how our emerging global society works. Al Gore begins his book with a look at the global economy, and more specifically how the global economy is impacting the world of work. The book does not only show how the world has evolved since the last few decades, but it also talks about the expected challenges that we have to meet when it comes to the extreme changing…

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    Everything one sees, hears, and reads in a campaign advertisement comes with a purpose and a particular message; nothing is by accident. Al Gore’s “1969”, one of many campaign advertisements during the 2000 presidential election paints Al Gore as a candidate years in the making, someone they can trust, and someone who is willing to…

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    Al Gore travels to share his vast knowledge on the issue of global warming. In 2006 his journey sharing this information all around the world was turned into a documentary titled “The Inconvenient Truth”. Rhetorical devices are Al Gore’s main means of making the threat understandable and intriguing to his audience. Gore uses emotions, logic, and credibility in his speech and presentation to make simple statistics and facts more interesting to the audience both in house and at home so the…

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    warming changed, this was something that was politically influenced on Mitt Romney this was not his own views. It has been shown even if a political candidate does not care at all about the climate he will support the change just to receive the votes when election day comes. 2.5 times more registered voters will support a presidential candidate or congress if their views are supporting global warming. (Leiserowitz) The view on global warming between both political party’s Republicans and…

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    Global warming is a serious problem, and it’s just that; a global issue. We have to make sure that we catch up with the rest of the world, because the fate of the world literally hangs in the balance of this. Our world is the only one we have, and Al Gore’s documentary proves so much of this. He’s proven that the planet’s CO2 emissions are rising. He’s proven that the atmosphere is deteriorating. He’s proven that we cannot let our planet deteriorate any further. The question is, what did he want…

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    “The Inconvenient Truth” Albert Al Gore is an American politician and environmentalist. His argument about raising public awareness of the dangers of global warming and calls for immediate action to curb its destructive effects on the environment in a movie, “Inconvenient Truth” is motivation enough to make the audience take some action. In his speech, he used ethos, pathos, and logos in a reasonable way that made audience change in emotions and persuade to take action in that awareness it…

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    global warming by director Davis Guggenheim. The film is based on a multimedia presentation that gave Al Gore in over a thousand cities around the world in recent years and presents a disturbing picture of the destruction that is causing global warming and horrible future that awaits us if this problem is not addressed soon. Gore presents a graph demonstrating a connection between CO2 levels and temperature during 600.000 years based on samples of polar ice profundos.1 In that time period CO2…

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    In the book, The Assault on Reason by Al Gore, the first chapter; “Introduction” is an excellent chapter that explains today’s America. Gore’s main point is how news media has changed with time, from the type of information it contains to the way it is spread to civilians. Also by the ways that government uses media as advertainment to win their elections. He also talks about the Founding Fathers plan to have a democratic country and having freedom of speech. Gore mainly argues about how…

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