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    Angry God” which help trigger the “Great Awaking” from 1737-1750. He uses persuasion such as figurative language, emotional appeal, and many more to convince the unconverted to believe in “God” and “HIS holy ways” and save them from “Hell” and bring them to “Heaven”, Edwards’s persuasion writing skills converted many people and he did it all because he uses emotional appeals,…

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    would much rather prefer the treatments they use in Africa, which is mentioned at 15:27, where they bring people in the sunlight, and create an experience that gets your blood and body moving. His method of using different facts to bring emotional appeals makes his arguments more convincing. He also uses metaphors to enhance his arguments. When he compares depression to a rust spot on a iron fence (24:32),…

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    and obnoxious generation composed of “snowflake children” (par. 23), due to “overprotective” (par. 7) and “rescuing” (par. 8) parents who are “stuck to them like glue” (par. 16). While Wente does make an effectively emotional (almost convincing) appeal, the article falls flat for Wente as she lends a voice to “prejudice” and construes a “black-and-white” way of thinking throughout “without acknowledging any gray areas” (Prinsen 4) whereby lacking any rational…

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    I choose Human Trafficking because it is something that I do not know to much about personally. I have seen some of it in different forms of media, such as television and in the news, but other than that it is talked about very much. It was very interesting actually seeing facts about it. I did second guess myself when doing both Major Assignment one and Major Assignment two. It was due to the fact that it is very hard to find specific numbers on the number of people involved in it because it is…

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    officers who lack the significant abilities incoming students have. Placing the students and admission system on opposite sides of the spectrum, heightens the importance of an admission reform at superior colleges. He continues to add to his emotional appeal by introducing a sensitive topic. Cole suggests filling diversity quotas for the school year inhibits the potential of many students to succeed in prestigious colleges. These students, who were the brightest minds of their class, were turned…

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    Analysis Essay: My Mother Never Worked The main idea in the essay My Mother Never Worked by Bonnie Smith-Yackel is that society/the system is designed in a way that discards or disregards housewives ' hard work. The purpose of this essay to relay the life of the writer 's mother so that readers can realize how hard a housewife really works, as opposed to the stereotypical belittlement that comes with being a housewife. The author effectively uses dialogue, flashbacks and irony to convey how…

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    She knows how to puts a sentence together that will make you think about what you read on a moral level (Marcotte n. pag.). She knows when to appeal to certain emotions throughout her article to build off of those feelings. Comparing this to Babich’s article where he doesn’t use emotions as well as Marcotte. His emotional appeals weren’t as well constructed as Marcotte’s. The strongest element for Babich was his analyzation. He analyzed his evidence wonderfully every time he could…

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    her use of experiences also varies in the usage to gain an effective emotional and logical response from her audience. Obama starts her speech by first establishing an amiable relationship and credibility with her intended audience. She makes an appeal to the students, family members, and important figures…

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    The logical appeal that I see is that Matthew McConaughey is driving the Lincoln Continental everyone else should drive it too. He’s a celebrity and everyone wants to have a little piece of a celebrity. I don’t think there are any emotional appeals in this advertisement. The one I see is that everyone has some sort of emotional appeal towards Matthew McConaughey so that might convince a few people to buy the car. A target…

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    Even though this case started in 2013 it is still in courts to this date with appeals. Plaintiff: Edward C. O’Bannon, Jr Defendant Appellee, National Collegiate Athletic Association, AKA the NCAA Defendants: Electronic Arts, Inc.; Collegiate Licensing Company AKA CLA, Presiding Judge: Claudia Wilken, Senior District Judge Court: Northern District of California Appeals Court: Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Appeals Date: September 2016 A little history of the case: This litigation is…

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