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    five pentadic elements of an analysis of the artifact. Second, I will weigh the five elements against one another and identify the relationships to one another, or ratios, that are essential to the rhetorical motives. Finally, I will distinguish the dominant element that will provide insight on the central and most influential intention of the Checkers speech Act Act is the first step of the Pentad that Burke developed. The act is what happened and why is it becoming a conflict. It is the main reason why there is a conflict in the first place. In application of the first level of the dramatism theory, the act component is the speech itself, with the goal of restoring America’s…

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    Cole DeLatte Aimee Barrios English 101 11-14-2017 “Checkers” The “Checkers Speech” or “Fund Speech” was an address to the public made on September 23, 1952, by Richard Nixon, the Republican candidate for Vice President of the United States. Nixon had been accused to of using money from a fund established by his campaign funders to reimburse him for his political expenses. It was a half hour speech televised from Los Angeles with the purpose of persuading the public into supporting him, attack…

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    Burke’s Pentadic Analysis of Richard Nixon’s “Checkers Speech” Introduction In 1952, Vice Presidential candidate Richard Nixon made a speech on television to address the accusations of using campaign funds for use personal uses. Nixon addressed the issue in what has famously become known as the “Checkers Speech”. The half-hour speech was the first American political speech to be televised live for a national audience of around 60 million people (Byron). A 1999 poll of communication scholars…

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    Richard Nixon’s Checkers Speech On September 23, 1952 Richard Nixon, a candidate for vice president, gave his famous “Checkers speech” to persuade the American people and potential voters that he was an innocent family man who would never take bribes. The American populace thought he had received over 18,000 dollars worth of bribes, and for him to save his and Eisenhower’s chances of winning the election he gave a speech with an innocent family man appeal that then shifted to an accusatory…

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    Forget the image of the lone developer, sitting alone in a room coding on a Matrix-like black and green screen. No matter the code produced, developers need to be not only good oral communicators, they must also be able to write well. But we all struggle to use the language correctly and in a business where teams have developers with different native languages (my first language is Portuguese) we all need some help. In this post, I 'll provide an overview of some techniques and tools that…

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    Schools have slowly started to bring technology into the classroom, at the same time teachers have made rules and regulations where the teacher restrict the use of technology in the same classrooms for the fear of it being abused. I personally have come into contact with different schools with different looks at technology and how it is used in the classrooms there. When I was at the school where they have allowed or given the students access to technology, students seemed to really like the…

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    Fact Checking

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    I want to preface my discussion with firstly expressing gratitude for being one of several news outlets that strive to keep the audience informed during the presidential race. This year has been without a doubt an exciting one for both news consumers and journalists alike. Never before have we witnessed what is arguably one of the most influential positions in the world be challenged by two individuals that are not particularly liked by many people. New York Times has not only been one of my…

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    First Website: www.factcheck.org This is personally one of my most frequented websites because of the last election period. Factcheck.org is one of the oldest fact checking websites on the Internet today. Since starting in 2003, the website has made it a part of their mission statement to “increase public knowledge and understanding” so that viral and false rumors don’t run rampant in our society. Because of their goal to boost awareness, the website has always been very transparent about where…

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    languages. By incorporating these words we can change the whole tone of a sentence. “I long for a hug” is an Anglo-Saxon choice of words; blunt and straight forward. Whereas choosing the words “I desire your erotic embrace” instead is a Latin-based choice which has a much deeper emotional current. To truly provoke the pathos with poignant prose you have to pull at the heart of a reader with your choice of words. Knowing the origin or etymology of a word tells you which selections go well…

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    Public Speaking book have given me a great amount of knowledge on the topic of Public Speaking. From speech one to speech speech four I have improved in language/style, organization/structure, supporting my ideas, vocal delivery, and physical delivery. Words are anything but powerless language helps the audience to understand and create meaning. Language can bring people together for a common cause, and language can persuade the audience to act a certain way. In my first speech I thought I…

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