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    Introduction Ethos refers to the credibility of the author, any appeals that influence the target audience 's perception of the author 's credibility and authority on the topic are considered to be ethos. To make it easier to comprehend, does the advertisement seen trustworthy? But, ethos is a double sided blade, it can be established or destroyed in many different ways and depend on how you use it. It 's up to you to figure out how to effectively establish ethos. And what mistakes might…

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    Google, Google, www.google.com/search?safe=strict&ei=SjdtWqJmkZzPAsqmh4gM&q=epa%2Bpr%2Bspecialist&oq=EPA%2BPR%2BSpec&gs_l=psy-ab.3.0.33i21k1j33i160k1.3189.4328.0.5496.5.5.0.0.0.0.130.535.2j3.5.0....0...1c.1.64.psy-ab..0.4.404...0j0i22i30k1.0.nHUlsyoBAjA&ibp=htl%3Bjobs#fpstate=tldetail&htidocid=EbJ8Q6zBWTPBDB0IAAAAAA%3D%3D&htivrt=jobs. Public Relations Through Time, www.ipr.org.uk/public-relations-through-time.html. “Will your job go extinct? Find out how precarious your profession is.” The…

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    Eric Schlosser, the author of Fast Food Nation, used techniques of persuasion through ethos, pathos, and logos and they help him become credible when it comes to uncovering the dark sides of the fast food industry. Schlosser’s audience are the people who eat at fast food establishments and who buy their products without knowing what it takes to serve it. By analyzing the book we can see how the author’s use of rhetoric analysis supports his argument. It not only benefited his purpose, but it…

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    Fast Food Corporations

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    we all know, food production has drastically increased in the past 100 years. With the development of fast food companies such as McDonalds, who are the biggest buyers of potatoes, pork lettuce, tomatoes and apples, food production corporations like IBP (Tyson Foods), Smithfield Foods, JBS USA (Swift) and Cargill Foods, had to adjust to the large demand. This made the companies, which in 1970s controlled 25% of the market, today control more than 80%. Significantly fast increase in manufacture,…

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    executive, legislative, and judicial. The executive branch contains the president and two vice presidents. The president is head of the state and government elected by popular vote for a five-year term in addition to eligibility for nonconsecutive terms (IBP, Inc. 13). Additionally, the president appoints the council of ministers in Peru there are eighteen different miseries such as environment, defense, as well as education (Honda 33). The legislative branch made up of one hundred thirty…

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    Hog Farming Pros And Cons

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    Millions of pigs are raised in pins big enough for them to only stand and lay down in. There are more than 80,000 pigs slaughtered per day. (the book p 16) The big businesses such as Smithfield, Tyson/IBP, Swift, and Cargill/Excel control 64% of the pork industry. Smithfield is one the large major companies used in the hog market, they provide at least 800,000 pigs. (the book p16) When growers complain of hog farming, there is usually no way for them…

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    1) In the past, the meatpacking business is probably one of the most demanded and high-paying jobs where employees are highly skilled. As time passed, the meatpacking business became modernized, in which employees with skill are no longer needed. Follow McDonalds’ footstep, the meatpacking industry started to integrate the factory assemble line in their system and it resulted in the firing of hundreds of workers. With this new system, each worker stood in spot along the line performing the same…

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    of Chicago. This all changed when competition led some companies to slaughter cattle in the West, with less skilled workers packaging the meat and delivering it directly to the supermarket, thus cutting out any need for a butcher. As companies like IBP sped up…

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    Eric Schlosser, in his book, Fast Food Nation, advocates for changes in how American food is recently being produced in meatpacking industries. Schlosser’s purpose is to end meatpackers ability to sell and raise their cattle as they wish even if it is less than acceptable. He argues against the corporate corruption using the devices of anecdote, logos, and tone. Schlosser begins chapter nine of his book by narrating the consequences of the industrialization of beef in america. He appeals to the…

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    The Credibility of Eric Schlosser’s Ethos Ethos is the credibility or ethical appeal that involves persuasion by the character of the author. Authors use ethos to become trustworthy in the eyes of his or her readers. In the afterword, Schlosser provides supplementary information after the initial publication of the book. In nonfiction expose, Fast Food Nation: The Dark Side of the All-American Meal, Eric Schlosser explores the dark side of the fast food industry. The additional information in…

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