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    of a company style logo & illustrated report Introduction Logos are said to be the face of a company no substance whether it is a little one or a multinational huge. Cols’ computer shop is a new computer shop opening in the Bolton area. In this report I will be investigate methods of promoting Cols’ computer shop and show how I came to create the final logo. I will the research I made to help me come to my decision. I also be used existing companies back up my research and point. I will also be discuss the benefits and drawbacks of different type of digital entertainment. I will also discuss how this research together with the target audience has influenced the design of the logo. Final I will be given a recommendations on other…

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    Ethos, Pathos, And Logos

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    Bleh, locking down a clear understanding of ethos, pathos, and logos took a significant amount of time and research. Being able to apply this concept to a paper I found to be even more difficult especially in clarifying ethos and logos. In my mind, I over simplified the two concepts to ethos equaling credibility and logos to mean the accuracy of the information, but in my research, this was not always the case. In a basic Google search of rhetoric and web design, many sources stated that logos…

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    Rhetoric Logos And Pathos

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    strategies in an aim to induce the speaker’s crowd. Therefore, today we are going to examine the “three artistic proofs” in rhetoric Logos, Pathos and Ethos. Ethos is an ethical appeal which essentially means persuading an audience through the credibility of the author; we as humans incline to trust people whom we respect. Logos means convincing using logical reasoning. Last but not least Pathos which is appealing to the audience’s emotions hence will work perfectly because again we as humans…

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    “Sorry I’m late, traffic was crazy!” That excuse has been used by everyone at least once. There are many people who use excuses like that all the time because they have no responsibility for themselves. There are a couple people who never use excuses, those people are vulnerable and accept when they do wrong. The Achievement Habit by Bernard Roth has many examples of ethos, pathos, and logos in chapter 2, “Reasons are Bullshit” and makes an effective argument by using Aristotle’s rhetorical…

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    When trying to persuade someone, in text and speech, using persuasive appeals will help get the people on that person 's perspective. But, what is a persuasive appeal? It is the usage of ethos, logos, pathos and sometimes figurative language to efficiently convince the person(s) to to believe and agree; yet some people do not know what ethos, logos, and pathos are. Ethos: is convincing someone of the character or credibility of the persuader; logos: is an appeal to logic, and is a way of…

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    Brands are everywhere in today’s society, and with brands come their logos. The capitalist society that we live in is overcome with mass branding and competition to have the best product. Schools, sports activities and streets are bombarded with logos and branding that at one point did not exist. In No Logo, Naomi Klein emphasizes the impact that large corporations have on branding, and in turn, how this affects our point of view on logos. She elaborates on the history of manufacturing and…

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    “To be or, not to be”, famous words from a well-known author in English history. Penguin books created a print ad that incorporated three famous others into a well-known accessory of headphones. A winner of a “Gold Press Lion at Cannes International Festival of Creativity.” the ad has become a great component of bringing in a new range of how to perceive an audiobook. Let alone the creativity of this miraculous ad brings about the new age of paying tribute to the long-lost history of English…

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    Week 2: Discussion 1 After considering the information in this week’s instructor guidance and readings, I understand ethos, pathos, and logos to be..... as a student of Ashford University I have access to many resources like the scholarly source from ashfords library which gives me the ethos to my argument with creditable and trustworthy information for my readers...The pathos is the audience I need to persuade with the true facts and non-biased opinions on the constructed…

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    Brands The American marketing Association defines a brand as ‘’a name, term, sign, symbol, design or a combination of them, intended to identify the goods and services of one seller or group of sellers and to differentiate them from those of competitors.’’ (CAREY, 2006, p. 247) The Brand is a symbol of the product that produced by a company and given a specific identity to the product that could be a name, logos, characters, symbols and etc. It helps to identify the product with the different…

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    A quality debate or discussion is characterized by the use of rhetoric and the three appeals: logos, ethos, and pathos—which are considered the building blocks of rhetoric. According to Webster’s dictionary, rhetoric is “The art of speaking with propriety, elegance, and force”. Rhetoric is powerful, it gives a person power to change another one’s stance. Rhetoric has not always been used for good however, things like, the Nazi propaganda machine, hate speeches and morally wrong agendas, have…

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