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  • Persuasive Language Analysis Essay

    Year 9 Persuasive Language Analysis Task Text 1 1. What is the author’s main contention? The authors main contention is to explain why the date of Australia Day should be changed. The Author thinks that changing the date of Australia Day will make Australia a better country and encourage all Australians to come together as one nation not two. In this text it says ‘Changing the date would show that we have aspirations for this country to become greater then it is. Our treatment of Indigenous…

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  • Rhetorical Analysis Of The Good, The Bad, And The Evil

    The Good, The Bad, and The Evil: A Look at the Word Today In the beginning of modern civilization, there was a concern that the world would become more violent; however, Steven Pinker sheds a new light on the fact that violence is actually declining. Over many centuries, the world has become a more tranquil place for humans to live. Michael Green further explores this hypothesis by illustrating that the world over many years is becoming a better place for societies all over the world. Pinker…

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  • Perfect Cleanser Ad Analysis

    facial skincare product for perfect sensitive skin. This product brand originated from the company called Unilever 2015. In this ad for “Simple”, the advertiser utilize repetition language as well as persuasive techniques such as ethos, pathos, and logos. First, the ad speaks for itself in a clear image to get the reader’s attention. The full page of the ad brings to view of a water background. While visually looking at the ad, the bottle look as if it is dropped in clean water. The font…

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  • Berkeley Drinks Less Soda

    With her article “Faced With a New Tax, Berkeley Drinks Less Soda,” published in The Upshot of the New York Times on August 25, 2016, health care reporter Margot Sanger enters a fierce debate about the impact of the soda tax on the consumption of sugary drink. Since 2014 when the tax first went into effect in Berkeley, California; attempts to impose the tax have been a matter of public controversy, and this is what motivated Sanger to produce this piece. The story’s “Kairotic moment,” as…

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  • Rhetorical Analysis Of Ebola

    Logos is an appeal to logic. Ohman accomplishes this by stating the statistics of the deaths caused by the various “addictions” that are a part of Americans’ every day routine. Ohman uses these statistics to show that there are bigger problems than the Ebola…

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  • Political Propaganda Group Analysis

    because when it transition to certain people they just be talking like I only up here cause I need this for a grade instead of really getting into the presentation and enjoying being up there. The group also did a great job by using ethos, pathos, and logos. The group used pathos in their presentation by using certain political propaganda that showed the politician using negative slander on other politicians. Using instances such as talking about how the other politician is trying to cut…

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  • Rhetorical Appeals In An Ordinary Man

    the impact of words to persuade audiences through rhetorical appeals. Understanding what rhetorical appeals are can help readers critically analyze work for the use of Aristotle’s three persuasive appeals. These persuasive techniques include using; logos (logical), ethos (ethical), and pathos (emotional), to try and entice readers in the writer’s favour. Both Paul Rusesbagina and Deborah Tannen target a sympathetic yet educated audience in order for their propositions to have the…

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  • The Extraordinary Science Of Addicting Junk Food By Michael Moss Summary

    Extraordinary Science of Addicting Junk Food,” to establish a case which labels food manufacturers as chief culprits in the American obesity epidemic. Nevertheless, Moss’s article presents a few logical fallacies in the areas of ethos, but beautifully uses logos and pathos to express his main idea. To explicate, the foundation of a rhetorical body of writing is its credibility,…

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  • Jcpenney Advertising Strategy

    any other store. Again, the ad may look simple at first glance, but once you start going through it you will see that they advertise Ray Ban’s eyewear, which is one of the favorites among the popularity. Other convenient fact about this ad by using Logos is that JcPenney provides its own website at the end of the ad, so potential consumers can look for more variety of brands and designs for their own commodity in their…

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  • Analysis Of College Is A Waste Of Time And Money By Caroline Bird

    Logos is an appeal to logic so that the reader can be persuaded to listen to the author. To appeal to logos, Bird uses statistics, interesting facts, and good points to make her article very persuasive. For example, the first half of the article talks about why college is a waste time. Bird said,” They…

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