Sarah McLachlan

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  • 'Rhetorical Analysis: In The Arms Of An Angel'

    an Angel” by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals begins with the well-known song “In the Arms of an Angel” by the artist Sarah McLachlan. Throughout the commercial, it shows a variety of different dogs and cats and different moods from those animals. The video also shows many disturbing facts about animal cruelty. Sarah McLachlan is then shown in a room with a dog asking the people for help against animal cruelty and donate a small…

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  • ASPCA Rhetorical Analysis

    very depressing way that makes the viewer more inclined to be empathetic towards the animals and creates an overwhelming feeling of anger towards the abusers. Another way that pathos is used in the advertisement is the song, Arms of an Angel by Sarah McLachlan creates a gloomy tone that puts an emphasis on the sad tone that the ASPCA is creating to draw people in. All in all, the pathos appeal is highly achieved through the pictures and the song which help brings emphasis to the emotions of the…

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  • Reflective Essay: The Use Of Rhetoric

    All throughout history, rhetoric was seen as a way to persuade someone but unlike the current times, it was given a more negative connotation. Plato said that rhetoric was "the art of winning the soul by discourse" and even went as far to say it was “foul” and “ugly” in Gorgias. Aristotle defined rhetoric as "the faculty of discovering in any particular case all of the available means of persuasion” and like most things Aristotle studied, he treated it like science even though it is not exactly…

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  • Neko Case Video Analysis

    After watching the three videos for this week’s discussion post, I have a better understanding of the difference between a normal press kit and an EPK. In dealing with the artist that I have been working with through out this class I feel that a more creative video like the Neko Case video would be more suiting to the artist. They too are indie and artsy, maybe without the animated colleges but this style of video would get their story across and still promote the new album. Her video is a short…

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  • Personal Narrative: My English As A Second Language

    I had a displeasure of reading. It all started when my teacher Ms. Williams, a white aged woman with a hairstyle stuck in the 1950s in the 2000s assigned us a book to read with a book report to complete at the end. The book was “Sarah Plain and Tall” by Patricia McLachlan, I didn’t think much of it until I got home and had the book in my hand, I threw it and aimed for my bed but it fell under it and I…

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  • Animal Cruelty: Differences Between Humans And Animals

    what’s to come. Typically, large doses of pesticides are injected into his body, slowly poisoning him. But today, scientist will make him run until he collapses from a heart attack, only to be slaughtered for research. Everyone is quick to join Sarah McLachlan and the ASPCA help dogs in shelters, but what about those who slowly deteriorate in labs? Each year, over 100 million animals- including mice, rats, frogs, hamsters, rabbits, dogs, monkeys, fish, and birds- loose their life due to animal…

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  • Pathos, Ethos And Logos In The Art Of Persuasion

    Over many years the art of persuasion has been mastered and has given individuals the ability to persuade the common man. Around 2,000 years ago a Greek philosopher discovered three key methods to persuading anyone. These three methods are known as pathos, ethos and logos. Ethos refers to the image of the speaker that is trying to persuade the audience. Pathos is relating to the emotion of the audience that is receiving the information from the speaker. Lastly, logos refers to the logical appeal…

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  • The Language Of Advertising: Language And Advertising

    Language and Advertising Advertisements have become an everyday implement in the lives of everyone around the world. Advertisements are around every corner. They’re on television, radio, social media, and billboards; the list never ends. What we don’t often think of is just how much advertisements impact and stimulate our emotions. Advertisements are a part of our lives in many ways that we didn’t even know. Many aspects of advertising are overlooked. Advertisements impact our thoughts…

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  • Logical Fallacies In Advertising Essay

    Advertising is used to persuade spectators into becoming buyers. Logical fallacies are often used in advertising to appeal towards emotions or impression instead of facts. One example of a logical fallacy used in advertising is hasty conclusions. A hasty conclusion is made when a generalization is made before enough specific items have been examined. For example, in 2012, Honey Nut Cheerios launched an ad campaign claiming to be “America’s Favorite Cereal.” America consists of over three hundred…

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  • A Rhetorical Analysis Of Furkids '' Kitty Kommercial'

    Rhetorical Analysis When one thinks of a commercial for an animal shelter, they probably picture monochromatic footage of a forlorn dog, wistfully gazing out from their metal confines onto a sea of animals equally as miserable as they are. Maybe a marginally popular vocalist makes a cameo in order to provide a few brief anecdotes about the progress that the animals have made since their days of suffering, and maybe the commercial closes with a montage of more animals as a somber ballad by the…

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