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  • Every Woman: A Rhetorical Analysis of Kenneth Coleвђ™s Вђњwe All Walk in Different Shoes Ad Campaign

    Every Woman: A Rhetorical Analysis of Kenneth Coleвђ™s Вђњwe All Walk in Different Shoes Ad Campaign

    I discovered this Kenneth Cole ad in April 2008 issue of Vogue, a fashion and lifestyle magazine. Flipping through countless of advertisements, one particular ad captured my attention. It was a Kenneth Cole ad featuring Aimee Mullins, an athlete, actor and activist. The ad, “We All Walk in Different Shoes” is, or least appears, a persuasive fashion advertisement designed to influence women to buy their shoes and clothing products. As the viewer pay close attention

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    Essay Length: 542 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: November 11, 2009 By: Mikki
  • Rhetorical Analysis of Barack Obama’s 2004 Dnc Keynote Speech

    Rhetorical Analysis of Barack Obama’s 2004 Dnc Keynote Speech

    During his keynote speech at the 2004 Democratic National Convention, Barack Obama introduced himself as a skinny kid with a funny name. The rising star of Illinois politics was elected to the U.S. Senate three months later. His delivery, using rhetoric that soars and excites, was full of fiery sentiment that reminds us of what we love about the United States of America. His passionate speech inspired Americans to renew their faith in their country

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    Essay Length: 2,184 Words / 9 Pages
    Submitted: November 12, 2009 By: Fatih
  • Rhetorical Analysis George F. Kennan

    Rhetorical Analysis George F. Kennan

    Afraid of having the wrong answer and standing out in class, a student will conform to the opinions of her peers to avoid being in the awkward position of appearing different or unusual. As humans we have a natural tendency to coincide with the popular opinion of a group. In “Training For Statesmanship” George F. Kennan discusses the irregular distribution of power existing in the United States. Power can dwell in the lives of thugs

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    Submitted: November 12, 2009 By: Jack
  • Martin Luther King Rhetorical Analysis

    Martin Luther King Rhetorical Analysis

    Comparing texts Year 9 F Harrison Nov. 2002 Comparing Texts Rhetorical Devices Extract A. “ I have A Dream” Martin Luther King. Martin Luther King gave this speech to a civil rights march in Washington DC in 1963. It is one of the most famous speeches of the twentieth century. The march was about giving black people the same rights as white people in America. I say to you, my friends, that even though we

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    Essay Length: 3,142 Words / 13 Pages
    Submitted: November 13, 2009 By: Tommy
  • Rhetorical Analysis of a Formal Observation Report in the Sciences

    Rhetorical Analysis of a Formal Observation Report in the Sciences

    Rhetorical Analysis of a Formal Observation Report in the Sciences A good scientific writing allows for future study and survey of the experiment, meaning that it provides sufficient information for future scientist that may try to recreate the experiment for future knowledge. In Engaging Inquiry: research and writing in the sciences by Kirscht and Schlenz, there is a format one can use to determine a good scientific writing. This format is IMRAD, an acronym for

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    Submitted: November 14, 2009 By: Anna
  • Lockdown by Evans D. Hopkins: A Rhetorical Analysis

    Lockdown by Evans D. Hopkins: A Rhetorical Analysis

    “Lockdown” by Evans D. Hopkins: A Rhetorical Analysis According to the Webster Dictionary, rhetoric is defined as the art of speaking or writing effectively. Rhetoric is made up of three separate appeals that can be used individually or collectively in an attempt to persuade a reader. Ethos is the credibility and qualifications of the speaker or author. Pathos is the author’s use of emotions and sympathy to urge the audience to agree with his or

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    Submitted: November 15, 2009 By: Tommy
  • Merchant of Venice Rhetorical Analysis

    Merchant of Venice Rhetorical Analysis

    Religious discrimination has been present for centuries. It was present at the time of Shakespeare, just as it is present today, centuries later. In Shakespeare's time, Jews were a typical target of discrimination by Christians. As a result of constant Christian torment and humiliation, many Jews spurned the Christians. If given the opportunity, many Jews would retaliate against Christians with the same treatment Christians submitted them to. In William Shakespeare's play, "The Merchant of Venice,"

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    Essay Length: 1,022 Words / 5 Pages
    Submitted: November 25, 2009 By: Steve
  • Rhetorical Analysis of Timothy Quinn’s Article

    Rhetorical Analysis of Timothy Quinn’s Article

    Rhetorical Analysis of Timothy Quinn's article "Coyote (Canis latrans) Food Habits in Three Urban Habitats Types of Western Washington" In the book Engaging Inquiry, Judy Kirscht and Mark Schlenz detail the specifications of a scientific article. They speak about what each section should contain and what questions each section should answer. The article "Coyote (Canis latrans) Food Habits in Three Urban Habitats Types of Western Washington" was written by Timothy Quinn, a graduate student at

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    Essay Length: 1,720 Words / 7 Pages
    Submitted: November 28, 2009 By: Mike
  • Interracial Dating

    Interracial Dating

    Many interracial couples are faced with negative reactions from society, making it hard for them to have a regular relationship. They have to deal with disapproval from their own race, pessimistic reactions from family and friends, and not to mention the ignorance of society as a whole. Why is interracial dating so controversial? Is not racism a thing of the past, or is that what we would like to believe? People who date and socialize

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    Submitted: December 5, 2009 By: Fatih
  • Facing Our Own Literacy Crisis: Rhetorical Analysis

    Facing Our Own Literacy Crisis: Rhetorical Analysis

    Facing Our Own Literacy Crisis: Rhetorical Analysis The article, “Facing Our Own Literacy Crisis,” is about a worry that Driek Zirinsky had about the literacy levels in the United States. Often throughout the column, Zirinsky voices her concern and frustration about the rate of illiterate Americans. This article was posted in the English Journal in December, 1987. This is a magazine written specifically for junior and high school teachers to be educated about things going

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    Submitted: December 12, 2009 By: Edward
  • Martin Luther King's Letter from Birmingham Jail - a Rhetorical Analysis

    Martin Luther King's Letter from Birmingham Jail - a Rhetorical Analysis

    Martin Luther King's Letter from Birmingham Jail--a rhetorical analysis In the following text, here is the color key: Purple: the opposition's arguments Red: use of an emotional appeal or pathos Green: use of appeal to authority or reputation or ethos Blue: use of an appeal to logic or logos AUTHOR'S NOTE: This response to a published statement by eight fellow clergymen from Alabama (Bishop C. C. J. Carpenter, Bishop Joseph A. Durick, Rabbi Hilton L.

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    Submitted: December 18, 2009 By: Wendy
  • A Rhetorical Analysis of Hey's “virtual Product Placement”

    A Rhetorical Analysis of Hey's “virtual Product Placement”

    A Rhetorical Analysis of Hey’s “Virtual Product Placement” Imagine sitting down on a Saturday night to relax and watch your favorite show. As you turn to your show you begin notice that the whole thing is full of ads, everything from the billboards in the back ground, to the logo on the coffee cup that the main character is drinking out of. This is exactly the kind of thing you can expect to see in

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    Submitted: January 31, 2010 By: July
  • Rhetorical Analysis of an Advertisement

    Rhetorical Analysis of an Advertisement

    Rhetorical Analysis of an Advertisement Advertisements are all over the place. Whether they are on TV, radio, or in a magazine, there is no way that you can escape them. They all have their target audience who they have specifically designed the ad for. And of course they are selling their product. This is a multi billion dollar industry and the advertiser’s study all the ways that they can attract the person’s attention. One way

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    Submitted: February 6, 2010 By: Kevin
  • Rhetorical Analysis of Martin Luther King’s “letter from Birmingham Jail

    Rhetorical Analysis of Martin Luther King’s “letter from Birmingham Jail

    Rhetorical Analysis of Martin Luther King’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail Martin Luther King Jr was arrested because he was the leader of non violent protests in Birmingham Alabama. While King was imprisoned he wrote a response to a statement that eight white Alabama clergymen had made criticizing his presence and actions in Birmingham. King responded to the clergymen by writing the “Letter from Birmingham Jail” this is an amazing display of rhetorical skill, especially considering

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    Submitted: February 11, 2010 By: Fonta
  • Rhetorical Analysis Assignment: President's Address to the Nation

    Rhetorical Analysis Assignment: President's Address to the Nation

    Rhetorical analysis assignment: President’s Address to the Nation Since the 9/11 attacks, the Bush administration has been calling every citizens and every nations to support his Middle East policy. Nonetheless, the U.S. has been involved in the middle-east struggle for more than half of the century, wars were waged and citizens were killed. Yet, political struggles and ideological conflicts are now worse than they were under Clinton’s presidency. As “President’s Address to the Nation” is

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    Submitted: March 17, 2010 By: Venidikt
  • Rhetorical Analysis of “dead Reckoning”

    Rhetorical Analysis of “dead Reckoning”

    Rhetorical Analysis of “Dead Reckoning” “Dead Reckoning” is an editorial from the National Review, 01/26/98, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p11, 3p. It was written to condemn the standings of the US Supreme Court on their proceedings with protecting Abortion. The author really slams the Supreme Court here for dragging its feet on this issue and uses Substantiation and policy here to persuade the reader to follow. In addition talks about the slow progress of the

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    Essay Length: 850 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: March 18, 2010 By: Max
  • Rhetorical Analysis of Split Skins

    Rhetorical Analysis of Split Skins

    Rhetorical Analysis of Split Skins The essay titled “Split Skins: Female Agency and Bodily Mutilation in The Little Mermaid,” was written by Susan White, an English professor whose research is mainly on film criticism. Her essay was originally published in Film Theory Goes to the Movies, an anthology of film criticism in 1993 and again published in the Third Edition of the University Book, an anthology of writings, in 2003. In “Split Skins,” White uses

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    Essay Length: 1,079 Words / 5 Pages
    Submitted: June 1, 2010 By: Artur
  • Letter from a Birmingham Jail Rhetorical Analysis

    Letter from a Birmingham Jail Rhetorical Analysis

    THESIS: In his "Letter from Birmingham Jail," Martin Luther King specifically answers eight white Alabama Clergymen while also taking into account the ears of the city, state and country, as a whole, who might hear his declaration in order to rationalize his intentions while also invoking these audiences to see the brutal consequences of unfair inequalities that engulf the city of Birmingham, during the 1860s, in strident flames of injustice. FIRST POINT OF ANALYSIS: An

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    Submitted: February 23, 2014 By: ashleymcginnis
  • Rhetorical Analysis Essay

    Rhetorical Analysis Essay

    Wilson Dante Wilson Professor Calkins ENC 1101-B004 11th September 2015 Rhetorical Analysis Essay As a result of countless applications and in-store visits I was finally able to get a job at my dream job, Champs Sports. After about one a year working with the company my manager requested for two coworkers, who were also seniors at the time, and myself, to write an essay about why we enjoy our job and what could make it

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    Essay Length: 1,481 Words / 6 Pages
    Submitted: September 28, 2015 By: Dante Wilson
  • Rhetorical Analysis Essay - Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address

    Rhetorical Analysis Essay - Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address

    Near the end of the Civil War, Lincoln, speaking in his Second Inaugural Address, contemplated the effects of the Civil War and offered his vision for the future of the nation by symbolizing war as an enemy against the North and South and appealing neutral with the hope of a unity between the North and South. With his collective dictions to address how the North and South are one party, Lincoln was able to clearly

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    Submitted: February 7, 2016 By: Joanna Jin
  • English Rhetorical Analysis on Research

    English Rhetorical Analysis on Research

    Cindy Maese English 101 24 May 2017 Rhetorical Analysis Rhetorical Purpose In this essay, I wanted to find out the reason for which people are selfish and only care about money. Money is a tool that can make or break you and it was important to me to find out if that was a reason for the people’s behavior. This paper was written to understand how money can make people come out to be. Chunk

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    Submitted: November 27, 2017 By: Cindy Maese
  • Sixth Finger Film Analysis

    Sixth Finger Film Analysis

    The future for mankind is fraught with uncertainty both sociologically and physiologically given respectfully an enormous population growth and the potential for genetic engineering in the light of the mapping of the entire human genome. 1) What assumptions does the short film “The Sixth Finger” make about the direction that human evolution will take in the next ten thousand to one million years? The film gives the assumption that human genome will evolve into smart,

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    Essay Length: 384 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: November 8, 2009 By: Andrew
  • Fight Club: Analysis of Novel and Film

    Fight Club: Analysis of Novel and Film

    Fight Club: Analysis of Novel and film Fight Club is a potent, diabolically sharp, and nerve chafing satire that was beautifully written by Chuck Palahniuk and adapted to the silver screen by David Fincher. A story masterfully brought together by mischief, mayhem, and ironically, soap. Fight Club is the definition of a cult classic because the issues dealt within the novel touched so close to home to the generation this novel was intended for, generation

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    Submitted: November 13, 2009 By: Anna
  • Analysis of Vertov’s Film

    Analysis of Vertov’s Film

    In the clown player’s 1991 film “The Drug Movie”, the art of cinema verite is taken to heights of realism not seen since Roberto Rosselinni’s triumphant “Rome, Open City”. By combining realistic settings, lighting, sound, etc. with keenly observant camera placement, the filmakers draw us into a world very few of us ever actually see outside the comforts of a theater. Dziga Vetov, in his essays on the nature of man as seen through

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    Submitted: December 3, 2009 By: Kevin
  • Summarize and Discuss the Tensions Apparent in Contemporary Cultural and Communications Policy Debates. Include a Case Study Analysis of a Specific Policy Statement, Which Names and Discusses the Specific Rhetorical Frameworks Informing the Author's State

    Summarize and Discuss the Tensions Apparent in Contemporary Cultural and Communications Policy Debates. Include a Case Study Analysis of a Specific Policy Statement, Which Names and Discusses the Specific Rhetorical Frameworks Informing the Author's State

    First and foremost there are several approaches to the defining what is media policy. It is defined by Garnham as ‘the study of the ways in which public authorities shape, or try to shape, the structures and practices of the media…the study of the reasons for these policies, both in the sense of the reasons given by policy makers for their policies…in the sense of the economic, social, political and cultural forces to which the

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    Submitted: December 12, 2009 By: Bred

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