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Category > Essay writing Posted 27 May 2017 My Price 9.00

Chapter 2 *Cognitive psychologists

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 To apply knowledge of concepts: rhetorical appeals (ethos, pathos, logos) and the concepts of rhetorical aims/purpose, audience, and genre discussed last week.

 

Question: Having reviewed the Rhetorical Appeals handout and the inaugural speech(http://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/inaugural-address), in your opinion, which of the three rhetorical strategies (ethos, pathos, or logos) is more strongly used by former President Obama in his 2009 inaugural speech and how does that specific rhetorical appeal contribute to his overall persuasiveness during that speech? To support your opinion, quote at least two examples (each example should include one or two sentences from the speech) of the same rhetorical appeal he uses (for example, two examples where ethos is strong) and justify how these two examples significantly influence the President's purpose with the speech.

 

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