Rhetorical Presis

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Annotated Bibliography Assignment

[pic]Census Bureau: Statistical Abstract of the U.S.
Compilation of statistics on the social, political, and economic organization of the U.S. www.census.gov

Kinsella, Kevin. "Aging Trends:South Africa." Census Bureau. N.p., n.d. Web. 28 Feb 2013. .

a) Kevin Kinsella’s “Aging Trends: South Africa(2013), explains that there is a link between aging and types of cancer for both black and white south Africans.

b) Kinsella backs this claim up by providing data that outlines the different age groups and trends in South Africa.

c) Kinsella’s purpose is to compare the type of cancer related to an individual’s ethnicity.

d) Kinsella is writing to both men and woman.

[pic]Infoplease Almanac
Comprehensive collection of statistics on arts, business, sports, and more. www.infoplease.com

unknown, unknown. "Preventing Cancer." infoplease. Information Please® Database, n.d. Web. 28 Feb 2013. .

a) The article,” Preventing Cancer (2007) explains that many factors affect the risk an individual has of developing cancer.

b) The article backs this claim up by introducing several risk factors for cancer such as, tobacco use, repeated exposure to sunlight, unhealthy diet and alcohol.

c) The article’s purpose is to educate people on the risk factors of cancer and how they can use this as a tool to prevent cancer.

d) This article is directed at men and women, based on the general risk factors named and the chart that compares the mortality of men and women in relation with cancer.

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Gardner, Amanda. "Smoking may raise breast cancer risk."CNN. Health.com, 24 Jan 2011. Web. 28 Feb 2013. .

e) Amanda Gardner’s article, “Smoking may raise breast cancer risk (2011), argues that smoking may increase the risk of breast cancer in women.

f) Gardner backs this claim up by...
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