• Contemporary Use of Rhetoric
    that the principles of rhetoric are not necessarily moral or immoral; it is dependent on how they are utilized. I believe it is unethical when good rhetorical principles are used to persuade the ignorant or the unwary of things which are against their best interest and is used to force the beliefs of the...
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  • 和威尔额外
    and those of Persian newspaper, Tehran Times, the present study aimed at exploring the kind of textual and rhetorical strategies the two newspapers employed for propagating their preferred ideologies. The results of the study indicated that headlines in the two papers presented a subjective attitude of...
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  • Definition of Rhetoric- extended definition essay
    that he may express himself with eloquence.” Good use of rhetoric involves the application of specific rhetorical devices (metaphor, simile, alliteration etc.) in order to convey the speaker’s ideas in a more convincing and stylistically pleasing manner, thus increasing the probability of gaining a favorable...
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  • Socio-Rhetoric Criticism
    New Testament text. This approach to the New Testament text is inclusive of literary, narrative, rhetorical, inter-textual, socio-scientific, cultural and ideological criticism together. Socio-rhetorical interpretation has become a multi-dimensional approach to texts guided by a multi-dimensional hermeneutic...
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    5.1 Rhetorical Analysis: Introduction Addresses the effectiveness of the text in delivering its message “Rhetoric” 1 The art of speaking or writing effectively: as a : the study of principles and rules of composition formulated by critics of ancient times b : the study of writing...
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  • Ideological Influence on Satire Translation: Comparison on Two Chinese Translations of Animal Farm by Taiwanese and Chinese Translators
    influences have been widely discussed. Lefevere (14) agrees that translation is a method of the representations of political stance and an entity of ideology. For George Orwell, his political satire fictions are widely translated into other languages in non-communist nations. Recently, some of his masterpieces...
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  • Presidential Adress
    results contribute to understanding how the language mechanisms of political discourse influence the society, to the processes of reproduction of ideologies in competing discourses, further investigation of the persuasive means to influence the audience in politics. The practical value consists...
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  • Critical Discourse Analysis of Barack Obama's 2012 Speeches: Views from Systemic Functional Linguistics and Rhetoric
    and analyze Barack Obama's 2012 five speeches, which amount to 19383 words, from the point of frequency and functions of Nominalization, Rhetorical strategies, Passivization and Modality, in which we can grasp the effective and dominant principles and tropes utilized in political discourse. ...
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  • Bege 101
    sentences in a figurative sense Light, smiling stones, eight arms goddess, in the dark, come to light Write a passage using rhetorical devices on a person, idea or ideology. (300 words) Read the following passage and answer the questions that follow: A ripple of laughter ran from one corner of...
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  • Dream Interpretation
    America celebrates Frederick Douglass as a gifted orator, eloquent writer, and revered abolitionist. Although Douglass received NO formal education, his ideology and beliefs still help shape our democracy today. How does time change the interpretation of speech once deemed radical, revolutionary, and illegal...
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  • Expository Texts Real Gorgeous by Kaz Cook
    Features and rhetorical devices of non fiction text encourage responses from the reader, how do they do this ? We are often bullied into doing things against our will, this could also be said of expository texts which aim to inform, instruct and explain but importantly to persuade. They use shock...
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  • Economics: Case Study
    (1939), they are analogous through their dedicational intention to create peace and protect human rights, and captivate their audience through rhetorical devices in their speech. As such, MLK employs enthralling dialect to invoke change about racial inequality. King exploits kairos by delivering his...
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  • Nice to Know
    starting in the early 1980s new voices began emerging in the field of organizational communication brining both qualitative/interpretive and then rhetorical/critical approaches to the study of organizational communication. In this section, we are going to examine each of these different methodological...
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  • Stability vs Liberty
    he does not agree with the ideology of The World State and instead stays true to his own morals and values. In Brave New World, John is much like someone from our society today if we were to be put into a new and different environment. Due to John’s similarity to a person from our society, the reader...
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  • Illkidloveyou
    professionals. Job’s work touched the lives of people from all four corners of the globe, not only for the fantastic technological devices he helped create, but also for his rhetorical genius he revealed in his Apple keynote addresses. Job’s was one of the most captivating communicators of our generation. Until...
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  • Rabi
    having a range of religious and political perspectives reflected in their emails. In this study, van Dijk's (2004) framework adopted from ''Politics, Ideology and Discourse'' is used to detect discursive structures which lead to ideologically based parochial, prejudiced as well as antireligious statements...
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  • Bege-101
    sentences in a figurative sense Light, smiling stones, eight arms goddess, in the dark, come to light 5 6. Write a passage using rhetorical devices on a person, idea or ideology. (300 words) 2 0 7. Read the following passage and answer the questions that follow: A ripple of laughter ran from one corner...
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  • Use of Exaggeration in Hard Times
    like a stubborn fact, as it was, -all helped the emphasis.’ Dickens, through Gradgrind’s caricature represents the ridicule of utilitarianism; am ideology lacking imagination and largely based on logic and facts. Louisa Gradgrind, Thomas Gradgrind’s daughter is a far more complicated character...
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  • Bege-101/Eeg-01
    cicadas" mean? What does 'band of willing artists mean in the passage? (v) 7 7 7 (2) (8) (2) (2) (2) 7. Write a passage using rhetorical devices on a person, idea or ideology in about 300 words. 8. Read the following poem and answer questions that follow: 1 can smell violence in the air like the lash...
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  • Rick Santorum Speech
    Party candidate, Mitt Romney. Throughout the presentation, Santorum incorporates support for traditional family values, better education, Christian ideologies, and an antiabortion stance.                 Santorum’s persuasive presentation had the intention of getting more votes for the Republican party...
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