Rhetorical Analysis Of The Peta Ad

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The Peta ad is effective. The big bold text "Child abuse" catches peoples attention. Having big bold letters makes it more noticable therefor it will catch peoples attention. The rhetorical apeal in this ad is pathos. The topic child abuse is one you would feel bad for and to feel means it is

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