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Rhetorical Analysis Of Barack Obama S 2004 Dnc Keynote Speech

The aim of this paper is to examine the strategies of President Barack Obama, and its ideological component, also why Barack Obama use exact words and how strong is the influence. The topic has been studied before by Juraj Horvath (2010),Jana Langrova(2010) and Junling Wang(2010).Therefore, the goal of the conducted research paper is to find out which of the political are used more often in the speech of Barack Obama, and what does it mean. The enabling objectives to get the research goal...

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Obama s Speech rhetorical analysis

Rhetorical Analysis, Declan Devaney  In his awaited response to Chicago pastor, Jeremiah Wright’s uncivil outburst, Barrack Obama puts to shame the hasteful denunciations from Americans. He creates redemption for Wright’s actions which produces an emotional appeal with his citizens. Ushered forward by Obama is the back story of Reverend Wright,- something Obama’s audience had been comfortably oblivious to until now- his hardships, victories, and benevolent deeds that reveal his true nature; not the...

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Analyse the Speech of Barack Obama

going to compare and contrast the speeches of Barack Obama (‘Yes we can’) and Martin Luther King (I have a dream). When we talk about 'language', sometimes we mean speech (spoken language), sometimes writing (written language).Do you think is there any difference between spoken language and written language? Of course, speech is spoken and heard, while writing is written and read. There are many types of spoken languages such as news report, interview, speech, debates and conversations. In the spoken...

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Barack Obama 2004 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, was full of fervid 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 and persist their individual dreams and yet still come together as one...

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barack obama speec analysis

Barack Obama Speech analysis Rhetorics: 1. Being honest and open – actions must correspond to words He sure I s being honest and open, he have to be that way. No one would believe in him if he began to say someone which isn’t right. When he says that he is looking forward to sitting down and discuss with Mitt Romney he committed himself to the words he said. 2. Having altruistic ideals – not being selfish He’s trying to show his good side with Obama Care. Obama Care I a health care system...

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Analysis og Barack Obama back to school

Barack Obama: Back to School The President of America, Barack Obama held the speech named “Back to School” at Wakefield High School in Virginia on September 8th, 2009. The speech concerns the importance and prominence of education and good will, and encourages the students to do their best in school. This paper includes an analysis and interpretation of the speech’s main points, followed by a rhetorical analysis. One of the main statements in the speech is the declaration of how education...

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Barack Obama 2009 Inauguration Speech Analysis

Text Barack Obama Speech Analysis In the compelling Inauguration speech of Barack Obama, the first African-American President, a large range of language and oratory techniques are utilized to convey his message to an audience of over a million Americans. The speech was delivered on the traditional inauguration date of the 20th January 2009, on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial where, 45 years earlier, Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his iconic ‘I Have a Dream’ speech. During Obama’s speech, he uses...

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Analysis of Barack Obama’s speech 2004 Keynote Address

Part 1: Analysis of Barack Obama’s speech 2004 Keynote A1ddress The speech is written and spoken by Barack Obama in 2004. Back then he was a senator in Illinois, and this speech changed everyone’s point of view of him, and people started to see his presidential potential. About 9.1 million people were reported to have watched the Democratic convention on the night of the speech. In the speech Barack Obama starts out talking about his heritage, and how his family started from the bottom, and...

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Rhetorical Analysis of Obama's Speech

Analysis of Obama's victory speech Obama's victory speech is a speech that the democrat Barack Obama held in his hometown Chicago, after being elected for president on November 4th, 2012. Chicago is where he in 2008 won his first presidential election. When taking a starting point in the pentagon model, we know that a text (in this case a speech) is always centered around an intention of the writer/speaker and is always dependent on the interrelationship between the topic, the writer, the reader/audience...

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Rhetorical Pentagon Obamas Speech

Rhetorical pentagon Topic Reader Speaker Language – How is the topic presented; Vocabulary, Tone, Style. Circumstance Modes of persuasion/ Rhetorical appeals (Appelformer) 1. Ethos – The speakers ability to establish credibility /trust. 2. Pathos – Appeals to emotions, affects the subconscious, often use of adjectives. (Language) 3. Logos – Appeals to logic, via facts and statistics. Discourse- Choice of words/The way you choose to say something. Them/us, I/we President Obama’s...

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