rhetorical analyses (the use of logos, ethos, and pathos as means of persuasion)

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writing prompt for rhetorical analysis
for your third writing essay task, you are being asked to write a rhetorical analysis essay using as the central text, either a political cartoon, an advertisement (editorial picture or commercial), or a historical speech. (you only pick one.) in this task you will: analyze rhetorical elements of a text; use logos, ethos, and pathos as means of persuasion; write in an academic style for academic readers, while using an appropriate voice and quotations to add authority to your analysis.

your task at hand is to show through logos, ethos, and pathos (in this order in your paper, remember) in your central subject. you should be comfortable with your choice and make sure you do some research before you let me know what your paper would be about. you don’t want to be changing your topic the week final papers are due. remember, i need to approve all selections.

the style of this paper is to be typed, double-spaced, in size 12 point font times new roman. you need no sources from a book or article in this task; however, you need to cite your subject: be it a political cartoon, advertisement, or speech in apa. the style of this paper is apa, so follow those specifications. for further assistance, remember: tamiu’s writing center handouts on an array of questions: http://www.tamiu.edu/uc/writingcenter/guidelines.shtml.
your paper should have: title page, abstract, your paper (introduction –conclusion), and references page.
your paper should be a total of seven pages (t.p., abstract, four pages of text, and references). anything outside this specification will result in an “f”. this writing exercise is to see that you can write within this range and only that. consolidate your thoughts in an orderly fashion and all will be fine.

-each paragraph has to be 5-7 sentences long.
-around 3 examples for each rhetorical device are required. all 3 rhetorical devices (logos, ethos, and pathos) are required to have the same amount of examples
-i chose the ad already. (it is attached to this)
-i need a b+ (not an a, my professor knows im not that smart)
-my professor accepts absolutely no plagiarism
-i can do the citation

thank you!
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