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Alex Landrum

Mr. Robert Dowdy

English 1001-152

September 9, 2014

The text I have chosen for my Rhetorical Analysis is titled “Top 10 Reasons Why Fantasy Football Is Bad For The Game”. 1,510 more words

Understanding Rhetoric

In order to fully understand the rhetorical analysis of the discussion of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act, a basic explanation of rhetoric is necessary.  Rhetoric is the way in which someone communicates.   351 more words

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Analysis: Rachael Ray

In the article “Beating Childhood Obesity Takes More Than Cutting Calories, Says Rachael Ray,” author Amir Khan outlines the goals of the program, and the initiative Rachael Ray and Michelle Obama pushed so hard for.   177 more words

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Analysis: Hardball with Chris Matthews

This interview of Secretary Tom Vilsack was conducted by Chris Matthews on his regular segment, Hardball on MSNBC.  This particular segment was posted on the MSNBC website on March 30th, 2014.   335 more words

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Summary of Mediums For

The article showing Rachael Ray’s support of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act coordinates fairly well with the Hardball segment with Tom Vilsack and Chris Matthews.  Both mediums had a more formal distance due to the fame of Ray, Matthews, and Vilsack.   87 more words

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Analysis: Nutrition Service Worker

This is an interview written by the rhetorician for Nutrition Service Workers, affectionately known by students in schools as “lunch ladies.”  The interview was written very open ended and short with the intention to get the basics of what Nutrition Service Workers think about the Hunger, Health-Free Kids Act, and see how they are responding to it rhetorically.   235 more words

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Analysis: The Washington Post

The article “1M kids stop school lunch due to Michelle Obama’s standards” by Elizabeth Harrington was published on The Washington Post website on March 6th, 2014.   229 more words

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