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Rhetorical Analysis of “Is Google Making Us Stupid?”

Rhetorical Analysis of “Is Google Making Us Stupid?”

This is an article by Nicholas Carr who has authored for many magazines and publications, with a focus on technology. 1,420 more words

Rhetorical Analysis of Political Articles regarding Climate Change and the Paris Agreement

Media bias is evident in almost every political article ever published. Authors from all sides of the political spectrum attempt to bait their readers into believing whatever they say; they use persuasion in a negative way and show bias however they can in order to manipulate their readers. 891 more words


Photo Credit: Pace University

I have chosen to use the Mortola Library at Pace University to observe the space and the people who inhabit the space. 149 more words

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Sharing Saturday Seventeen

It is time for another Sharing Saturday.  Today I will be sharing a Rhetorical Analysis Essay on the commercial “Puppy Love” by Budweiser.

A story of an unlikely friendship.   119 more words


Rhetorical Analysis: Climate Change

By:  Ashley Christenbury
Edited by: Nate Craner and Rachel Spradlin
Presentation:  Vox and New York Times

The way that people present information tends to be in a way that benefits them. 1,111 more words

A Rhetorical Analysis of Barack Obama's Charleston Eulogy

This writing is pulled from my rhetorical analysis class (March ’16).

On June 26th, 2015, President Barack Obama delivered what is now known as the Charleston Eulogy at the College of Charleston in South Carolina. 1,449 more words


The Future is Female

Gender Equality is a widely talked about topic with vastly different points of views. Many believe the genders should be equal just like many people disagree with this idea of men being pulled down to a woman’s level. 2,039 more words