A Rhetorical Analysis Of Brian Deer's Article

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Brian Deer 's article implements a subjective tone when confronting A.J Wakefield 's research. This tone of approach varies from common medical research journals because the arguments do not simply depend on factual based assertions. Like most research journals, any implications are supported by academic/peer reviewed sources. Brian Deer 's article however includes evidence and research collected through his own work; he actually questions and interviews the parents of the children diagnosed with this so called "new syndrome"(Deer 201). The key thing to note here is that all evidence collected on his own is likely to include biases. Though the tone used is not like common medical research journals, the argument made is still justified

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