Analysis Of The Article 'Is Vaping Worse Than Smoking?'

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Vapings Affects In the article titled, “Is Vaping Worse Than Smoking?” published by Embarl Behavioral Health discusses whether vaping is worse than smoking. The author is writing to parents, teens, and adults in an attempt to inform them about the consequences of vaping and smoking cigarettes. Overall, both vaping and smoking cigarettes are very bad for the human body. On the other hand, we don't know the long term effects of vaping, but we do know about smoking cigarettes. This article gives advice for those parents whose teens are smoking or vaping to quit little by little. The rhetorical strategy used was a Juxtaposition device with “Cigarettes and e-cigarettes, or vapes, contain nicotine, a highly addictive substance that makes it difficult for users to stop using it once they’ve started” (Is). In the article “Vaping vs Smoking” published by Vaping Facts, …show more content…

“Is Vaping Worse Than Smoking” shows bias because it compares the bad effects of vaping and smoking cigarettes. Helps readers see the negative side of both vaping and smoking cigarettes. Also helps encourage readers to never smoke or vape. “Vaping vs Smoking '' shows bias because it draws away the attention of vaping, and states vaping is much safer than smoking cigarettes. So the readers think vaping is way better and safer than smoking cigarettes, but overall both are very harmful to the human body. “Is Vaping a Health Crisis” shows bias because it demonstrates a short story of vaping illnesses that have led up to 8 people dying and 450 people affected. It encourages people to stop vaping so they won't be affected with the illness that vaping comes with. Ultimately, all of the articles provide information about vaping, however, “Is Vaping Worse Than Smoking” is the most accurate and responsible in their

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