Having watched Mary Fisher's speech at the Republican National Convention of 1992, I noticed these characteristics related to her attempts to engage her audience, her comparison between herself and other inflected with the same disease, and her response to the "rhetorical situation". Within a few weeks of the disease HIV, you will have flu-like symptoms. Then the disease is usually asymptomatic until it progresses to AIDS. The symptoms of AIDS include weight loss, fever , fatigue, and recurrent infections. There has been no cure yet found for AIDS but there is medication that can slow down the process.
Florence Kelley, a social worker and reformer for child labor laws, in her speech before the National American Woman Suffrage Association (1905), explains that the children endure appalling conditions everyday. Kelley supports her explanation by utilizing the horrendous diction, the intense imagery, and the negative emotion. Kelley’s purpose is to persuade her audience to create child labor regulations in America in order to make them feel guilty about the children's working conditions. The author writes in a passionate tone for the white men and women in the United States. Early in her speech Ms. Kelley utilizes horrendous diction.
In 1974 the house judiciary committee recommended Articles of impeachment of President Nixon during the water gates scandal. The water gates scandal was a major political scandal that occurred in the United States in the 1970s, following a break in at the DNC headquarters at water gate office in Washington D.C. and President Nixon’s administration tried to cover it up. On July 25, 1974 Barbara Jordan gave a speech on the impeachment of President Nixon during the impeachment hearing. She gave a strong passionate and well-rounded speech.
Essay Culture is an organized system of learned behavior and thought pattern. With that being said, Americans have learned to take personal responsibility, dignity of work, the value of education, the merit of service, devotion to a purpose greater than themselves, and the importance of family. Americans as a whole, have a deeply embedded belief that all people are created equally. They are fueled to fight for what they believe in. Also, Americans can be seen as ignorant.
Elizabeth Glaser and Mary Fisher, in their informal AIDS speeches at their respective National Conventions in 1992, provide personal accounts of the effect of AIDS and additionally plead with American citizens to take a stand and quit ignoring the issue at stake. Their tones vary from a sentimental and personal tone to an engaging political tone consistently in their speeches directed at American citizens. A topic broadly discusses between the two women is the leader they had in 1992 - George H.W. Bush - and what should be expected from him and every other American leader. Elizabeth Glaser believed President Bush ignored the AIDS situation and neglected to help.
American journalist and politician, Clare Boothe Luce, in her opening speech at the 1960 Women’s National Press Club meeting, prepares her audience, qualifying and defending her forthcoming criticism. Luce’s purpose is to provoke thought in the journalist’s minds on what journalism is really about at its core. She adopts a frank and humorous tone to best capture the attention of her intended audience of female journalists. Through, appealing to the ethos, logos, and pathos with flattery, syllogism, and rhetorical questioning to prepare the audience for her message: “the tendency of the American press to sacrifice journalistic integrity in favor of the perceived public demand for sensationalist stories.” In the first paragraph of her speech, Luce assures the audience that “[she is] happy and flattered to be a guest of honor…”
After an accidental fire that had killed the daughter of Helen she drove to a bridge. She was so devastated that she hung herself from that bridge that is now know as Helen's Bridge. Today she is seen looking for her daughter in a gown. After seeing Helen a lot of peoplehave experienced car
On account of Queen Elizabeth’s prior knowledge that the Spanish was the favored side of the battle, she is lead to use rhetorical strategies. Upon reciting her speech, Queen Elizabeth used these strategies in order to provoke her audience’s favor. In addition, the queen ensures to utilize a persona of a common citizen so that the audience feels that she is being personal with them. This will result in a form of trust between the queen and the audience.
In this reflection, I will discuss the strengths and weaknesses of my speech on Elizabeth Cady Stanton. By recognizing the areas I need to improve on, I can take that knowledge and apply it to future speeches. The same concept applies to the strong points of my performance, I can use the things I did well on in future speech deliveries. I will not only explain what I could do better on, but ways I can effectively improve my delivery.
this new law that was put into play. They mentally examined some of the new free slaves and figured out that the two main things that they needed improvement on were education and independence. Due to the fact that the white people really didn’t want educated slaves, but just pure obedient workers, made the slaves fall behind on education. The reason I think they said independence is because due to having a boss or plantation owner running the show and telling the slaves what to do for so long, I believe that some of the slaves lost their way of independence and got so accustom to taking orders from a higher authority.