Jessica Cox. The fact that she is able to do rather difficult tasks without her arms and hands is interesting. She speaks out to people all over the word to tell them that nothing can hold them back from doing what they want to do in their life. Jessica Cox inspires others and I. Jessica Cox was born on February 2nd 1983 with a rare birth defect preventing her from having arms. In spite of her disability, she has learned to live her life with her feet, substituting her hands and has made amazing achievements.
She at first presents this argument to the people that attended the convention of the National American Woman Suffrage Association. This speech slowly spread to the rest of the United states and she became one of the reasons child labor was restricted. Many people saw her as a great hero for helping the children that were working. Kelley presents all three rhetorical strategies: ethos, logos, and pathos. Ethos refers to the ethics and beliefs one has for the topic presented.
What tone will make you audience listen. Sonia's speech is able to be truthful and straightforward with her audience which gives it a candid tone. She needed to be candid and straightforward because she is trying to get projects going to start resolving the issues of underrepresentation of minorities in government roles. She explains how being Latina has impacted her influence on issues and topics while she sits on the bench. Although she didn’t just magically appear on the bench, it took many hardships and endurance to get to where she is today.
When Lupe was nervous about facing the girl in finals, Rachel encouraged her that she could do it. “ ‘Go get her’, She said as she hugged Lupe.” Lupe’s kindness and hard work earned her a new friend, and a championship title. “Being kind is more important than being right.” Someone once said this so people could open their eyes and see that kindness is important in the world. In “The Marble Champ” by Gary Soto, Lupe shows great kindness and hard work. That great kindness and work lead to great rewards.
Although all her examples, evidence, and points make her writing more effective it also becomes problematic for other, unintended audience members, and to the way society might begin to portray Millennials. Tyler ends her article by stating that millennials are “intelligent, well-educated and quick to draw remarkably accurate conclusions,” (482) but when she uses words like “deal,” (482) and “prepare” (481) that have negative connotations, it alludes that we are a burden and that people need to be concerned. Not only does she mention Helicopter parents, but she also doesn’t hold the older generation accountable for raising millennials the way they did or still do. The article, although it is well written and makes many frank points that many of us do, becomes problematic when we consider that not all people are the same. Every person is an individual and unique, not only are people individuals, but also in this day and age many people, older and newer generations, do the things that we stereotypically do.
When Calpurnia is scared she is still able to comfort Scout such as a mother would to her child by saying, “‘Don’t you fret,’ Calpurnia whispered to me, but the roses on her hat trembled indignantly,” (Lee, 158). When it is clear that Calpurnia and Scout have no relation, whatsoever, she still is able to reassure her. She continually proves her solicitude towards Scout by teaching her about what goes on in the world and by caring about her well being, mentally, emotionally, and physically. Calpurnia knows that they would not be connected other than the fact that she works for them and has to watch over them. Nevertheless, Calpurnia goes above and beyond when she decided to take their own needs before her own, by comforting them and not letting them worry about something, when she is clearly worried herself.
From examining the stories of influential women and the language used the audience receives an emotion of doubt and fear but in order to show that change can happen. Looking at the credibility of the authors and the site of publication the audience is able to trust the information being provided. Through the logos appeal, the audience is able to believe the argument presented with all the evidence provides from professors to companies. In the end, women should take away the idea that they should not doubt themselves and just go for the
The appeals she used really connected to the audience in one or many ways. Coming into a conclusion, Sojourner Truth used logical appeals to persuade us, ethical appeals to make the audience believe she can be trusted, and emotional appeals to make the audience feel or believe something. In her speech she talked about woman's rights and negro's right and how that needed to change because you are judging somebody based on their skin tone, gender, etc. And in a way she connected with everyone somehow. This speech was very important because Sojourner Truth was one of many who brought this issue to the public's eye and really tried to make a change for the
Her words did not even change her own husband John Adams’s views on the proper place of women in society. In June 30, 1778 Abigail Adams wrote another letter telling her husband how the education of women was neglected , once again this letter show that she was fighting not violently but with her words, she wanted woman to be equal and her way was to push her husband to make that happen. She was passionately believe in women equalities and she prove to us that fighting with your words is as good as fighting violently. Another question that we can ask ourselves is what was the
Working as an aid at the United Nation, Emily represents a socially empowered woman showing off her expertise and satisfaction with career. In contrast to Margo who is a socialist supportive to Tony, Emily appears independent with her own job and more freedom at first. However, as the story goes forward, the film reveals different sides of Emily. For example, in a scene where she obediently accepts Steven’s advice to wear a red dress instead of a black one, audience can clearly recognize that she is far from the passionate Emily seen in the opening love scene or in the later office scene. With Steven following her into the closet and the images of doors repeatedly passing the screen, Emily keeps distance from Steven but cannot be totally free from him.
The killing of her father works, but they should exchange some witty banter. The flashback with Angelique regarding the women slaves is not needed, it hinders the pace, and her backstory is enough. Angelique can 't hurt Leigha and this shows her vulnerability and makes her complex. Leigha, as mentioned, is the sweet little girl that everyone loves. She claims her mother’s name was “Beth?” But it’s Megan (page 23).
A interview with Jill Stein, the Green Party nominee. In the interview she talks about how both sides are fighting for fears rather than values. So her logos is saying that she promotes values rather than fears. But the people vote more so for their fears, because they want to feel safe. Safety is on Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs.
Jill Stein is a woman who believes in the inevitable. She discusses things about the topics that the other candidates look over. Although she participated in the election running against Mitt Romney and did not succeed, that did not hinder her from running again. She believes that billions of dollars should not determine if the American people can hear her platform. Jill Stein will is the best candidate for President, because she voices her views on education, families and children, and jobs.
The last paragraphs in the article keep the audience on her side while also allowing her audience room to think about their own behaviors. A joke is inserted to remind them of the ridiculousness of the birther movement and keep the article focused on that specific group. However the paragraph following that tells the real message as Kolbert quotes Sunstein once again. Now the article has switched as this is now directed towards her audience as she say it is human behavior and something we all do.The last line of the article is “computers don 't spread rumors; people do” This is the main message
She shows that she knows that hey forbid her from writing, but it is the only way that she knows she will get better. Even though she will well aware that her husband, sister and doctor find it a un- likely cure and are against it. We are also to that the narrator tries to cope with her problems as well. Unlike John, who simply ignores his obstacles, the narrator descends into a sense of imagination to help mentally heal herself. The narrator becomes almost compulsively obsessed with the idea of freeing the women behind the bars of the yellow wallpaper.