My side of this topic is for the minimum driving age to be raised and have teenagers wait to drive. This position asserts if the minimum age were increased insurance prices would decrease, car crashes would decrease, and the ability for brain development and better decision making would increase. The opposing position disagrees in the raising of the minimum age limit, asserting other alternatives could potentially have the same effect. If my position wins, there could be fewer fatal accidents among teenagers, teenagers may not have to take on large financial pressures at an early age, and many poor decisions can be avoided. Ultimately, the concern is for the safety and longevity of life for the teenage
The truth is many of us done it and still do it. In fact, it is a common occurrence nowadays to see people texting during driving. Many drivers engage in the practice not considering about the potential detrimental effects of their actions. Winfrey suggests all we have to do is hang up or switch off. It
Rhetoric is the art of effective persuasive writing or speaking, its main use is to have a meaningful impact on the audience. Persuasive speeches can be used in multiple ways to better the world. Rhetoric can be used to show the future outcome, activist use this technique. Martin Luther King Jr. used rhetoric in his speeches to tell the audiences about the possible future if they all work together towards their common goal. Persuasive speeches can be impactful when addressed and crafted precisely.
As discussed in this paper, a patient’s decision to consent to euthanasia affects their family as well as healthcare funding. With that being said, the decision to legalize Active voluntary euthanasia is an extremely important decision. Emotionally, euthanasia is the better decision as it causes relief for the patient and peace of mind and time for closure for the family members of the patient. It is also less agonizing for the patient and can be done in a way that is respectful to the patient and their family. Financially, euthanasia would lessen the financial burden that would have been left up to relatives to pay off as well as it would reduce the money spent on funding end – of – life care.
Keeping euthanasia outlawed regulates religion, aids morality, and supports physicians’ ethics. Euthanasia is killing a patient painlessly for medical reasons, even sometimes given without a request from the patient, such as being in a coma. Euthanasia goes against peoples’ one right to life. Some think it is ok because it supposedly helps the patient, but is it realistically helping? There should be so many other options for patients to choose from, instead of thinking death is respectable choice.
To make the process effective a speaker should be credible (ethos), ought to have emotional influence on the target audience (pathos) and appeal to its logical reason. According to Cialdini (1984:13) six main principles of persuasion can be distinguished. 1. Reciprocation: as the rule says when the person receives something, s/he should feel obliged to give it back. As a result, persuasive speakers are willing to be helpful to their target audience or to give so-called “free samples”, because they expect the receiver to give back what have been given to him or her before.
Cell Phones and Driving Why is this topic a problem, especially for teen drivers? Now a days, everywhere you look people have phones in their hands - playing games, texting, or calling people. But the evidence is clear that if you are driving, you can’t be focused on your phone and the road; it 's just not possible. You then become a dangerous threat to not only yourself, but to the other people who are on the road. It has now been proven that using your cell phone while driving is one of the major causes of driver distraction.
Euthanasia is giving people the rest that they desperately need. Opponents also claim "Alternative treatments are available, such as palliative care and hospices. We do not have to kill the patient to kill the symptoms, nearly all pain can be relieved". They can take palliative but until when? All those patients are just experiencing pain and stress, once cancer gets in a person.