In 1813, John died, Mary never remarried again. She worked as servant for the rest of her life. People described her as a short, heavy-set woman who had an abrupt manner. She loved children and was a tender, careful nurse to the sick. Mary McCauley did have a rough side, however.
She wants her audience to see how much this means to women in society and how it is a dream for women. She wants them to see it is bigger than many things and not something to ignore. She is effective also in the sense that she is referring to MLK’s speech and thus showing the importance of her words she is stating. She also uses power in her tone to almost attack the values of the members on the International Olympic Committee. She does this by saying that the “IOC’s vote will be a fundamental test of its commitment to women and its own core Olympic values, particularly equality” (Finch).
In his speech to Rwandans in 1998 , Billa; Clinton claims many people are responsible for for the genocide and they all need to come together to fix it, using pathos and repetition to back up his point of view. First and foremost, Clinton uses pathos to convince the audience that many are guilty for the rwandan genocide and that many will have to make up for it. Clinton uses pathos to convince the audience that many are guilty for the Rwandan genocide and that many will have to make up for it. “And when they were found, the old and the sick, women and children alike, they were killed (...) because they had a Tusi parent, or because someone thought they looked like a tutsi,” (Clinton 1998). This quote emphasizes that women and children as
Mary not only had grown as an intellectual, but so had her independent stance in the world. Soon after she had graduated from medical school, she married the man in whom she loved and opened her own private practice. Mary still aspired to have a larger role among the community. After offering her business to the government, she applied for a role in the U.S. Army, however, she was denied and instead offered the
Malala addresses and acknowledges all the people who have helped her in the beginning of the speech. Giving help of her use of ethos in the speech. Malala creates an analogy using logos. Stating statistics of how many children across the world are not receiving the education needed. Going on, Malala speaks more on women’s education between society.
Service Not Included But Arguments Are In “Service not Included: Restaurant industry serves up injustice to workers”, the author, Kathleen Kingsbury uses rhetorical techniques to inform her audience of the hardships faced by restaurant workers at a time when “Timepressed Americans eat out for at least five meals a week, and the average household spent $2,620 on food away from home…”. The author uses the three different classes of rhetorical arguments to persuade persuades her audience to support securing and increasing the hourly wage of workers in the restaurant industry, and uses her understanding The Boston Globe’s target audience to craft a convincing article.
In 1972, Shirley Chisholm stood before thousands of people and presented her presidential bid declaration speech. Chisholm uses all three of Aristotle’s persuasive appeals. Throughout Chisholm’s speech, she used logos, pathos and ethos. Logos is the appeal to logic in which reasoning and facts comes into play. Then pathos is the appeal to emotions in which she uses words to pull and the heart strings of her audience.
The world has developed in many areas such as in gender, sexual, and racial rights. Shirley Chisholm stands as one of these individuals in history that has paved a path to equality. Her Presidential bid, delivered on January 25, 1972, is one moment cemented in history. This paper will analyze that speech by examining her pathos, logos, and ethos. Pathos is Greek for an appeal of emotion.
For example Anthony says, “but this oligarchy of sex, which makes father, brothers, husband, sons, the oligarchs over the mother and sisters, the wife and daughters, of every household” This is very sad since women and girls should not be ruled or told what to do because they are thought of to be less than man. The constitution is in place to have a unified country not to have an oligarchy of men lead households. The pathos appeal is used to show what suffering women are going through due to men ruling them, and not knowing how to fight back. Susan B. Anthony in her speech also says, “Are women persons?.....and no state has the right to make a law, or to enforce an old law, that shall abridge their privileges and immunities.”, which also connects with the emotions of the audience. She is trying to make people feel bad that women are treated less even though they are just as righteous as men to have the same privileges.
People usually turn a blind eye on whatever they find troublesome as if the problem would go away. Mary Fisher wants people to stop their ignorance and prejudice. She wants them to realize AIDS is spreading and affecting many individuals. It can infect anyone at anytime; everyone is at risk. In Mary Fisher’s speech, “A Whisper of Aids”, she utilizes parallel structure, metaphor, and antithesis to support her argument for people to be aware and informed about the disease.
Fisher uses powerful diction and word choice to bring the secretive disease into the light. Through her speech, “A Whisper of AIDS”, Fisher uses fear inducing logistics and powerful emotional images to sway her audience. She showed the world that the HIV virus does not strictly target homosexual men. People of all backgrounds are effected. Her speech brought about funding and increased
The essence of the speech relies on Chisholm’s fundamental ability and her own personal
This allows the audience to know that she can relate to the situation. Most everyone texts and it can be easy to allow such language to bleed over into any type of formal writing. She, however, believes that people have enough common sense and control and that most people don't allow themselves to use such language in their final drafts of their formal writings. Despite establishing her credibility and strong use of logos, she does, however, lack in pathos. She fails at truly connecting with the reader on a more personal and emotional level.
Fisher begins her speech to the Republican party and struggling families by discussing how widespread the struggle of silence is for those infected and her own experiences of being shut out due to her disease through the use of a metaphor. In which she employed a serious tone appealing to the emotions of those affected by the disease when saying “I asked the
The reality of the situation was that she had no control over her father’s death. There was nothing or no way that she could have prevented the events that took place. Although she was extremely angry with the situation at hand she learned that she had other things to be grateful for. She wanted people to know that even though something or someone has passed away you can’t stay stuck in the state of depression forever. You have to step back and look at your life because the reality is, life still moves on.