Rhetorical strategies including pathos, ethos, and logos are stylistic elements often used as a persuasion technique to get an audience to either buy a product or participate in something. Advertisements almost always have at least one of these three components, and Super Bowl commercials specifically are renowned for their entertaining use of these strategies. Of the many Super Bowl commercials, two stood out to me for their in-depth use of all three of these rhetorical strategies. The first commercial combines the extreme measures taken by an overprotective dad and the new Hyundai Genesis. These two seemingly unlike ideas are brought together in a collaboration that effectively use pathos, ethos, and logos to prove the audience of their product.
Stereotypes and social scripts are a timeless subject that have been caught and displayed to entertain through movies. Whether it be a classic, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, with Asian Mr. Yunioshi played by the obliviously Caucasian Mickey Rooney. (source) Exhibiting the obvious incorrect race for the role, and yet the film still went on the be very successful. This is due to dyers thinking, “stereotypes express particular definitions of reality, with concomitant evaluations, which in turn relate to the disposition of power within society.” (dyer 3) The power of society deciding that the stereotyping is acceptable. Therefore, allowing for the movie to carry on without too much confrontation.
The specific techniques Burton uses all help his movies to progress and be more entertaining. They help us sympathize with characters and feel strong emotions. Burton uses his unique style to change the our expectation of an event, we can predict that this will happen or that will happen but sooner or later the outcome is always something we would never expected it to be. Burton uses his own unique sense of style to make his films more interesting and have more depth and meaning into them. These 3 films all have a message embedded in them, for “Charlie in the Chocolate Factory” it most likely is that big people come from humble beginnings.
All of these writers all give substantial information of their viewpoints which combined makes up the identity of American culture. The identity of American culture would not be a perfect fixated system of practices or traditions, but rather the ideology of what is present at the time and how it is beneficial to improving onward in society. Price illustrates a vivid and flamboyant perception of the pink flamingo in American culture after
Extra does a good job at showcasing pathos and ethos while logos is not as obvious but is still there making the commercial effective at persuading the audience. Pathos is the form of persuasion which uses, and messes with, people’s feelings. Pathos can be very effective while also being manipulative by pulling at one’s feelings very strongly. Extra Gum uses this form of persuasion very clearly in their ad for gum. It shows the memories of a girl and her father have created over the years because of the gum.
Extra attempted to pull the viewers heart strings to make the commercial memorable. The song “Can’t help falling in love” by Haley Reinhart played amid the commercial. The song itself could appeal to people’s emotions. These elements of the story between Sarah and Juan create an obvious emotional connection due to pathos
The Raisin in the Sun, Jurassic Park, and Percy Jackson they all turned into great movies that viewers loved more than the books. Stephen King once said, “Books and movies are like apples and oranges they both are fruit, but taste completely
Conversely, Neil Postman contests Orwell’s dark dystopia, stating that Aldous Huxley’s vision in A Brave New World, where the overload of information and distractions captivates contemporary society, is more applicable today than ever, a view that is true today. American culture thrives on trivial matters—celebrity news, TV shows, and social media, such as Twitter, Instagram, or Snapchat. This obsession with popular culture
Haribo has grown more because the technology they produce more gummy candy faster and it 's easier, it’s also helped because with the technology that we have now people from other countries can order the gummy candy online becuase now that’s possible, you can now taste this amazing candy, it doesn 't matter where you are. Haribo still has a good production and makes a lot of gummy bears each day to ship all over the world. Haribo has had ups and downs but they have been able to recover and continue making this delicious candy. The golden bear is still the famous logo for the gummy candy after all that 's how it all started(Jacqueline
The Roaring Twenties was a time of drastic reform; both in social regards and many others. One of the many things that had been born from the twenties is undoubtedly the American Experience. To people at the time, the term American Experience meant a plethora of things. It was a term that was unique to each individual, and stood for their goal, or maybe the lack thereof, or perhaps it stood for their own character and defined their whole life. Regardless, the American Experience was entirely adaptable; writing from the many authors that stemmed from this time had proved that to be true.