shifts the focus to the discussion of America’s new policy toward other countries. Specify is to be specific about (something) to help reader understand better. He combines the use of juxtaposition and the tool of specify by using the same structure “let both side…” to remind his audiences, especially the USSR that it is time for the USSR and America to cooperate with each other in order to alleviate the burden of the cost on modern weapon as well as to cooperatively improve the world to become a better place. In his juxtaposition, J.F.K. specifies the work they can do together, such as arms control, science field collaborate and so on. Without specification, his point may seem hollow and pale, for the audiences then will have nothing concrete to
My Answer- C, the expression of peacekeeping efforts. Nothing about Reagan’s tone in his writing is peaceful. He is not giving Gorbachev a choice, he is forcing him to make a decision. , Correct Answer- B, Increased assertiveness and bellicosity. This is the correct answer.
As United States citizens, we lack the motivation for preparedness and choose to wait until something happens in order to find a solution. Representative Rush Holt speaks out on the issues The United States has as a whole in the article, Why Foreign Language Matters, by using the three rhetorical devices, ethos, pathos, and logos. Holt can be given credibility because he directly quotes the words of one of our Presidents, Barack Obama, trying to persuade us on what we should be doing to become bilingual. The author uses pathos to grab the readers by the heart and toggle their emotions when he refers to the attack of 9/11. By stating factual evidence, the author uses logos when he discloses the amount of money raised for the National Security Education Program.
To present his main points he will put into action during his presidency, Reagan uses logos on several occasions in his speech. Logically structured sentences that show his stance on the old government and a renewed one helps the audience to better understand why he believes what he does. For example, Reagan states, “Those who do work are denied a fair
David A. Frank’s rationale for conducting the research was centered around the idea that eulogies responsible for persuading people on the national level should determine circumstances which require additional policies. This idea was based on two particular speeches of president Obama’s following mass shootings in Tucson and Newtown. The key areas of research Frank contributes to are in the functions of national eulogies, diction in epideictic dialogue, as well as diplomatic approaches in advocating policy making. A key theoretical concept strengthened by this research is that presenting a base for policy change is required in epideictic speech for societies to advance. In this case, Frank uses gun control as an example for the premise of policy building.
As the strategists, I am responsible for making plans and connections outside of class. The main expectations for my role were to take good note of the speech that the speaker used and to make create a strategy for my team. Our main goals for the game is to become President of the National Assembly, to maintain a neutral position as an indeterminate member, and to survive the French Revolution. On the first day of class, we went around and visited the different factions and talked to them about the president.
Transformational leaders belong to the latter category. The 4I’s are the usually found factors amongst these leaders which include: Inspirational motivation, Intellectual stimulation, Individualized consideration and last but not the least Idealized influence. (Bass & Avolio, 1994) PROS AND CONS OF TRANSFORAMTIONAL LEADERSHIP Just like two sides of a coin, the theory has its own advantages and disadvantages. Transformational leadership is an inspiration to country.
For example, my father had taught of what is happening in the government and how it will affect the country. He showed me during a news broadcast about the new laws the president had made and explained to me by stating what the new laws mean and whether it’s a either good law or a bad law. Another example is
Through volunteering, I realized successful leaders exhibit perseverance and are self-disciplined and that servant leadership is not a specific style or skill but rather, it is about (a leader’s) behavior and actions, that are adopted over the longer term. As a leader, it is important to understand the organizational mission, values and long-term vision, whether one is working for the organization or a volunteer of it, to effectively and whole-heartedly serve the organization. This experience showed me the areas in my leadership, where I can improve upon. I recognized the importance of listening to others and what a vital part it plays, in building strong and successful relationships. I also recognized, that I tend to want to nurture and care for others, and while that is important, it is also important to recognize when an individual may not welcome that and that is okay.