Rhetorical Analysis 5.07

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I have chosen this article because the tittle seems very enticing. I want to know deeper information on how we can read people’s thoughts just by looking at them. I am also interested with the psychological issue so I decided to read and learn through this article. 4. Explain briefly in four or five sentences what the article is about. The article explains that the story of John Yarbrough who is the former of Sheriff in Los Angles Country. He is very experienced in patrol so he could know the intention of every people to do just by read people’s expression. Years later, he worked for psychologist to help train police officers. They had a series of video tape test to the people lying and telling the truth, talking about the general subjects. They gave the tests to FBI, CIA, DEA, and etc. Most of them scored about fifty percent. They would have done the same had they just guessed. Among others though, Yarbrough, did exceptionally well, with suggests that his hunch was something more and that something in the man’s face told him not to shoot. …show more content…

What is the writer’s message or purpose in writing this article? The writer is trying to tell the story of a guy who could read people’s thoughts just by looking at that people, but not every people could have that skill. Because many things that must be considered, and of course it’s hard to be understood and quite complicated. 6. Give your personal comment on the article as a conclusion of your article review. Reading, understanding, and applying facial expression are very interested. This article brings the reader to know about a guy who is really expert in facial expression. We can know how he works when he was a Sheriff in Los Angles Country and his experiences in patrol which always meet with the criminal issues there. And by reading it, I realized that it is important to learn how to read people’s thought just by looking at them to prevent ourselves from doing anything rashly and

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