b. Exigence in a rhetorical situation refers to an urgent problem that needs to be solved and an effective speech will address the problem and try to deliver a solution or at least bring awareness to the problem. In the above example, the exigence is that the decision about the next Student Union president has to be made by the deadline. c. Audience in a rhetorical situation refers to the people who can be influenced or persuaded by the speech. Sometimes the audience can be all citizens who have access to information through newspapers or TV such as during the ongoing US presidential election campaign. In our example the audience is Alice T’s fellow classmates who she is trying to persuade to vote for her.
However, this also means that speech that does not call for violence should not be prohibited, no matter how offensive it is. After all, when all of these historical standards are picked out and taken into account, what we are left with is the bare backbone of our nation’s philosophy: the freedom to express your true
To begin, Pitts uses colloquial in all three of the articles. Using colloquial or informal language gives a conversational tone to the articles it also makes the reader feel more comfortable with the author. For example, in Don 't Lower the Bar on Education-- “ So I’m in college, right?” Pitts is asking the rhetorical question as if he was there talking to the reader.
In my previous English 101 class that I took last semester I had to write a rhetorical analysis on a topic I am very passionate about. My paper was titled “Why Everyone Should Be Feminist.” The assignment was that we had to read an article, and analyze the components the author used. After analyzing the work, we had to write our own rhetorical analysis using what we learned from the article. The purpose was to get us used to picking out writing tools, so we could learn how to put them in our own work.
No, due process does not violate the fourteenth Amendment of United Stated Constitution in regards to after school detention because the discipline does not “derive any person of life, liberty, or property” (U.S. Const Amend. 14). Detention means “the withholding of what belongs to or is claimed by another” (Dictionary.com). In reference to school discipline procedure a detention is withholding the claim of release from the institution of education set forth by the state’s department of education for minor infraction.
Some Schools can tend to overload policies and guidelines. Dress code seems to restrict freedom of students around the country. According to the book Students’ Viewpoints, strict dress codes don't allow students to express themselves. It's been a long time american value to practice the idea that americans can be as mean as they want to, so as that they don't directly promote violence towards anyone. We put up with just about anything that grinds our gears, because our disapprovement doesn't have the power to prevent others from saying or doing something.
The laws, in actuality, ban prayer led by the school or a school official. While a valid argument, it is incorrect. Some may say banning prayer in schools is a violation of the first amendment, but it is not the act of prayer that is banned, but prayer endorsed by the school that is
Some people may say that cyberbullying outside of school is not the schools problem and can violate some rights. In Source B, the source was about how schools had no authority to discipline a child for harassment off-campus. The constitution states that, “Congress should make no aww.. Abridging the freedom of speech” which states that they cannot punish you for something that is in the constitution. Courts ruled that a school could not discipline a student for inappropiate off-campus student speech.(Source B)
Also books should not be banned so everyone can gain knowledgeable history of the world. Some people believe books should not be banned because it’s taking away our rights as human beings, limits knowledge and takes away our upper hand on history. To begin, books should not be banned from libraries, schools or in the United States because
Leadership theories and approaches. University of People BUS 4402 Professor Edith Koopmans December 28th, 2016 Leadership theories and approaches. In this week’s written assignment I’m going to present the brief overview of leadership theories and to describe in details pros and cons of the different leadership theories (at least 3) and then to discuss how these theories fit with my own personal style.
Cal Thomas’s paper is not totally against the idea of the American dream dying but, works to explain why it is dying while Brandon King’s essay stresses that the American dream is more alive than ever and goes on to prove why. When comparing Cal Thomas’s writing to Brandon King’s writing three main points were used which were discussing the American dream in regards to each writer, the second point covered texts or outside writing used in each author’s paper, finally the third point went over each author’s views on the American dream today and what in their paper proved their
Assignment 3 ICT 4800 Network Comm and the Internet Instructor: Prof. Steven Starliper Submitted by Medha Banda 872987212 June 24, 2015 IPV6? The IP addresses are used by the internet to identify all the devices that are connected to it. Each machine has a unique address to be identified.
the more options there and can be used to violate privacy. Most people consider they have little, if any, control over their personal data. Better encryption and the minimizing of data requirements aids in this goal. PIMS systems are a new technological developing that promises to aid the privacy dilemma. The PIMS system consists of a user’s server, running the services selected by the user, storing and processing the user’s data locally instead of on an online server.
T.L.O is relying on court president which is similar to the case of Mapp vs Ohio, that if you don’t have a warrant and you go in and find evidence that that is excluded from trial so they shouldn’t be able to use the contents of T.L.O’s purse. This case is a restraint case because it’s not going to change the rules of the school, it’s going to allow for the search. The court argues that it is correct that students do have an expectation of privacy. No student should expect to have a full scale body search. They also say that there needs to be a balancing test with schools ability to have law and order to run classes to make sure legal activities and drugs aren’t in the school to get in the way of educational objectives.
As our final assignment for cornerstone we were tasked with revising our rhetorical analysis. I received a B, 81%, and by the end of my revisions have “A” quality work. During recent assignments and papers for other classes I realized the thesis was one of the first few sentences in the paper. As I was reading my paper I noticed that the purpose of the author writing this wasn 't until almost halfway into the first paragraph.