'Rhetorical Analysis Of Is Google Making USupid?'

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Rhetorical Analysis Writer have different way of getting their point across, like in the article “Is Google Making Us Stupid? By Nicholas Carr. He makes an argument that google is a convenient tools and is making us less able to process deep information. He use ethos, pathos, logos and tone to prove his ideas. Carr want the audience to feel a connection to his article. The title of the article makes you think of how are we stupid using gooing. Carr capture his audience attention using an allusion from Stanley Kubrick movie 2001, A Space Odyssey. He made his point from the movie with the Supercomputer HAL plead. Gaping any reader who has watch A Space Odyssey or interested in any supercomputer stuff to his article. He highlight the fact that a computer could think for you. “I’ve had an uncomfortable sense that someone, or something, has been tinkering with my brain”(Is google making us stupid? by Carr page 2). Carr use ethos to appeal to his audience making a connection with his personal …show more content…

He use his own personal story letting the readers know he serious about it. “I now have almost totally lost the ability to read and absorb a longish article on the web or in print”( Is google making us stupid? Page 3). Reflecting on what you have done in the past, s/he might think they going to lose their ability to read. Scanning through short passages of books without not reading you will lose the idea of the book and the source. “The deep reading that used to come naturally has become a struggle”(Is google making us stupid? Page 2). When you are use to taking the shortcut and then going back to the long way will be hard. We get lazy in our reading, trying to find a way out but we don’t know what we doing could mess with the way we think. Not doing anything about it could destroy us or our brain will not function as how it use to be and we start to lose interest in what we

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