Rhetorical Analysis Of Katz's Fight Against Violence Against Women

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Katz’s impactful diction challenges men to take action against violence against women by calling it a “men’s issue” and claiming that men have the ability to end it. He begins by addressing the audience with the statement that domestic violence is not limited to just women, but also to men. He is convinced that it is more of a man’s problem than a woman’s because the majority of it is in fact caused by men. Abuse is from man to woman, man to girl, and man to boy, which affects the future generation and allows domestic abuse and violence to continue on. Since in most situations men have more capabilities, power, and authority, he calls on them to help end this social problem. Though women should be contributing as well, the movement depend on

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