The moving story of Recy Taylor, a woman raped and beaten, through the retelling of Oprah, only further hooks the audience, creates a sense of sincerity and intimacy, and ultimately strengthens Oprah’s persuasion of the audience. Oprah’s display as an orator should not go unnoticed. Throughout the entirety of her delivery, Oprah projects herself with a clear, calm, and strong yet soft emphasis. Oprah maintains stern eye-contact with the audience, and presents herself in a strong, iron-body demeaner. These oratorical techniques coincide to further captivate the audience and continue to ease the audience into the persuasion of the viewpoint presented in her speech.
With the introduction of the press. Oprah initiates her argument by stating her first claim which underlines the press, “it is the insatiable dedication to uncovering the absolute truth that keeps us from turning a blind eye to corruption and to injustice”. Oprah wants to see a free press that reports honestly and truthfully, so that awareness can be brought on problems that are experienced by women in
Gretchen Carlson’s powerful Ted Talk describes how sexual harassment in work places has become something ordinary for thousands of women. Carlson uses Monroe’s Motivated Sequence to present each argument in her presentation. For instance, to get the audience’s attention, Carlson starts off her presentation by describing real life scenarios in which women were harassed by their male co-workers or bosses. This strategy is an outstanding way of getting the audience’s attention because what Carlson is saying is raw and makes the audience feel uncomfortable. Furthermore, Carlson continues to develop Monroe’s Motivated Sequence by describing the problem and that there is a need to change it.
They became the story and this story affects not only the entertainment industry but also culture, geography, race, religion and so much more. Oprah wanted to show her gratitude toward the women who have endured assault and abuse because no matter what circumstances they went through they still got up and provided for their family and themselves. They like everyone else had dreams and some people pursue them no matter what. Not everyone comes forward and tells their story or maybe they did but its not able to reach everyone's ears. We might never know their names but just know that they are among
Taylor is another woman considered to have been prominent figures in the USA’s civil rights movement. Although they may not be current, Winfrey uses their stories of overcoming “brutally powerful men.” to empower women, attempting to make them feel that they can do the same. This also reinforces her closing statement, that “a new day is on the horizon!”. Winfrey believes that with so many people now coming forward with their stories of abuse and torment, society can begin to overcome these
In the series How to Get Away with Murder Viola Davis acts as a feminist advocate, challenges beauty standards, and opens the path for others to follow in her steps. Mrs. Davis has proven that she is a force to be recon with, not only does she take on powerful roles but she takes a stand with important issues affecting society today. In the 2018 LA Women’s March, Viola spoke about the Me-Too Movement and how it must be more inclusive of women of color who are also victims of sexual assault. “All the women who do not have the images in the media to give them a sense of self-worth to break their silence” (Davis). This is a key part of the movement that is missing and when she brought it front and center to her speech it showed her knowledge of the issue and how she was doing something to change it.
Abstract Taylor Swift has been marked by her many fans as an icon of feminism and empowerment. Inspiring girls on how their own experiences and personal truths are something worth singing about. Illustrating what she claims to be female empowerment through ‘squads’ and award speeches. With the rapidly increasing influence of mainstream media, it is imperative to highlight how big icons such as Taylor Swift are manipulating and being manipulated by the masses, society and the market itself for profit and personal gains. This paper will discuss how Taylor Swift exemplifies an icon who uses feminism as an embellishment for her own personal brand.
Oprah’s acceptance speech for the Cecile B. Demille award during the 2018 Golden Globe, became a topic of conversation after the annual film and television awards show. Her speech served as an attempt to shed light on the systemic inequalities implanted in our society, including the entertainment industry. She dealt with topics such as racism and sexual abuse and was determined to share a message that the time for those concerns are up. She also utilizes this opportunity to establish her affiliation with the “Me-too” and “Times’s up” movements, which are intended to empower women by making sexual abuse a public conversation. Although the speech may be generally acknowledged, some may have dissimilar reactions.
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