Rhetorical Analysis Of The Ways We Lie

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Stephanie Ericsson, someone intrigued by the subject of lying, targets middle-aged adults with families in "The Ways We Lie." She wants them to realize the different ways that everyone can lie in order to see when they are being deceived and not allow it. By putting herself on the same level as her audience, she allows the audience to know that they can empathize with each other. She appeals to the audience 's values about how lying has a bad connotation to it so they feel confused. The rhetorical question she uses influences her audience to think about the concept of lying. By asking this question, she makes the audience think about why people lie and the consequences of lying. Also, the audience can connect better with Ericsson as she gives

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