Rhetorical Argument On Drug Abuse

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Drug abuse advertisements on television hold an immense potential to alter societal and cultural beliefs pertaining to drug use. These beliefs affect multiple groups of people, ranging from impressionable teens to, arguably, the group these beliefs most negatively affect: people who suffer from drug addictions. Advertisements, possibly the most prominent form of rhetorical argument, articulate their points via words and pictures in order to propose a specific change or idea to entice the target audience watching at home, and this power to persuade viewers greatly affects their view on drug use, coaxing them to view it as a moral issue. However, many in the medical field assert that drug addiction is, in fact, a mental illness, and that drug
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