To push the narrative forward the documentary had to accomplish certain objectives. It first needed to prove to the audience that the gold rush did happen by showing primary and secondary sources. The last objective was to give the audience reenactments for entertainment and visual cues. The film provides enough facts to make it a documentary even though there no is no real footage of the California Gold rush. This is an accurate representation of the historical event because it is able to back up all of its claims.
However, the very little she does use is primarily pathos to grab the audience’s attention. She discusses the price jumps of two medicines (Retrophin and Daraphim). According to the speaker, Shkrelli was the man behind both of the price changes. Pathos is used by the attempt to make the audience empathize the consumers that have faced the cruelty of the pharmaceutical industry and their ridiculous price changes. While trying to incite emotions she uses logos by inputting statistics of the price jump which is said to be about twenty times for Retrophin and about fifty five times for
Once the Continental Railroad was completed Henry and William had an easier time creating a monopoly on shipping goods to the workers and residents of the west (History.com Staff). Once their business was successful they started to serve as a bank buying gold dust, selling paper bank drafts, and loans to help fuel the economy in California
The infamous checkers speech came as the result of an accusation of corruption, foreshadowing President Richard Nixon’s lengthy struggle with candor. 20 years prior to the scandal that changed the way the American people viewed the federal government, Nixon had the ability to utilize the modes of persuasion to his advantage, with few attempts being made at uncovering any discrepancies. This essay will explore his application of ethos and pathos in the first part of the checkers speech and how it enabled the American people to resonate with his narrative, with logos being far less of a factor. Establishing credibility in a case of potential corruption is seemingly impossible; however, President Nixon’s utilization of ethos throughout his
Piff shows the audience that he is a reliable and intelligent person because Berkeley is a prestigious university in California. Next, he tells the audience that he has devoted 7-11 years to his research about money and how it effects people. His devotion to his study proves that Professor Paul Piff has the audiences’ best interests at heart. The many years he has spent investigating shows that his results are accurate and unbiased. Next in Paul Piff’s T.E.D.
It explains that this Mexicans are not treated equally as others, because they come from other country crossing the border. There is no that much explanation for the logos part of the article, it just gives us a hint by saying immigrants. As I mentioned in the above, the article is so emotional explaining the life of Mexicans. Especially the story of de haro. It is so emotional that "they are not even called Mexicans when they found dead, they called ILLEGAL aliens or illegals."
However, many think Cinco de Mayo is Mexican Independence Day, but that answer is far from the truth. Mexican Independence Day is September 16th, not May 5th. Cinco de Mayo is the celebration of the Battle of Puebla. The celebration was created in America and is mostly recognized in California, due to their high population of Latinos, Hispanics, and Mexican Americans, as a celebration of pride from their heritage. As stated earlier, Cinco de Mayo is the celebration of the Battle of Puebla.
He gave a simple speech that won the people over by explaining the need to for a “common sense” to be brought back to the government. Reagan served two terms as California governor. During his time as governor, Reagan made many cuts in education and social services. He first made cuts to government hiring to slow down the state workforce. Reagan proposed that more than 4,000 jobs be cut from the state within 18 months.
As the gun control debate rages on and continues to be a substantial topic among our presidential debates, do we need a little bit of reform to an outdated constitutional amendment? The second amendment was adopted over 200 years ago in 1791. Since then there have been many changes in our culture and advances in firearm technology. Year after year, decade after decade, one shooting after another, our gun laws have hardly kept up. Our closest allies and most similar foreign counterparts surpass us in their updated firearm laws.
Project 1 Assignment: Hollyhock Comparison Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Date of Submission Introduction The Hollyhock House was designed by Frank Lloyd and is regarded as his greatest achievement in California. It displays a mélange of architectural themes that works perfectly well, yet many people feel that he is not solely responsible for the work. The house was built for an oil heiress in the 1920s. This paper is out to analyze the Hollyhock house and later compare it to other works of art in regions like Asia and other parts of America. This house is architecturally a unique marvel that feels retro and futuristic at the same time, thus standing out as the most significant structure in the 20th century by American architects (Department of Culture Affairs, Los Angeles).
Perfect often reads fake. The “96.4%” sounds significant but not made up. Not only does fact appeal to the logic of business but the legitimacy of the Chick-fil-a itself. According to kairos, the timing of a billboard would be perfect to attract corporate personnel. Billboards line the interstates and mass highways traveled daily by those working in largely populated areas.
Donald Bren is the well-known real estate mogul who Forbes describes as the richest real estate developer in the world. His reputation spans across the nation for his tactics and his practical know-how in the industry of real estate. He was able to turn himself into this wealthy character through hard work and dedication which is required to reach the billionaire status that he currently holds. Donald was born May 11th, 1932 in Las Angeles, California to Marion and Milton Bren. Donald’s parents were also accomplished people, probably to which he received his motivation to do well in life.
I will be writing in support of USU.9 Currency Overhaul for an Industrious Nation (COIN) Act. This bill does a multitude of things, the first thing that it does is it will change the design of the two-dollar bill every five years. The second and most important is that it will require each transaction to be rounded to the nearest five cents, ultimately eliminating the penny. The third is that it will set a date when all one dollar bills will be discontinued and no longer allow new bills to be put into circulation. This bill will also require a study to be done on the more cost effective composition of metals for current coins.
How Effective is the Federal Trade Commission In the end of last month we saw FTC Commissioner Maureen Ohlhausen speak at a panel titled Federal Online Data Security Regulation: Where Are We Going? in which she shed some light on the agency 's approach towards enforcing data security. She stated that while the Federal Trade Commision simply doesn 't have the time to investigate every reported breach it has a remarkable 70% closure rate in prosecuting data security cases. Ohlhausen also admitted that the data security program of the FTC is not perfect, elaborating that the agency closes a case after it has deemed the company 's security as good, or at least reasonable. This is due to the nature of the rapidly evolving technological
For example in source 2, the author states that “The one-cent piece, commonly referred to as the “penny,” has been a part of United States history for over two hundred years.” This shows that the penny is a part of U.S history and will cause many problems if they stop making them. Additionally in source 4, it is stated “This system would be extremely confusing