She was so intelligent as a leader always making the correct choices and leading us to right places. She was trustworthy by always helping out causes. She always went to go give speeches about certain problems. Sometimes she would have to travel to a different country! Another way she was trustworthy was when her husband, Franklin Roosevelt, suffered from a polio attack, she stepped in and fulfilled
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live in a collectivist society. Ayn Rand lived through communism and she saw nazisim,in her book she gives an example of a collectivist society, she uses this novel to warn people about what could happen if we lived in a society like that. Ayn Rand uses her novela ANTHEM to explore the theme of individualism by having Equality discover light, by defing society, and discovering that ones self respect is the most important thing in the universe. To start when Equality discovered light for the first time in the tunnel he also becomes smarter By doing this he starts to become independant by being the only one who knows this information and becoming smarter by himself. You see this in chapter 3 when he finds the power of light (electricity).
In the next section Jefferson begins to list off all of the reasons that the English monarchy has hurt the colonies. Jefferson uses parallel structure to be blunt and to the point by making each complaint its own paragraph and starting each one with “He has”. This is an effective strategy to quickly list off the innumerable justifications on why the colonists seek independence. The parallel structure allows for King George and the Colonists to quickly read the long list of complaints and after finishing it becomes clear what the English are doing wrong. All of these rhetorical strategies serve to assert the logic in Jefferson’s argument.
Leadership Style Angela Davis identifies with a few methods of leadership styles listed in THE ART AND SCINCE OF LEADERSHIP by Afsaneh Nahavandi, but the leadership style that I believe she identifies most would be Transformational Leadership. This leadership directly identifies with Davis by its characteristics mentioned by Nahavandi which are Charisma and Inspiration, Intellectual Stimulation, and Individual Consideration. Angela Davis is known worldwide for her continuing effort to fight all forms of oppression in the U.S. and out of the country. One example of this is how she spent a great deal of time involved in a movement to free the Soledad Brothers. She built a solid relationship with the three inmates by writing letters to encourage and uplift, going to visit and challenging the inmates to think outside of the norms that were placed on them by society which shows her charisma and intellectual stimulation.
All the values and influences that led her to bring a change to herself was mentioned and explained in "The steps that led her to bring a change". These values, concepts and people highly influenced Roxana Saberi. Above all, her cellmates influenced her the most. She had very great and positive examples that helped her confront her interrogator. The most important values are freedom and integrity.
Eleanor Roosevelt with her informal speech, the Adoption of the Declaration of Human Rights (1948), explains her opinion on the importance of the declaration and how we need to treat freedom has a right not a privilege. Eleanor supports her speech by using euphemism, apostrophe, and anadiplosis. Eleanor's purpose for the speech is to address the united nations that human rights is an important matter in the nation. She addresses this speech to the united nations, blacks, whites, and world war two victims for which the document was intended for. Eleanor was born October 11, 1884 has Anna Eleanor Roosevelt in New York, New York.
In the late 1960's Martin Luther King Jr gave a speech to help open the eyes of America to their harsh reality. He gave this speech, not as a way to bash on Americans, but as a way to inform them on ways to enact justice and equality among all. The speech had some controversial parts that in the end had a great impact. In King's speech he uses emotions, eye-opening, harsh diction and questioning imagery to inform those willing to listen, about the issues his nation faces. King uses eye-opening and harsh diction to allow the audience to feel a connection with the oppressed in America.
It refers to the times when Americans have fought for the liberty and against slavery. (10) Through blood drawn by lash and blood drawn by sword, we learned that no union founded on the principles of liberty and equality could survive half-slave and half-free. In one long sentence Barack Obama mentioned Seneca Falls, and Selma, and Stonewall that alludes to The First Women’s-Rights Convention (1848). Moreover, in the same utterance he alluded to the King, “I Have a Dream” speech, 1963. Barack Obama mentioned his name and emphasised the freedom that was really important for the King.
In the second part of the IB English Language and Literature course - Language and Mass Communication, I have identified how language in media is used to persuade and make people believe in certain propositions. From my course, I have learnt how people use different rhetorical devices to convince and persuade an audience. As the topic of “World Peace” is a very important topic. I decided to choose President John F. Kennedy’s commencement address as my stimulus. Writing from the perspective of a professor at the University of New York, and applauding President John F. Kennedy for his concerns about the world.
Giffords persuades the audience through the structure of the gripping article. The structure is extremely essential because the audience will be able to follow her thought process without any difficulty. The structure of “A Senate in the Gun’s Grip” helped make Giffords argument clear, guide the audience’s comprehension and strengthen her ideas. She is confidently able to build to the most powerful part of her essay based on her logic. Although Giffords used advanced and well-developed diction, she was able to communicate clearly and unambiguously.
The text is about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which states the fundamental rights and freedoms everyone universally is entitled to (Rayner). As a result of World War II, the United Nations established a Human Rights Commission, which dealt with the violations of human rights the victims of World War II suffered (History of the Document). Eleanor Roosevelt was appointed as a delegate to the United Nations and soon became the chair of the Commission (Lewis). In her speech she is speaking to the United Nations General Assembly in order to convince them to endorse the Declaration of Human Rights. Eleanor Roosevelt delivered this speech on December 9, 1948 (Eidenmuller).
In President Harry S. Truman 's State of the Union address of 1948, he calls the American people to action in order to improve the issues of their time. President Truman builds his argument by using a collective tone and syntax to build a sense of unification as well as using different organizational methods in order to appeal to the American public 's call to action. Throughout his speech, President Truman uses grandiose collective diction and repetitive syntax in order to further unify the nation and to ingrain the ideals of nationalism to further strengthen his argument. Truman 's unrelenting use of "us", "our", and "we" sets up a communal and collective tone throughout the passage. By doing this, Truman is appealing to people 's calls to action and implicitly reminding them that this country is theirs and they are responsible for it.
Today the government compromised on these rights in the name of security or the general welfare in various cases that deal with amendments such as the 1st and 2nd Amendments, which all seem to bring miscellaneous debate among them. Everyone who calls themselves an American citizen should know the First Amendment, as if it were child’s nursery rhyme. Pondering the power it bestows on citizen, it 's probably best if they knew it. The first amendment states citizens are presented with the right to freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom to petition the
“A Bill of Rights is what the people are entitled to against every government on earth, general or particular, and what no just government should refuse”--- Thomas Jefferson December 20, 1787. The founders believed that the bill of rights was written to give the people a document that stated their individual liberties. Furthermore, they felt that it was extremely important that the government went by exactly what was stated in the documents. In regards to the general welfare and security, the government has the bargain with the Founding Fathers on the importance of the individual liberties guaranteed in the Bill of Rights in many ways. One example of our government compromising on the liberties in the bill of rights is freedom of speech.