Write a 1250-1500-word rhetorical analysis where you determine, out of two articles on a similar topic, which is the more rhetorically effective argument. You should include a thesis statement stating which text is more rhetorically effective for its intended audience and why. You should support your thesis through evidence, including consideration of ethos, pathos, logos, rhetorical devices, style, and structure.
First, choose two texts on the same topic. Below I have listed a series of articles you can compare on topics. You’re welcome to choose from the articles below or find two of your own. Any text you choose should express an opinion; news stories summarizing current events will not work for this assignment.
In order to construct a sound analysis, your paper needs to accurately but briefly summarize the text. Before you determine how the author makes their argument, you must determine what their argument is. The rest of the essay should explore what kinds of rhetorical strategies the author uses and if they complement or deter from the author’s purpose. Your essay should not take a stand on the issue or debate the author’s argument. Instead, note what tactics are working and why.
Nicholas Carr, “Is Google Making Us Stupid?” (Links to an external site.)
Sarah Prickett, “Look Out, It’s Instagram Envy.” (Links to an external site.)
Wealth & Inequality
Warren Buffet, “Stop Coddling the Super Rich.” (Links to an external site.)
Richard Reeves, “Stop Pretending You’re Not Rich.” (Links to an external site.)
David R. Henderson, “The Truth About Income Inequality.” (Links to an external site.)
Caroline Janney, “Why We Need Confederate Monuments.” (Links to an external site.)
Holland Cotter, “We Need to Move, Not Destroy, Confederate Monuments.” (Links to an external site.)
Jack & Warren Christian, “The Monuments Must Go.” (Links to an external site.)
Bill McMorris, “My Vegan Hell.” (Links to an external site.)
Richard Gray, “Why the Vegan Diet is Not Always Green.” (Links to an external site.)
Climate Change & The Environment
Sigal Samuel, “Having fewer kids won’t save the climate.” (Links to an external site.)
Chellie Pingree, “We Need to Prevent Food Waste at School.” (Links to an external site.)
Work & Careers
Anne Helen Petersen, “How the Millennials Became the Burnout Generation.” (Links to an external site.) (Links to an external site.)
(Links to an external site.)Miya Tokumitsu, “The United States of Work.” (Links to an external site.)
Papers should be double spaced in a standard 12pt font with 1” margins on all sides. You should cite your source, and any other sources you use, in MLA format both in-text and on the works cited page.
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