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Unformatted text preview: The Global Monoculture at ed people who like diverse cultures Maude Barlow Piroska Szvoboda Sister Cutler English 150 H Sec 7 9 th February, 2009 Rhetorical analysis Of The Audience of the article called; ’The Global Monoculture’ by Maude Barlow To keep cultures in different countries is like a battle, which Barlow highlights through the constant use of words which are synonyms of battles. Through the careful choice of words the speaker creates a negative image in the listeners mind of the multibillion companies and makes the reader emphasize with the many small and helpless local companies that are being “whipped out”. Many of the words used are likely to be unfamiliar to the uneducated people which builds up the speakers ethos, as it shows that the speaker is sophisticated and therefore probably more worth to listen to. This also shows that the audience chosen is a higher and educated class. Examples are words such as; “homogenization”, “artisanship”, “eroding” and educated class....
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This note was uploaded on 03/04/2009 for the course ENGL 150 taught by Professor Dinger during the Winter '08 term at BYU.
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