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Alex Frieden Myers/Neely Advanced English 11 pd 8 May 2, 2006 Speech analysis I chose to prepare a hypothetical presidential response to a nuclear attack on the Superbowl as my oral presentation. My purpose was to instill confidence in the American population while delivering a unifying message to the people of the world. The audience was each and every human being with a television set, radio, or internet, including: “World leaders, Oppressed persons, Eagles fans, Steelers fans, Men, Women, Adults, Children, Christians, Jews, Muslims, Buddhists, Hindus, Immigrants, Natives, Democrats, Republicans, American Citizens, Citizens of the world” After a disaster of this magnitude the country needs someone to unite behind and in the beginning of my speech I play that role, directing most of my statements to the American population. Towards the end of my speech I abruptly shift my audience, calling on all the people of the world to unite against a global threat. I used elements of all the persuasive devices: Ethos Pathos Logos and mythos. The entire speech surrounded an emotional topic and for that reason I used a lot of Pathos
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This note was uploaded on 05/11/2008 for the course ENGL 168 taught by Professor Aberle,danielle during the Spring '07 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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