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Running head: PRACTITIONER ASSIGNMENT 1 Rhetorical Appeals and Fallacies Shawana Battie Walden University
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PRACTITIONER ASSIGNMENT Abstract An analysis of the assertion, claim, or proposition of Sugary Drink F.A.C.T.S hosted by the Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity. 2
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PRACTITIONER ASSIGNMENT Rhetorical Appeals and Fallacies http://www.sugarydrinkfacts.org/resources/SugaryDrinkFACTS_ReportSummary.pdf A good argument requires a solid case that includes a combination of three appeals, ethos, pathos, and logos. These three appeals help by providing support to your claim and also by aiding in a response to opposing arguments. For this assignment, I reviewed a published report used to raise awareness on how big companies market sugary beverages to children and teenagers. Sugary Drink F.A.C.T.S (Food Advertising to Children and Teens Score) makes the assertion that sugary drinks are the leading single source of empty calories in young people’s diet and directly contributes to diet related illnesses including obesity and diabetes.
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