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SURNAME 1 NAME INSTITUTION AFFILIATION COURSE NAME COURSE CODE INSTRUCTOR’S NAME DATE RHETORIC ANALYSIS Introduction Someday, America will have a discussion, a discussion that will focus on its regrettable and puzzling decision to pull out of the Paris Climate Agreement. Perhaps, when that day comes, the writers of the articles under focus will then have found a voice, a validity that will resonate with all Americans, politics notwithstanding. There is a lot that can be said about the environment, but one of the evident aspects from the articles is that no matter what approach one undertakes, the environment has a way to interact with human beings. Therefore, if human beings incorporate positive actions, then the environment reciprocates with positivity, and if not, the vice versa
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SURNAME 2 holds. Thus, it should be noted that human beings and nature enjoy a symbiotic relationship, a shared destiny, and any results, whether positive or negative, is a reflection of the actions of the two parties to one another. Well, it is a shared destiny, whether, in doom or glory, it is all at the control of the two parties, but human beings have a prominent role to play. They are the catalyst that determines what type of consequence arises from nature. Tune of the Tuna Fish There are some aspects that can be learned from this article, but one of the major aspects is that the author uses the narrative method to try and make the case as to why she seeks to come to convince the audience of the existence of mercury in the tuna fish. Take for instance when she says ‘’Elijah, for example, consumed two avocados a day for the better part of his second year. I vaguely recall one summer when I, at about age 7, ate liver sausage on Saltines as part of every meal (Sandra, 375). It is a method that is evident in most of the article, and this is also what the author uses to generate the argument that she pushes, on the presence of mercury in tuna. She talks of an article that she has written, and one that could have led to her daughter Faith to ask the question on whether she would die due to consumption of tuna sandwich. It is raises the question on whether by the allusion to the article, and with no qualification that is mentioned, such as research or professional practice, on the authority of the article. It is one that is only evident of the struggle for meaning, on whether the article seeks to use the fallacy of fear, by invoking mercury, and the inefficiency of the federal government to address the ‘ritualization’ of children eating habits to validate her argument. By the way, the assumption that it is only
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