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Elghote 1 Faten Elghote Professor Ranne Freese ENGL 1302 April 18 th , 2018 “Are We Slaves to Our Online Selves?” By Jules Evans Julie Evans presents an interesting article that points out how individuals have grown negatively in relation to the use of the internet. People have become more concerned with their online well- being than actual self. It has become a tradition among youths trying to maintain a positive online public image. This has gone to the extreme of individuals ignoring their family for online interaction and some go to the extent of taking away their lives when their online image is destroyed. This is an aspect that has been of great concern in our current society. The author employs the use of ethos. She tries to create an ethical appeal in what he points out hence establish credibility with the audience. She wants the reader to trust his argument where he points out factual evidence on how individuals have become slaves to their online well-being.
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  • Summer '09
  • DUNELL
  • Logic, Appeal to emotion, Jules Evans

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