Persuasive Speech-Com110 - Purpose To persuade the audience that today's celebrities are not fit to be role models These Young girls should not look to

Persuasive Speech-Com110 - Purpose To persuade the audience...

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Purpose: To persuade the audience that today's celebrities are not fit to be role models. These: Young girls should not look to today’s celebrities to be their role models. Organizational Pattern: Problem-Solution I. Introduction A. Attention Getter: Young girls grow up to be who they are because of what their childhood experiences have taught them. Their family members, people they see on television, people they listen to on the radio, and other peers all play an influence on vulnerable delicate young girls looking to find who they are. According to Barbara Read, in her paper, Britney, Beyonce, and me-Primary school girls’ role model and constructions of the “popular” girl, young girls looked up Female singers and Fictional Tv and book characters over their own mothers. B. Relevance: Both girls and guys have looked up to at least one person to guide us as an example of we may potentially want to be when we get older. Think of the person or people that you looked up to growing up. Now that you're older, do you think that role model you picked was actually fit to be a role model? Most people would think that they aren’t. C. Credibility: This topic has always been fascinating to me. I love to hear why these young ones pick who they do to look up to. I have done extensive research on this to present to you today and it is a privilege for me to be able to share this with you today. D. Thesis: Young girls should not look to today's celebrities to be their role models. E. Preview: To understand why celebrities shouldn’t be role models, we will discuss the flaws they possess, then discuss who they should really be looking up to. Transition: To begin, let us discuss how celebrities as role models in an issue. II. Body A. Problem: Celebrities as Role Models 1. First, the carelessness of celebrities. According to Peter Lawler, in his article, Celebrity Studies Today, he states the problem is that if we look up to celebrities as role models, we might be persuaded to destroy our own lives by attempting to live as freely or irresponsibly as they do. In other words, celebrities have it made. Celebrities don’t have to work a job
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