Jasmine Robinson - It\u2019s No One\u2019s Fault Analysis - \u201cIt\u2019s No One\u2019s Fault When It\u2019s Everyone\u2019s Fault\u201d Analysis ELABORATE on all responses

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“It’s No One’s Fault When It’s Everyone’s Fault” Analysis ELABORATE on all responses with evidence from the text. 1. Identify the central idea in Ostergaard’s article. When somebody does something in a group it might be different by your self because other people influence you. 2. How does the author use rhetorical devices in paragraph 1 to advance her purpose? 3. Describe the structure and organization of paragraph 3. How does this help readers understand the nature of deindividualization? Be specific. Well when she says that they lose all reality and there mind takes over its human reality to do what all the rest of the people are doing so its less of there fault in theory. 4. What is the relationship between paragraphs 5 & 6? They are both anonymous like if they don't know you than you are most likely to do something than if you are when they can identify you.
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Unformatted text preview: 5. How does paragraph 7 develop and advance the author’s purpose for writing this article? They are in the group and don't notice what they are doing and they were just following what other people were doing and it wasn't there fault. 6. What was the author’s purpose paragraph 8? How does she accomplish this purpose? When they are in the zone they mostly act negatively like in a mob strike mob justice rioting 7. How do paragraphs 7 and 10 relate to/help explain the group mentality in “All Summer in a Day” and “The Man in the Well”? Explain and include evidence from Ostergaard’s article and both short stories. “All Summer in a Day” “The Man in the Well” 8. How does paragraph 11 advance the author’s purpose? Anonymity can be very dangerous but can also help you be your self...
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