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Unformatted text preview: prejudicial and nonprejudicial use of rhetorical devices? Provide an example of each and comment on the examples posted by your classmates. Answer (a) This rhetorical definition is nonprejudicial. The way a person can determine that is by whether or not this statement would cause an offense to anyone who owned an SUV or to an SUV manufacturer or the likewise. It also is determined by non-specific blame. An SUV did not do something wrong by being rhetorically referred to as an apartment home on wheels. (b)This rhetorical explanation is prejudicial. The explanation contains bias, involves a stereotype, and causes blame at the same time. Even if only ones of these were involved, it would still cause the explanation to be determined as prejudicial....
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