CRT 205 Week 4 DQ 1 & 2 - Week 4 DQ 1 Who was that...

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Unformatted text preview: Week 4 DQ 1 Who was that young woman with the Senator last night? His niece? This example affects me because almost every time you watch the new or read the paper you see some statement like this. This statement does no say the Senator is doing wrong but it is using the suggestion that he could be or have. When I read this an picture of an older man went to a event with a younger female. For all we do know that is his niece, cousin, or even granddaughter. I believe before anything is said or even suggesting someone should get all the facts. Because if it was like I had stated earlier ( niece, granddaughter, or cousin ) then a lot of feels could be hurt over nothing. This statement is an innuendo and a rhetorical device because it is trying to persuade everyone to believe something without giving arguments. DQ 2 You can tell the differences between non-prejudicial and prejudicial rhetorical devices by just looking over the sentence and analyzing the content by using your critical thinking skills. Most of the time when over the sentence and analyzing the content by using your critical thinking skills....
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2010 for the course BUSINESS M CRT/205 taught by Professor Barbaraleib during the Winter '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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