Wk4-DQ2 - Prejudicial Muslims are terrorists(Stereotype...

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TO BE POSTED ON DAY 4 (THU) A person can only distinguish between prejudicial and non-prejudicial use of rhetorical devices if he/she is reading carefully and thinking critically. Prejudicial use of rhetorical device can be detected if a statement makes premature judgment, while non- prejudicial can be found in some rhetorical devices like, euphemisms and weaselers.
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Unformatted text preview: Prejudicial: Muslims are terrorists. (Stereotype; rhetorical definition) Non-prejudicial: President Bush ordered deployment of more American soldiers to Iraq to sustain the “operation Iraqi freedom.” (Euphemism; used “operation Iraqi freedom” rather than the word “war”)...
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