com220_Assignment Bias Rhetorical Devices

com220_Assignment Bias Rhetorical Devices - What are some...

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· What are some examples of bias, fallacies, and specific rhetorical devices in the speech? · How did the speaker address arguments and counter arguments? · Were the speaker’s arguments effective? Explain your answer. The first sentence is a fallacy. The speaker expressing that only one man can reed the politics of evil domination is a hyperbole. I feel his is exaggerating. I doubt one man can reed the city, and politic of evil. He also used metaphors such as he will help the working man and slum children. I feel this is a metaphor because all politicians use it. It is more like a figure of speech more then anything, and has really lost it meaning. I am nor 100% sure; however he kept repeating himself. He talked a lot about working men and what the current senator wasn’t doing and the promise he didn’t want to make. Yet he said under pledge several time, working man several time, and Jim Getty several times also. He uses a political bias, by saying the he will do better then the current governor. He
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This note was uploaded on 10/25/2010 for the course AXIA COLLE com 220, e taught by Professor N/a during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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