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DQ 2 - than white people" A non-prejudicial rhetorical...

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Prejudice means making a judgment about something before knowing the facts. So a prejudicial rhetorical device is a statement that is prejudice and does not have any facts. It is trying to influence a opinion to be poor of others. An example of a prejudice rhetorical device is saying that " more black people get welfare
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Unformatted text preview: than white people." A non-prejudicial rhetorical device is going to be a statement that does not have prejudice it is based on facts, and does not have a slant. An example of a non-prejudicial rhetorical device is " People who grow up in the projects have children at an early age."...
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