Final Project revised

Final Project revised - Farrington, Greaud 1 Eric...

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Farrington, Greaud 1 Eric Farrington & Katelyn Greaud Joni Butcher CMST 1061 Section 004 2 May 2011 Social Issue Poster Paper The rhetorical exigence which serves as the subject matter for our poster is that the air we breathe is not as clean as we think due to air pollution in our environment that cannot be seen. The rhetorical judgment we are advocating is that we need to be more concerned about air pollution in our environment because it is a silent hazard that can affect our health and the future of our earth. The forms of pathos used in our poster are wasteland and vice. Wasteland uses the power of a “terrible” world to condemn a way of life, which is relative to air pollution because harmful toxins are being released into the environment and are damaging the air we breathe. The more pollution that is released into the air makes the ozone layer weaker, leading to events in the future where it will not be as protective as it should. Vice condemns a certain action or habit of actions as harmful, which is seen in air pollution from large chemical factories and the daily use
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This note was uploaded on 05/09/2011 for the course CMST 1061 taught by Professor Hebert during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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