ETHOS, PATHOS, LOGOS HOMEWORK Final

ETHOS, PATHOS, LOGOS HOMEWORK Final - Arthur Begtine...

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Arthur Begtine McIntyre English 1102 28th of March, 2011 Types of Rhetorical Appeals: Ethos, Pathos, Logos Ethos: A: Some people believe that social networks such as Facebook are tools used by school bullies to torment other children. For example, authors Paul Simone, Peter K. Smith, and Herbert H. Blumberg claim that ‘‘identified forms of media communication where cyberbullying exists: mobile phone technology (text messages, voicemail, picture imaging) and the Internet (email, instant messenger, chat rooms, and websites). Cyberbullying is an event predominantly occurring outside of educational settings but often relates to school- based relationships’’ (157). The cyberbullying that occurs in the school setting is then continued in the virtual world by means of social-networking. B: Many people do not realize the importance of being careful of the way you represent yourself online. For example writers Jeff Cain, Doneka R. Scott, and Kelly Smith talk about the importance of being careful how you portray yourself online as people may judge who
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