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of his perspective on things from an “outsider” or “foreigner’s” point of view. You can tell that he did a lot of research in order to see how he could fit into America'ssociety and the capitalization in America. But, it would most likely be a different story if he was born and raised in the United States, because he would probably have developed a different point of view then the one said in the podcast. This would be the reason because he would've seen this as a “local” or “citizen” point of view. He would’ve had more experience on this topic if he had grown up there. By the end of the podcast you can see that Gladwell does think that Capitalization in America is a big issue.
8.PathosEthosLogos-use of various music types to create suspenseor excitement appropriately- Carlos admits to Gladwell that he was very self-conscious at the school he was at-Eric tells Gladwell the story about a fourth grade student who watched his own family get killed by one of their neighbours -Where Carlos lives, more than 80%of the boys in his area are gang-affiliated-In order to be able to show up in a pool of 3500 students to be considered “smart”, they would’ve had to graduated high school and write both the SAT and ACT-Whenever Gladwell would use specific statistics about anything he would make sure to give them credit and usetheir name-if he used examples or quotes from books or in papers, he always made sure to clarify that those words he was using in that part of the podcast were not his