The authority of the image is easy to determine because it shows segregation in

The authority of the image is easy to determine

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The authority of the image is easy to determine because it shows segregation in the south on the Gordon parks Foundation. The website is an organization that makes it relevant to know the plight of black people within the confines of the community. Foundations usually have the best pieces of information concerning specific issues in the community because they need to have a high level of credibility. Using credibility is crucial because it shows the ethos of a particular image that is being depicted to the audience ( Wachsmuth et al. 18). Another rhetorical strategy that is being deployed in the picture is logos.
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Surname 3 Source: ? view=slider. Logos is imperative in showing the logic agreement of a given viewpoint. Black people are being segregated within the context of the community, as can be seen in the image. Segregation in the American South has not yet ended despite efforts in the community to ensure that blacks and whites are considered the same. It is imperative to understand that community members should see each other as equals rather than think that some people are better than others. The photographer appeals to the logic of the audience by showing the level of segregation in the American South, which can be depicted in the context of the image. It is logical to see a colored picture and understand that it is from a modern era.
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Surname 4 Pathos is used within the context of the image to sway the audience from a national perspective. It is worth noting that the white woman is seated while the black woman is carrying
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