People are entitled to equal treatment in life Use of ethos is demonstrated

People are entitled to equal treatment in life use of

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People are entitled to equal treatment in life. Use of ethos is demonstrated when Claude finally accepted that identity contingencies were in link with society organization and that he has to live with the reality. He acknowledges the society at that particular time and blames no one for these life events. However, he remains optimistic that identity contingencies can be dealt with. Author’s Purpose, Intended Audience and Effectiveness of Using Rhetorical Appeals The author’s purpose is to bring out the poorly understood part identity contingencies into a clear view and the role they play in the society. This purpose is accomplished using various personal life situations faced by the author and other people as well. In this paper, the author targets general audience since anybody is capable of bias. However, dealing with contingency identity depends on personal understanding and view of the world. The author is effective in using rhetorical appeals since he raises several concerns that can attract various forms of reasoning from the readers. He goes ahead to say that contingency identities are tied to social identities and directly affect one’s life ,damage human functioning and ways of handling social problems in the society. It is expected that there are those of a different opinion. Conclusion
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Surname 5 Clearly, identity contingencies is a threat to human life. The things people individual do can reduce the impacts of these threats the society from work places, schools and other social places. This will shed light on stereotypes and reduce racial as well as gender achievement gaps that characterize societies to date. Recommandably, people should not be tied to their social identities to promote personal and societal progress.
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Surname 6 Work Cited Steele, Claude M. “An Introduction; At the Root of Identity, from Whistling Vivaldi and Other Clues to How Stereotypes Affect Us. “Everything’s an Argument with Readings (with 2016 MLA Update), 7th Ed.537-548.
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