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BACKGROUNDIn her essay “Backpacks vs. Briefcases: Steps toward Rhetorical AnalysisLaura Bolin Carroll states:We have, of course, heard that you “can’t judge a book by its cover,” but, in fact, we do it all the time. Daily we find ourselves in situations where we are forced to make snap judgments. Each day we meet different people, encounter unfamiliar situations, and see media that asks us to do, think, buy, and act in all sorts of ways. In fact, our saturation in media and its images is one of the reasons why learning to do rhetorical analysis is so important. The more we know about how to analyze situations and draw informed conclusions, the better we can become about making savvy judgments about the people, situations and media we encounter (Lowe 46).Another important reason to be able to do rhetorical analysis is to be able to become a savvy, flexible writer. Every new writing situation requires a writer to not only express what needs to be said, but to craft an effective package for it; therefore, choices need to be made regarding style, tone, content, and form.ASSIGNMENTFollowing the guidelines Carroll discusses in her piece, complete a rhetorical analysis of the following two texts:“The Power of Shaming, for Good and for Ill ” by Lydia WoodyattACTIONS
The TED talk entitled “The Price of Shame,” by Monica Lewinsky paper should include a thorough discussion of the following as outlined by Bolin:the rhetorical situation
the argument—both its message and strategy, and
your analysis of each text.
Additionally, the paper should discuss the similarities and differences between the two.Note: the above guidelines are not meant to dictate how you organize your paper. Use an overall organization strategy that will best reflect what you have to say and how you want to say it.GuidelinesLength: 1200-1500 wordsStyle: MLA (Links to an external site.): Times New Roman, 12 pt. font, double-spaced, 1″ margins, Works Cited PageRequirements: .doc file | Essay | 1 pages, Single spaced
Requirements: .doc file | Essay | 1 pages, Single spaced


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