In your response, make detailed reference to Aung San Suu Kyi’s speech and at least ONE other speech set for study. The concluding statements of the speeches set for study influence my judgments of the speeches studied as it leaves the final impression on the reader. The speech “Keynote address at the Beijing World Conference on Women” given by Aung San Suu Kyi in 1995 focuses on the role of women in society, government and politics to “struggle for justice and peace”. The speech “Spotty Handed Villainesses” presented by Margaret Atwood provides an insight in regards to Atwood’s view on women and how they are presented in literature. Aung San Suu Kyi’s speech provides an insight about the role of women in the government and within the country’s political fields.
Kincaid Rhetoric In Jamaica Kincaid’s short story “Girl” the author uses pathos, logos, and ethos to keep her readers engaged throughout the text and depict how gender is constructed in this specific society that “Girl” is set in. Emotional and logical appeals give the audience insight on what it is like to be a woman in this specific society and illustrate that these characteristics that make up a women are learned not something girls are born with. Underneath the long list of duties the story is composed of, there lays a greater meaning. This meaning can be seen as the construction of gender roles and the expectations that are placed upon women in the society. Kincaid’s uses anaphora to appeal to the reader’s logos.
There is the theme throughout the book of Senator Clinton needing to stand on her own as an educated, bright, and committed woman. She writes that the Clinton administration was targeted by “an interlocking network of groups and individuals who want to turn the clock back on many of the advances our country has made, from civil rights to women’s rights to consumer and environmental regulation.” Mrs. Clinton, now Sen. Clinton, is passionate about public policy. She knows her issues in and out, thoroughly. She is willing to fight for her values and beliefs, most of which I share. Her zest for public life is wonderful.
In the book she tries and implies that to herself by speaking for herself more. From the cuts and scabs on Melinda’s mouth to the cool things about plants she learned in biology Laurie shows a lot of symbolism in the book. Through each symbol she portrays Melinda’s growth. Leaving the best for last when Melinda opens up to Mr. Freeman and tells him her story on what happened. She went from refusing to say anything to telling someone her life
These may provide insights and possible answers to identify conflicts between mothers and daughters as Hmong women integrate into American society. This study focuses on the disagreements between Hmong mothers and daughters regarding issues associated with schooling, extra-curricular activities, dating, and responsibilities in the home. The nature of these conflicts has a direct impact on both the mothers' and daughters' levels of education and sophistication as well as the familiarity with the "new culture," language, and
It is important that we state who our audience is within the introduction. As we continue our essay, we have to keep our audience in mind, such as their possible thoughts and opinions. In my third essay, I at first did not have a clear audience. After my revision, I chose environmentalists to be my audience. "Environmentalists deal with this epidemic everyday, and it is up to them to educate the public to get the message across on a wider scale."
Rhetorical Artifact Speech Lori Letendre Bay Path University Eleanor Roosevelt once said, “Freedom makes a huge requirement of every human being. With freedom comes responsibility. For the person who is unwilling to grow up, the person who does not want to carry his own weight, this is a frightening prospect.” Besides being known for her inspiring quotes she is also known for an incredible speech called “The Struggle of Human Rights.” I chose to examine this speech because she is a well-known public figure that I have learned about in my previous education. I gained knowledge of her background as a human rights advocate for people who do not have a voice of their own. This speech is extremely important because it marked the beginning of a new future for freedom of the people.
The speeches set for study continue to engage audiences through their rhetorical treatment of human aspirations (ambition) and beliefs Influential speeches must incorporate rhetoric, resonating with the audience’s aspirations and beliefs so that the speaker can bridge a connection with the responder, effectively evoking their emotions and alter their perspectives to parallel that of the speaker. This engagement of the audience is portrayed through Aung San Suu Kyi’s speech The Keynote address at the Beijing World Conference (keynote) as she passionately conveys the unjust ideology of the roles of women. Margaret Atwood demonstrates a similar understanding but through a more subtle and sincere manner, through the portrayal of women in literature,
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• Protest against companies that pillage the environment. • Look for ways to educate others about what is going on in the world. This can be done by writing letters and emails to friends, newspapers, school boards and local organizations. • And finally, ask yourself the following questions: Why have I allowed myself to be sucked into a system that I know is unbalanced? What will I do to help our children, and all children everywhere, to fulfill the dream of our Founding Fathers, the dream of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness?