Goodbye, Columbus: Ohio’s War on the Middle Class Rhetorical Analysis Essay “Goodbye, Columbus: Ohio’s War on the Middle Class” is an article written by Mac McClelland, in which she seeks to capture the consequences of the economic downfall for friends of hers and people she meets in Ohio. The article was featured in the November/December 2011 issue of Mother Jones. Mother Jones magazine attracted smart journalist and Liberals. The stated mission of Mother Jones is to produce revelatory journalism that in its power and reach informs and inspires a more just and democratic world. McClelland is well known for being a great human rights reporter, although in 2011 she was considered untrustworthy when she wrote a personal essay about countering her PTSD with rape fantasy roleplay sex, with some journalists defending it and other journalists criticizing it.
The members are not aware of any gay or lesbian people living in that area, so they believe it is not necessary to provide such programs. After being denied, L’Toya still believes that she can fight the ruling. So, she began to devise a plan that would get more people involved. L’Toya believed by educating the two members may give her another chance to defend her case. She also believed by getting advocates of a gay rights organization may help her get the right attention she needs to move forward.
If that question is asked at a table usually people would say “No”. A long time ago that answer would have no opposition, but now with the recent murders of students on school grounds that answer is not so easy to answer. In 2006 after the recent shootings in Colorado, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania a representative by the name of Frank Lease, a Green Bay legislator. Planned to introduce a legislation that would allow faculty to carry concealed weapons on school grounds as a deterrent against shootings. Allowing faculty to carry firearms can have an effect on mass shootings at schools.
He has facts throughout the article that help the reader understand more about the topic. These facts though are not cited or anything. The reader has no idea where these facts are coming from. The author could throw numbers and facts out that aren’t true so he can persuade the reader a certain way. For example Gladwell starts talking about the L.A.P.D and excessive force by the police officers.
This research consumes the reader into the article to ensure their understanding of the events taking place in Afghanistan. The research provided was sufficient in the fact that it gave a temporary but influential voice to the Afghan women to tell their side of the story, to have a say in the way they live. The research was also lacking by the fact that there were no facts, there were no statistics, and it is easy to take in one side of the story without hearing the other. Garcia did not exercise his reporting abilities to ensure the voice of the women were heard as well as the men, and those women who live by their standards of life. Garcia provided only one side that had a say, making this article biased and prejudice.
In Newman’s study some possible issues that could have emerged were confidentiality, No harm, Deception and analysis and reporting. Confidentiality could have been an issue because she can identify persons given responses but not to do so publicly. She can ruin someone’s life if someone found out that it was there response. And by that happening she would cross another ethical issue called no-harm. Deception is often used but it is not supposed to be.
A criminal or potential criminal will not volunteer this information willingly. This also falls into a civil matter where one does not have to provide personal information because it is a violation of one’s privacy, according to the Constitution. The chances of an identifier being incorrect are almost zero because each person has a distinct value or trait, making it hard to deny. Finger- printing and hand scans are accurate and distinct and require very little computer space this also provides access for many law enforcement officers to deal with unresolved case. Retina or iris scans are high in accuracy for identifying a person but is not commonly used among identifying criminals.
They also injured 27additional students during this attack. The two suspects later committed suicide. This attack was considered one of the deadliest mass murders committed on an American high school campus until the Virginia Tech shooting in April 16, 2007. These incidents sparked debate over gun control laws, and the availability of firearms to public within the United States. Also, gun violence involving juveniles is one of the current topics on daily news and television.
There is clear evidence of the female chairs using the tactic of repressive humour as a mitigation strategy to attempt to gain the compliance of their subordinates, and this disproves the dominant stereotype that women lack a sense of humour in workplace interaction (cf. Holmes et al. 2001). However, there is no evidence of the male chairs adopting this strategy. Whilst this finding indicates evidence of gender patterning, this is not to suggest that the female chairs are being more linguistically polite than their male counterparts, as would be predicted by previous language and gender studies (Holmes 1995).
Stress the Monster that plagues the unsuspecting College Student EGN 115 May 26, 2014 Suicide is the second leading cause of death amongst college students enrolled in four year institutions in the United States, Sonya Weisburd, the senior manager for Active Minds states that this statistic exists particularly because; our society tells students that ‘college is the best time of your life,’ while in reality, college life is significantly more complicated. The stress of college definitely contributes to increased rates of psychiatric distress. Stress is a normal factor of life but not all stress is good for you. The average college student has to juggle a fulltime course load, work, extracurricular activities, and social activities; though it is considered normal to experience stress with the combination of all these activities it should not be a way of life. Stress is defined by the National Health Ministries as being simply the body's non-specific response to any demand made on it.