Rhetorical Analysis On Mcdonalds

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What Makes You Choose McDonald’s? I’m Lovin’ It is the international campaign slogan for one of the most popular fast food businesses in the world: McDonald’s. The yellow arches have become a symbol that is recognized globally. Currently, the McDonald’s corporation is the world’s largest chain of fast food restaurants that serves nearly forty-seven million customers daily through thousands of restaurants in one hundred and nineteen countries worldwide (CITE). Their mission is to be their customers’ favourite place and thing to eat, and too improve their operations to provide the most delicious fast food that meet their customers’ expectations (CITE). The international campaigns that McDonald’s use are made to increase the popularity and sales of their products. How does McDonald’s use rhetorical appeals in their advertisements and restaurants to gain popularity and higher sales values? This can be shown by a series of approaches such as ethos, pathos, and appeal to authority. McDonald’s is one of the most common fast food…show more content…
However, it is shown that the salads can contain even more calories than the hamburgers, if the customer adds liberal amounts of cheese and dressing onto them prior to consumption. It is claimed by McDonald’s that these changes had nothing to do with the film. A recent review about the relationship between fast food and obesity (CITE) concludes that “Findings from observational studies as yet are unable to demonstrate a causal link between fast food consumption and weight gain or obesity”. However, with the amount of technology that we now use in today’s society we are more likely to see more advertisements and other triggers that will make us want to crave more fast food which will in turn increase our consumption of McDonald’s and other fast

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