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or this one: Hitler was successful in Germany because the ________was right. audience kairos pathos
For the first one: https://sites.google.com/a/kean.edu/analyzing3appeals/home/ethosintro
When you write a research paper, you need to draw from multiple sources. Which of them is defined by that purpose?
its either situated or inventive... i think
As for the last one I am at a loss due to the fact that I don't know what method hitler used.
i think hitler used kairos
"Situated ethos is given to a rhetor from multiple sources"
so would it be invented ???
and wait don't go i have one more question pleas!:-)
I'm not sure about the hitler answer but you could be right.
Using facts and statistics to support your ideas is employing which persuasive technique? logos pathos ethos
Invented doesn't seem as applicable as situated.
oh i see why you are right, thank you!
What do you think the answer is?
i thought ethos
Ethos would be the best answer. It signifies authority on the topic at hand.
last one i promise! you've been so helpful, thank you
The rhetoric situation includes an historical perspective a political perspective a cultural perspective all of these are important to the rhetoric situation
i think that it is the last one
Yeah, I still don't know the answer to that one. I've never studied rhetoric situations. It could be all of them, but I'm not 100% sure.
ok, thanks again for all of your help!
When reading large amounts of information, it is a good idea to break your reading time into chunks so you do not get too tired to understand the material. True False if you feel like it?
i was pretty sure its true
I'm pretty sure that's true. If you keep reading a long amount of info you could eventually start skimming through it.