Wilfred Owen is denigrating the glorification of war and exposing the realities of war.One of the poems glorifies war, while the other poem depicts the veracity of war, and it’s futileness.What Jessie Pope’ is trying to transmit is that war is beautiful and fill of pleasant surprises, but that is what she will believe, unless she has actually experienced the war.Every single stanza of Jessie Pope’s poem talks about war being fun, and something to enjoy.The last paragraph is a message for anyone who believes in war, especially Jessie Pope.
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other drugs or illicit drugs), even though they had a more difficult time getting them than the older adolescents.But prior to that, society had already set the scene against drugs, “In 1982, when the drug war began, the recreational use of illegal drugs was in decline.Under the newer laws where non-violent events are punished with prison terms, and the youth or adolescent individual is convicted of these minor drugs, they carry a lifetime of punishment that prevents them from getting on with their lives.Kids continue using drugs because the feelings of unhappiness or hopelessness are buried by drug usage when using them.Excess drugs will bring on a “drug high” or overdosing.
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Saussure, L., & Schultz, P. (2005).The Netherlands: John Benjamin’s Publishing Company.A modern day examples of persuasion is the War on Drugs advertisements which tell and persuade our societies not to drugs.From persuasion to manipulation and seduction.American Philosophical Quarterly .
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The drug could only be sold to those to whom it had been prescribed to by a doctor.Advocate the benefits of Cialis to the doctors.References .ED is also associated with health risks high cholesterol, diabetes etc thus making the aged group a persuasive target segment.Achieve the target of $500 million annual sales(wonder drug) .
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Comic book creators desired artistic freedom.Wertham did not endorse the code, he questioned the ability for comic book publishers to regulate itself.In September 1954 comic book publishers created the Code of Comics Magazine Associations in an attempt to self- regulate themselves before somebody else did it for them.They wanted to be able to draw what they wanted in there own books.You had the choice to look at it or not.
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Both routes being used have tactics to help sway the decision maker in your favor.These ads are used on television and in magazines with an important message to not use drugs, but offer knowledge about why one should choose to be “above the influence.” In the ad I chose, she is saying a girl on her block always gets high and everyone’s doing it, but then adds if everyone’s doing it then why can’t she find someone else to do it with and why is she asking me?If they are making a strong argument they will use the Central Route of persuasion.If the ad does influence them not to use drugs because it is not the “cool” thing to be doing, they may become a passionate believer for much longer.They are targeting a specific group of people that wan...
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Participants exposed to the inoculation condition, which is a two-sided persuasive message, showed smaller changes in their beliefs and intent in planning to enquire following a negative experience than subjects exposed to 1-sided appeals (Jalnawala & Wilkin, 2007).Research has shown two-sided presentations to be more persuasive if your audience will be exposed to conflicting views (Myers, 2008).Political campaigns, smoking prevention and commercial advertising are just some of the avenues that have applied the social psychological concepts of forewarning and inoculation.Empirical research on attitude incoculation came to the fore during the Korean War when McGuire and his colleagues became fascinated in the ¿½brainwashing¿½ of Ameri...
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begin using drugs .• Which is more persuasive .Monroe’s Motivated Sequence lists the steps contained in a successful persuasive speech.• Prime Minister Winston Churchill in World War II, .• List the persuasive messages that can be used by people seeking to persuade you to: – .
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Wilson is a firm supporter of the drug war, arguing that the expenses that would be incurred from legalization far outweigh any expense of the current drug war (297).This may partly provide reason for declaring marijuana illegal due to the fact that the top ten drug companies account for more than 50% of Fortune 500 profits and according to Dr. Claudia Jensen, a breast cancer specialist, 80% of prescription drugs could be replaced by cannabis (American Drug War).The War on Drugs was declared on June 17, 1971 by President Nixon, claiming at a press conference that drugs and their abuse are, “public enemy number one in the United States” (Frontline).Jack believes the War on Drugs is unjustly destroying millions of American’s lives every ye...
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That is why the use of child-oriented symbols in the advertising of drugs is, probably, the most unethical marketing policy.First of all, I am sure that any advertising of drugs like alcohol and cigarettes is unethical and have to be banned.Alcohol and tobacco are legal drugs, and their harmful impact on people proved many years ago.Thus, the advertisers impose the artificial standard of beauty, that can’t fit to every woman.“1) Coercive influences are always controlÂling influences; (2) manipulative influences are sometimes controlling influences; and (3) persuasive influences are never controlÂling influences.”(Beauchamp, 477) .
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?Time to Lower the Drinking Age.?L.D, 07 May, 2014.10 May, 2016. www.usnews.com .Cary, Mary Kate.Upon researching this topic I learned that ever since the drinking age was increased to 21 years of age more people have died from drug over dose instead.
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A simultaneous shift leftward of both the demand and supply curves (arising from very effective supply and demand reduction initiatives) could, theoretically, eradicate the drug trade, and respectively , the organized crime connected with the (illegal) sale of drugs), thus achieving a “drug-free” society.Alternatively, a purely supply reduction initiative to eradicate both the drug trade and consumption requires a substantial supply shift leftwards to a point like g, which yields a price so high (p*”) as to make the drugs beyond the reach of buyers.Hence, if the demand is inelastic (D2), or perfectly inelastic (D1), the total spending on drug consumption and the total resources committed to supplying drugs will increase.Clearly, therefor...
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However, concerning offences other than drugs, racial disparities are less severe, although generally, racial differences has been responsible for 94% of the racial disproportionality in prison.(New York: The New Press, 1999) .Racial Politics, Racial Disparities, and the War on Crime& Delinquency,Vol.No Equal Justice .In the recent past, in the early 1980s to be precise, the white juvenile arrest rate for drugs was higher than the nonwhite rate.
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Elsewhere, Professor James Q. Wilson, now of UCLA, has written eloquently in defense of the drug war.Professor Steven Duke of Yale Law School, in his valuable book, America’s Longest War: Rethinking Our Tragic Crusade against Drugs, and scholarly essay, “Drug Prohibition: An Unnatural Disaster,” reminds us that it isn’t the use of illegal drugs that we have any business complaining about, it is the abuse of such drugs.We have found Dr.Gazzaniga and others who have written on the subject persuasive in arguing that the weight of the evidence is against the current attempt to prohibit drugs.The War on Drugs is Lost NATIONAL REVIEW has attempted during its tenure as, so to speak, keeper of the conservative tablets to analyze public problems ...
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In the article, "Weed Whackers", Richard Lowry presents a persuasive argument on the anti-marijuana forces and why they are wrong.He makes logical claims arguing that marijuana is not as harmful as other drugs such as alcohol, nicotine and caffeine; however, despite the effects of the drug, the punishment for possession is extreme.This article helps to shape peoples values, by giving facts that show the minimal affects of marijuana usage, expressing the falsity of the "gateway theory" and depicting the correlation between troubled teens and their usage.He makes logical claims using credible sources, which acts as a persuasive mechanism by appealing his audience.However, because of cultural prejudices and legality issues, many tend to ove...
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The media needs to decide to use war metaphors where it will encourage support insteadof encouraging debate.The next example Tannen shares is how the media uses war metaphors to “shape our thinking.” A few of these war metaphors are: “the war on drugs, the war on cancer, the battle of the sexes” (305).Three of Tannen’s main points include; polarized views in the news, the use of “war metaphors’ by media to catch the readers eye, and even in the language mankind uses in everyday life.Sometimes these metaphors are a great way to get support; such as “the war on cancer,” because the more people that help fight this war the better chance cancer can be defeated.Through Tannen’s examples of war metaphors she proves that the media uses these me...
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Silko talks about her personal experience with Border Patrol, but what about the drugs and weapons and criminals who are trying to cross the border?Where is her argument weak and what suggestions do you have for making her argument more persuasive?Silko’s argument is weak that she doesn’t mentioned the affect that illegal immigrants put on taxpayers.Maybe if she can show more US citizens are on welfare or using government assistance then illegal immigrants that would make her argument more persuasive.This example of narrative argument is persuasive.What are the strongest and most persuasive parts of Silko’s argument?
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The war on drugs may have been a war on Blacks or a war on Black drug use (Tonry, 1995).The well-known war on drugs was a powerful contributor to the typification of criminals as Black.And yet allowing for all this, there can be no reasonable doubt but that there has arisen in the South since the [civil] war a class of black criminals, loafers, and ne’er-do-wells who are a menace to their fellows, both black and white’.But Blacks, however, account for about 75% of the nation’s drug prisoners, which reveals the extreme disparity manifest in the national crackdown on the drug problem .The war on drugs of the 1980s represented a real subject of interest and I tried to present and discuss briefly about it because it was a powerful contributo...
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Particularly striking is Liva’s observation of the pitfalls of the privatisation of diplomacy through disintermediation – namely the decline of democratisation.Nevertheless, I feel that Liva could have made his analysis more balanced with a closer look at both the merits and demerits of Henrikson’s projections in relation to current and evolving global political trends.In this article, Henrikson provides a fairly realistic projection of the future of diplomacy.Liva provides a captivating critique of Henrikson’s article.Comments on Liva Rabarihoela’s Analysis .
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An Overview of the Rhetoric (please provide complete biographical reference for the book you attached) .The brutality and death that people experienced during the war is the strongest rhetoric to this end.War is the ultimate expression of mankind’s conflict and its consequences served as the most persuasive rhetoric for our embrace of peace.As a mere instrument, rhetoric itself is amoral.Death and violence provided the symbolic resources for communicating the atrocities and burden of war.
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That is a very good point, but what really is not being noticed is the fact that Macbeth just came home from a long, hard war.All their prophecies are really warnings to Macbeth.In some cases, Macbeth could have made his own decisions, but in this case, there was too much deception and Macbeth obviously could not have seen this coming.Yes, one can take precautions, but sometimes bad things, such as, being deceived can happen.This just goes to show that the witches and their prophecies definitely drive the plot of Macbeth.
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The effectiveness of the key messages of the advertisement were very persuasive and the effectiveness of the TAC advertisement is explaining by the EML it can be explained by the Elaboration Likelihood Model (ELM; Petty & Cacioppo, 1986).The communicator variable affects the acceptability of persuasive messages.ELM (Petty & Cacioppo, 1986) is practical to explain the capability of the persuasive message of “The party’s over” TAC advertisement regarding road safety .. .Straws as the breathalysers, which are the alcohol level testing equipment, lollipops as the drug testing kits, music background with party imagery, and those variables deliver the message to target subject that this is the unpleasant and displeased “Party” that Aus...
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Alcohol and drugs will affect the skills needed to drive safely like Assignment #1- Persuasive essay 2 alertness, the ability to concentrate, co- ordination, and the ability to react quickly.People suffering from a fever, head ache can take some drugs or medicines, and it can be unsafe while driving.New drivers must be aware of road conditions, pedestrians, animals, kids, and co-drivers on the road so that everyone can be safely return home , if these three dangerous drivers drive carefully with rules and regulations.First of all, impaired drivers are the most dangerous drivers causing accidents by drinking alcohol and taking drugs before get behind the wheel.In addition to alcohol, taking drugs can makes the drivers impaired.
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He believes that this policy is “symptomatic of the larger moral decline in our societal values,” and that “free condom distribution in public schools can be a matter of life and death.Whether you love him or hate him, Rush Limbaugh confidently and unapologetically conveys his conservative, moral opinions on the dangers of public school condom distribution programs.But, he fails to point out that these same careless children will be more at risk of contracting AIDS or getting pregnant if they do not use a condom during sexual intercourse.Limbaugh hammers home his point simply and starkly when he asks, “Would you knowingly have sex with anyone who has AIDS with only a condom to protect you from getting the disease?He thinks that condom di...
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Further more, for the lack of education Christian aid published a quarterly newspaper called the ‘Christian aid news’ and various other educational resources.During the period of the Second World War, thousands of Europeans were made homeless.Recently, the Christian aid has supplied food, water and tents to war refugees of Iraq.Despite the consequences of religion and race, the organisation helps for improvements in developing countries.More help from Christian aid is taking place in Lesotho where the charity is financing a local Christian agriculture school that is studying the process of how to increase food goods by reducing soil erosions and bringing in new, low-costing and useful farming system.
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In 1969, Richard Nixon, President of the United States, declared war on drugs, as the problem was certainly increasing.The major problem in this conflict dealing with drugs was that it became a war in the border between Mexico and The United States of America, which involved both Mexican and American authorities.Everyone is susceptible to get involved in the drug cycle, which is selling drugs or buying drugs for consumption, or both; we live the danger daily.The government alleges a war against illegal businesses but they have been attracted to these businesses therefore preventing disclosure.For many years Mexico struggled with drugs coming in and out of its country, but drug issues had not always been a problem, due to the fact that th...
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(However, it is necessary to remember that such persuasive language and technique was equally powerful in motivating Hitler’s Nazi Party, and indeed the German people, to go to war in the first place, albeit with an offensive rather than defensive motive.)The speech does not end here (it ends with a broad hint to the ‘New World’ to join the war and ‘rescue […] the old’) but this is its rhetorical peak, emphasised, if such is necessary, by the fact that some fifty years later it is still remembered and quoted, even in that most necessarily persuasive of media, advertising.Major’s persuasive tactic, faced with an overriding popular opposition to fox-hunting, is to cast doubt on this as a fact and also to stress the importance of hunting as...
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He continually claimed God’s assistance for the American cause when he expressed, “…God almighty will not give up a people to military destruction, or leave the unsupported to perish…” and “Neither have I so much of the infidel in me as to suppose that He has relinquished the government of the world, and given us up to the care of devils.” A fourth instance of persuasion Paine utilized was loaded language.give me peace in my day.The first type of persuasive style used was parallelism.Thomas Paine concluded that the King of England was an impious criminal when he declared, “I cannot see on what grounds the King of Britain can look up to heaven for help against us: a common murderer, a highwayman, or a housebreaker has as good a pretense a...
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People who begin using marijuana as a prescription drug will often take it in higher doses and for longer than needed.Marijuana is non-addictive, beneficial to society by creating jobs and bringing in large amounts of money, and completely harmless to use if using the right method.Like much more dangerous drugs, marijuana is a schedule one drug....led the Drug Enforcement Administration to relax its restrictions so that the plant could be further studied and tested.Persuasive Essay Medical Marijuana .
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The first step towards understanding drug addiction is finding an acceptable definition of the affliction.If the young boy had never been exposed to heroin, he would most likely never have a problem with a heroin addiction.However, the influence of his mother's addiction may activate his own disposal to a heroin dependency.Drug addition can be defined as a "compulsion to use alcohol and other drugs and the occurrence of withdrawal symptoms related to nervous system hyper excitability" (1).This means that genetics provides tendencies to act a certain way, yet these tendencies need to be activated in order to function properly.
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