Introduction to Argument. College Composition II. Six Parts of a Persuasive Argument. Exordium Narratio Propositio Partitio Confimatio Peroratio. Rhetorical Triangle. Message Logos Writer/Speaker Ethos Audience Pathos. Three Appeals of Logic. Logos Seatbelt Ad I Ethos
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Introduction to Argument
College Composition II
Evidence comparing bacon to turkey bacon in key health factors including cholesterol, fat, and sodium.
People want to be healthy.
Health problems can affect one’s lifestyle; health problems can affect one’s relationships; health problems can be costly
People do not like strict punishments.
Information on current punishments that will suggest they are low
Evidence higher punishments = compliance
Strict punishments can be costly, can affect record, etc.