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Visual Rhetoric of Power. Alexis Hager. Visual Rhetoric Examination Form. Image Title: Police hold back crowd Bibliographic Citation :"Police Hold Back Crowd." CNN. CNN Wire Staff, 26 Sept. 2012. Web. 30 Jan. 2013. Topic: Police holding back crowd

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visual rhetoric examination form
Visual Rhetoric Examination Form
  • Image Title: Police hold back crowd
  • Bibliographic Citation:"Police Hold Back Crowd." CNN. CNN Wire Staff, 26 Sept. 2012. Web. 30 Jan. 2013.
  • Topic: Police holding back crowd
  • Image Sub-Genre (chart, graphic, diagram, cartoon, photograph, etc.): Photograph
  • Mode(informative, persuasive, argumentative, expressive/entertaining): Informative
  • Found Where: Google Images
  • Found How: Internet
  • Why Select This Image?It shows the power the police have
  • What Does This Image State About Power? People in authoritative jobs can tell other people what to do
  • Why Do You State So? By law citizens normally have to listen to the police
  • How Does This Image Fit With The Others In Your Collection (if at all)? People in positions of authority

How Does This Image Fit With The Others In Your Collection (if at all)?

People in positions of authority

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Image Title: Police violently stop protest

  • Bibliographic Citation:PoliceViolently Stop Protest. 2010. Photograph. Business Insider, Europe. Business Insider. Business Insider, 29 Sept. 2010. Web. 30 Jan. 2013
  • Topic: Police beating people with cane at a protest/riot
  • Image Sub-Genre (chart, graphic, diagram, cartoon, photograph, etc.): Photograph
  • Mode(informative, persuasive, argumentative, expressive/entertaining): Argumentative
  • Found Where: Google Images
  • Found How: Internet
  • Why Select This Image? It shows that the one’s supposed to be there for our safety can also be bad
  • What Does This Image State About Power? There can be a misuse of power
  • Why Do You State So? If you’re in a position to tell people what to do some times the power can get to your head and you have a power trip

How Does This Image Fit With The Others In Your Collection (if at all)?

People in positions of authority

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Image Title: Guard locking in prisoner

  • Bibliographic Citation:Gaurd Locking in Prisoner. 2011. Photograph. San Quenton. SF Gate. By Marisa Lagos. San Fransico Chronicle, 8 Mar. 2011. Web. 30 Jan. 2013.
  • Topic: Prison guard locking person in cell
  • Image Sub-Genre (chart, graphic, diagram, cartoon, photograph, etc.): Photograph
  • Mode (informative, persuasive, argumentative, expressive/entertaining): Informative
  • Found Where: Google Images
  • Why Select This Image? Some telling another what to do
  • Found How: Internet
  • What Does This Image State About Power? When you do something wrong others make the choice of your punishment and for how long and someone else tells you what to do during that time
  • Why Do You State So? Prison guards can tell prisoners what they can/cannot do and when

How Does This Image Fit With The Others In Your Collection (if at all)?

People in positions of authority

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Image Title:The boss

  • Bibliographic Citation:The Boss. 2011. Photograph. Japanese Pod 101. Japanese Pod 101, 15 Feb. 2011. Web. 30 Jan. 2013.
  • Topic: Boss telling employees what to do
  • Image Sub-Genre (chart, graphic, diagram, cartoon, photograph, etc.): Photograph
  • Mode (informative, persuasive, argumentative, expressive/entertaining): Expressive
  • Found Where: Google Images
  • Why Select This Image?Shows the structure of the workplace
  • Found How: Internet
  • What Does This Image State About Power? At work people in higher positions tell you what to do
  • Why Do You State So? Your boss at work tells you what to do

How Does This Image Fit With The Others In Your Collection (if at all)?

People in positions of authority

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Image Title: You’re fired

  • Bibliographic Citation:Youre Fired. N.d. Photograph. Renegade. Renegade Communications. Web. 30 Jan. 2013.
  • Topic: Donald Trump firing someone
  • Image Sub-Genre (chart, graphic, diagram, cartoon, photograph, etc.): Photograph
  • Mode (informative, persuasive, argumentative, expressive/entertaining): Expressive
  • Found Where: Google Images
  • Why Select This Image? It shows the power of the head of a company
  • Found How: Internet
  • What Does This Image State About Power? Other people can control when you start/end a job
  • Why Do You State So? Your boss can fire you at any time
  • How Does This Image Fit With The Others In Your Collection (if at all)?
  • People in positions of authority
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Image Title: Teacher

  • Bibliographic Citation:Teacher. 2010. Photograph. TeaherAppriciation Pays Off for You with Pentel Products. Pentel, 25 June 2010. Web. 30 Jan. 2013.
  • Topic: Teacher teaching a student
  • Image Sub-Genre (chart, graphic, diagram, cartoon, photograph, etc.): Photograph
  • Mode (informative, persuasive, argumentative, expressive/entertaining): Expressive
  • Found Where: Google Images
  • Why Select This Image? A teacher is watching over and helping her student
  • Found How: Internet
  • What Does This Image State About Power? While one is in school their teachers tell them what to do but are also responsible for giving them a good education
  • Why Do You State So? Teacher teach you material, give you homework and tests, then you either pass or fail
  • How Does This Image Fit With The Others In Your Collection (if at all)?
  • People in positions of authority
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Image Title: Mom

  • Bibliographic Citation: Mom. N.d. Photograph. E How. By Helen Jain. EHow.com. Web. 30 Jan. 2013.
  • Topic: Mom disciplining child
  • Image Sub-Genre (chart, graphic, diagram, cartoon, photograph, etc.): Photograph
  • Mode (informative, persuasive, argumentative, expressive/entertaining): Expressive
  • Found Where: Google Images
  • Why Select This Image? It shows that children have to listen to their parents
  • Found How: Images
  • What Does This Image State About Power? Parents are in charge of their children
  • Why Do You State So? Parents have the right to praise or discipline their children and children have to listen to their parents
  • How Does This Image Fit With The Others In Your Collection (if at all)?
  • People in positions of authority
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Image Title: Coach

  • Bibliographic Citation: Coach. 2011. Photograph. San Diego. B/R. By Neil Tillman. Bleacher Report, 11 Nov. 2011. Web. 30 Jan. 2013.
  • Topic: Football coach coaching his player
  • Image Sub-Genre (chart, graphic, diagram, cartoon, photograph, etc.): Photograph
  • Mode (informative, persuasive, argumentative, expressive/entertaining): Expressive
  • Found Where: Google Images
  • Why Select This Image? It shows that coaches are in charge
  • Found How: Internet
  • What Does This Image State About Power? Coaches make all the plays and make the executive decisions for the team
  • Why Do You State So? People in positions of authority
  • How Does This Image Fit With The Others In Your Collection (if at all)?
  • People in positions of authority
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Image Title: President

  • Bibliographic Citation: President. 2012. Photograph. Business Insider. By Matthew Boesler and Max Nisen. Business Insider, 9 July 2012. Web. 30 Jan. 2013
  • Topic: President Obama giving a speech
  • Image Sub-Genre (chart, graphic, diagram, cartoon, photograph, etc.): Photograph
  • Mode (informative, persuasive, argumentative, expressive/entertaining): Expressive
  • Found Where: Google Images
  • Why Select This Image? The president leads our country
  • Found How: Internet
  • What Does This Image State About Power? The president along with other members of our government is in charge of our country and making the decisions of laws, economy, and relations with other countries
  • Why Do You State So? The president tries to make choices for the well-being of the United States
  • How Does This Image Fit With The Others In Your Collection (if at all)?
  • People in positions of authority
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Image Title: Judge

  • Bibliographic Citation: Judge. 2012. Photograph. CNN. CNN Wire Staff, 31 Aug. 2012
  • Topic: A judge in court
  • Image Sub-Genre (chart, graphic, diagram, cartoon, photograph, etc.): Photograph
  • Mode (informative, persuasive, argumentative, expressive/entertaining): Expressive
  • Found Where: Google Images
  • Why Select This Image? A judge can affect your life in a positive or negative way
  • Found How: Internet
  • What Does This Image State About Power? The judge is the highest power in court
  • Why Do You State So? A judge can send you to jail, decide how long, find you guilty or not guilty, or can dismiss or drop your charges
  • How Does This Image Fit With The Others In Your Collection (if at all)?
  • People in positions of authority