O’Connor wrote to defend Vargas yet he does not clearly argue why Vargas should stay in the United States and earn citizenship rather he wastes his opportunity to defend Vargas by publicizing about journalism. O’Connor, instead of directing his response to Vargas’ immigration problem, digresses and talks about how Vargas impacted social media journalism. O’Connor writes about Vargas’ contributions to social media journalism saying “…he cleverly used social media like Facebook to break news about the Virginia Tech campus massacre, was exactly the sort of young, hip and connected reporter places like the Post desper...
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...s not a heroic deed because Vargas’ defense was only for himself not the general population. By claiming Vargas a hero, O’Connor shows traces of bias writing, which means that O’Connor essay was based on emotion rather than reason. Therefore, O’Connor loses his credibility in regards to Vargas because his essay is personal rather than objective.
O’Connor’s poor attempt at defending Vargas fails to convey the message that Vargas should remain in the United States and receive citizenship. O’Connor’s ignorance about how to defend Vargas led to a poor essay which only talked about the issue at hand at the very end and failed to make valid arguments with adequate support. In addition, Vargas’ own essay conveyed a message of selfishness rather than heroic intention because he failed to mention the situation, in his essay, for other immigrants by lacking specific examples.
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