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Rhetorical Analysis: Rhetorical Analysis

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Rhetorical Analysis In the past, the majority of the African Americans had faced with segregation, poverty, violence, and inequalities. In spite of the civil rights movement that the African Americans shortly enjoyed it they had insufficient access to education, political rights, employment, and welfares. Today, the people of the color still face discrimination, racial injustice, and brutality. African-Americans are more likely suffering issues including unemployment, lack of education, poverty, drug abuse, and injustice than Caucasians. In this rhetorical analysis, both writers attracted their audiences through persuasive expression, tone, and rational methods to discuss discrimination, racial …show more content…

In this essay, the author

  • Analyzes how the two authors attracted their audiences through persuasive expression, tone, and rational methods to discuss discrimination, racial issues, fears, injustices and cruelty that govern society.
  • Analyzes how ta-nehisi coates' persuasive article relies on author's justification and biases. he conveys his powerful message through thinking his audience that appeals to emotion and logic.
  • Explains that coates wants to convey his message effectively to his audience that "america believes itself exceptional and america as a society is intentionally blind to its race described shortcomings."
  • Analyzes how coates applied persuasive expression in his article how he and black young males felt. growing up in the baltimore area taught him the criterion of behaviors regard to the life of the street to gangs and other black americans.
  • Analyzes how coates argues that the young black people are living in the country where unarmed black men are dying at the hands of police officers. he urges his son to be cautious and be aware of his surroundings.
  • Quotes victor m. rios, a sociologist who wrote "the process of the hyper-criminalization of black and latino male youth in the era of mass incarceration."
  • Analyzes how rios discusses the expansion of the criminal justice system into school, home, and community that criminalized constantly black and latino young males.
  • Analyzes how rios' goal is to convince his audience that the young people of color were imprisoned or controlled as deviant.
  • Analyzes rios' findings that black and latino young males are criminalized at every level in their lives as students, children, and members of the community.
  • Concludes that coates and rios' writings are different in their perspectives and communicate different purposes. both authors use powerful tone, expression, and argumentative styles to attract their audience's emotions and logics.

As a journalist Ta-Nehisi Coates (2005) attempted to respond the questions presented in the form of a letter to his son Like “Between the World and Me." Coates(2015) shared with his son and his audience about "America 's history and slavery through a series of inspired experiences" that he described as a journey when he was a child(P.3). Coates described in his article that how racial issues have influenced America and how the police officers treat black people brutally. He conveyed his powerful message through thinking his audience that appealed to emotion and logic. Coates 's goal is to make the audience understand the history of the United States and the current racial crisis that exists in community now. The author (2015) emphasizes the different kinds of crime that black young males have tolerated in the U.S. is because of White culture and community which trying to obtain sovereignty over Black bodies (P. …show more content…

Rios, a sociologist who wrote “the process of the Hyper-Criminalization of Black and Latino Male Youth in the Era of Mass Incarceration.,” informed the audience on facts and statistics. Dr. Rios as a sociologist argues(2006) "that insufficient welfare, lack of employment, and education caused a negative effect on the governance in public and private areas that hyper- criminalized the young people of color as super predators and life long

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