Biswas may have the better article, but it lacks an ethos argument. One thing that this article has is the appeal to the rights and wrongs of human nature. This article mainly uses facts and reason to support its arguments but lacks the appeal to human nature. People know what is right and wrong, and human trafficking is wrong. Human trafficking is a major issue. Biswas believes that “Trafficking in Bangladesh is now an well-organized economic phenomenon that‘s run by forces of demand and supply” (Biswas, 2015, p.87). This quote could have easily been supported by an ethos argument and Biswas fails to do that . Human trafficking may be a phenomenon, but people know it 's wrong yet they are continuing to do it. When it comes to human trafficking, it is very easy to use an ethos argument, human trafficking is wrong but people d...
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...fficking should be legal.The goal is to make it easier for victims to get help, not the ones that are making these people victims. This support does not make people want to help, why help the one who started it all. With only a good ethos argument this article is less convincing than Biswas.
Both articles make valid arguments but in the case of Human trafficking Biswas has the superior argument. Biswas may lack an ethos argument but she makes up for it with her pathos and logos argument. She backs all of her arguments up with the facts and the appeal to human emotions. Weismuller only uses a ethos argument and lacks a logos and pathos argument. With only a ethos argument Weismuller falls short in making a truly convincing argument. When closely comparing the two articles Biswas has the superior article leading with an excellent pathos and logos argument.
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