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I will pay for the following essay Analysis of types of claims. The essay is to be 1 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page.ative American values that are being
I will pay for the following essay Analysis of types of claims. The essay is to be 1 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page.
ative American values that are being projected all over the world, the author also emphasizes on the positive values that according to him, represent the true America more accurately.
In Fewer Call Themselves Multiracial, the author Nasser conveys credibility and ethos by means of using the strong support of statistics,
quotation from authority, and inductive reasoning, and concludes that the decline in multiracial self-identity is because “there is a lot of pressure from society to choose one race” (Wood, 2008, p.184). Pathos or emotional persuasion of the reader is through quotations from authorities who state that identifying more than one race, opposes racial identity. For this, the solution is to accept being 100% of one race, as well as 100% of the other race as well, rather than being half of each race.
Logos or logical reasoning is used by the author. In the 2000 census, people were allowed to check more than one race, as a result of lobbying undertaken by mixed-race Americans urging the government to permit identification with more than one race. Moreover, the movement for grew stronger with multi-racial proclamations from famous celebrities such as golfer Tiger Woods, actress Halle Berry, and several others. However, the census bureau’s survey showed a drop from 2.4% in 2000 to 1.9% in 2005, a small but significant decline in mixed race self-identification (Wood, 2008).
In What Sets Us Apart, the author Zuckerman establishes ethos or ethical appeal through giving both the positive and negative cultural impacts that America has over the rest of the world. The author uses pathos to support his argument, through persuading by means of appealing to the emotions of the reader (Durhamtech, 2009). This is evident in Zuckerman’s statement “So America’s narrative which has waxed for so long is now waning in its universal appeal” (Wood, 2008, p.192) as is obvious from the decline of America’s image in other countries. Grievances have