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Your final project will consist of four subsections, each based upon your chosen article from a popular publication, and each demonstrating your ability to carry out a particular kind of writing.

Each section should be between 200-250 words. Because they are so short, there is no space for peripheral material. So each section should begin with a thesis or over-arching, focusing statement.

Summary. This is pretty basic. Just distill the main claims/points of your chosen article. You might also make judicial use of short, key quotations.

Rhetorical analysis. You did this for you second paper, and you’ll be doing it again for your final. This is an analysis of how the author works to persuade her or his audience with appeals to emotion, authority, reason, or some combination thereof. The most difficult part of doing this is identifying the “so what.” This is key and should be stated explicitly in your first sentence of the section (e.g., The author relies heavily on emotional appeals in order to…). And whatever fills in that ellipsis (the dot-dot-dot) must say more than …to convince her readers. To convince readers how? Why? To make readers fearful, maybe? Of what? You’ll need to figure that out and make that clear.

Empirical analysis. This is where your other two articles come in. Remember, these need to be research-based. That means that the author or authors have conducted an original study. Usually, you’ll need to find these using Google Scholar or one of the other academic databases you were introduced to in our second library session. Normally, newspapers, magazines, and popular websites do not conduct their own research; they report on the research of others. If you’re having difficulty finding appropriate sources, go back to the library and consult with a librarian. Show them the assignment. They will help you. The point of this section is to see, in a limited way, whether or not the claims that are asserted in your popular article hold up to evidence in the field. Do your two research articles corroborate your main article? Counter it? Or maybe qualify it in some way? Remember to look in the introductions and conclusions of research articles to locate summaries of their findings. You don’t need to comb through the whole thing.

Observational analysis. This is analysis based on your own observations and experiences. Do you find your main article to be convincing or not? Why? For this section, try to avoid being overly generic and impressionistic. Back your responses and claims with specific and concrete examples. You may also be creative and so something a little outside of the box. If you’re interested, for example, in technology and marketing, you could interview some people about their impressions and habits and use that information in your write up.

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Robyn1994
School: Duke University

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C. Hey, Kids, Look at Me When We’re Talking
Summary
This article from the New York Times was written by Bruce Feiler on April 17, 2015.
This article first talks about the traditional ways which use to communicate face to face and
greeting by a handshake. This form of communication was used in the era of 1970s. The greeting
was accompanied by an eye to eye look. This would help tell a lot about an individual’s
character. It also discusses about the current tread that people were fixed most of the time to their
gadgets and less of face to face communication. It is essential to have nonverbal communication
skills since it helps a lot in the discovery of an individual’s character. Our fore fathers used the
face to face mode of communication since they had no alternative. With this mode of
communication a person can deduce a lot about an individual behavior with the tone of the voice,
expressions on the face, eye contact and posture. These deductions vary due to the diversification
of culture but all it takes is to understand the mode of communication. This has led to most of the
teens losing a lot of sleeping time hence making them have low self-esteem. With use of
technology, it has made teens lazy and underperformers since they concentrate most of the time
on their gadgets rather than concentrating on studies and valuable issues. Without technology,
kids can effectively develop their nonverbal skills since they will practice and master the art.
Rhetorical Analysis
The author uses ethical appeal to justify his credibility to the reader and also show that he
is a credible character. He presents the research conducted by Clifford Nass and his working

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thesis statement before the accident to show his work is credible as it is backed up by a credible
professor.
The author also uses pathetic appeal to persuade the reader into believing his work. The
author talks about the death of his close friend Clifford Nass who was carrying out study on the
time children were spending behind screen. The reference to the professor and his interest in the
topic of impacts of technology on children makes it impossible to disagree with the author’s
opinion that is probably a continuation of the work of the late Prof. Clifford Nass. The author’s
emotional appeal is so strong such that it is almost impossible not to buy the author’s ideas on
the concept of technological impacts on children.
The reference to the late Professor Clifford Nass who was a communication professor at
Stanford University is a logic appeal that uses the credibility of the professor and the university
to persuade the reader into believing the message context of the article as well. As a professor at
Stanford University who specializes specifically on the same topic of communication under
study by the author, the author logically urges the audience to believe his work that has a
foundation on the great works of a great Stanford University a professional and expert in the
communication sector under review by the author. The author also references other prominent
experts in this field in an attempt to convince the reader about the credibility of his paper. For
example, the author quotes another prominent professor at New York University; Niobe Way as
a way of urging the audience to believe the logical credibility of his work.
Empirical Analysis
https://kaylanehme.wordpress.com/2016/04/13/the-anti-social-effects-of-social-mediacommunications/

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In a study carried out by kaylanehme known as; The Anti-Social Effects of Social
Media Communications, kaylanehme further emphasizes on the negative impacts social
media has on our lives. According to this article, there exists a correlation between the
duration of time spend by people online as well as the recent decrease in real-life
communication. This analysis is consistent with the ideas presented by the author in this
article. Both articles provide that there is a correlation between the amount of time spend
online and the reduction in their social skills. Although the two articles focus on
individuals on varied age bracket, both groups of people portray similar traits; spending a
lot of time online significantly lowered the face to face communication of people.
Regardless of the experience of these individual on the online platforms, the people
continued to use the internet.
http://www.abc.net.au/local/stories/2014/07/23/4051927.htm
15-year-old Charlotte Marsh15-year-old Charlotte Marsh in her article, Generation
antisocial: how social media is affecting our teens she further affirms that social media is
continuously...

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