Compose a Rhetorical Analysis, communications homework help

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Read the requirement of the project. You have 7 days to compose the paper. However, before 8.13, you need to write a description of the project in about 200 words.

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Its pretty simple- just let us know which reformer you have chosen, and why.

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Rhetorical Analysis (150 points) 4-5 page typed rhetorical analysis about a reformer. Use the outline shell below to help guide the information your cover in your analysis. _________________________ Reformer Name (Date of Birth- Date of Death ) I. Biography (30 points) A. What main book, speech, idea, or action made this person famous (Source in APA style). B. A few details about their life.(Sources) C. People, Ideas or Events that influenced them (Source). D. Some key events in their life (Source). II.Ideas (20 points) A.Quotes that express their ideas (Source). B. Others commenting on their ideas (Source) III. Rhetorical Strategy (50 points) A. Appeals (ethos, pathos, logos by Aristotle) B. Audience (s) C. Several points on strategy: Rhetorical situation or exigencies, language, identification, archetypes.... D. Social Movements IV. Reactions from different audiences (Source). (20 points) V. Overall Critique of Effectiveness, Morality or other standard (Sources). (20 points) References (10 points) Use APA style 6th edition to list your sources (See examples in Sections 6-11of OWL) . Possible Topics for Rhetorical Analysis I hope this list of options helps your select an appropriate topic for your Rhetorical Analysis in this class: Nat Turner Maria Stewart Richard Allen Sarah and Angelina Grimke Sojourner Truth Frederick Douglass (as an abolitionist) Harriet Tubman William Lloyd Garrison Lydia Maria Child George Fitzhugh James Henry Hammond Booker T. Washington David Walker Elizabeth Cady Stanton- suffrage Elizabeth Cady Stanton-Women's Bible Lucretia Mott Susan B. Anthony (before 1873) Lucy Stone Amelia Bloomer Harriet Beecher Stowe Frederick Douglass (as a women's right supporter) Massachusetts Anti-Suffrage Societies Dred Scott Case John Brown Abraham Lincoln John C. Calhoun Mathew B. Brady Susan B. Anthony-Winning the West (after 1873) Charles Sumner KKK Plessy v. Ferguson Lucy Stone Victoria Woodhall Carrie Catt Anna Howard Shaw Jane Addams Alice Paul Women's Peace Movement (WWI) Frances Willard Margaret Sanger Gloria Steinem Title IX Rosie the Riveter Jim Crow Marcus Garvey Eleanor Roosevelt Roe V. Wade Motherhood in the 1950s Martin Luther Shirley Chisholm Rosa Parks Thurgood Marshall Maya Angelou Georgia Keeffe Jackie Robinson Malcolm X Betty Friedan Post-Feminism W.E.B. DuBois Mohamad> Ali Richard Wright Langston Hughes Bob Dylan list of other abolitionlists list of other suffragettes list of others in the women's movement list of others in the civil rights movement ...
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mARTIN LUTHER
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Submission date: 16-Aug-2017 06:44AM (UT C-0400)
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mARTIN LUTHER
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Running head: RHETORICAL ANALYSIS

Martin Luther King, Jr.
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RHETORICAL ANALYSIS
Introduction
Born on January 15, 1929, Martin Luther King Jr. was one of the most influential civil
rights activist in the history of America. He went to various segregated public schools in the state
of Georgia like many black children during those times. At fifteen, he graduated and four years
later, he was awarded a B.A degree from the Morehouse college in 1948. This was the same
institution where his father and grandfather had both graduated from, and which was a
distinguished Negro institution at the time (Carson, 2014). He attended the Crozer Theological
Seminary for three years in Pennsylvania an upon completion, was awarded the B.D in 1951.
After completing the study at Crozer, he joined Boston University for graduate studies for which
he completed the doctorate in 1953 and was honored with a degree in 1955 at 25 years of age.
It was in Boston where he met and marr...

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