Effects of Eating Disorders on Prepubescent Children A Rhetorical Critique

May 12th, 2015
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The media, internet, families of young children, and their peers are today’s prepubescent children’s biggest obstacle when it comes to fighting eating disorders such as bulimia and anorexia nervosa. In the article Influences of Disordered Eating in Prepubescent Children written by Teena M. McGuinness, there are exceptional displays of ethos and logos, but comes up short when executing her pathos throughout the article.

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Final Draft Comp IHolm1CierraHolmMs.DoakCompI:1:1021December2014EffectsofEatingDisordersonPrepubescentChildren ARhetoricalCritiqueThemedia,internet,familiesofyoungchildren,andtheirpeersaretodaysprepubescent childrensbiggestobstaclewhenitcomestofightingeatingdisorderssuchasbulimiaand anorexianervosa.InthearticleInfluencesofDisorderedEatinginPrepubescentChildrenwritten byTeenaM.McGuinness,thereareexceptionaldisplaysofethosandlogos,b

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