President Bush as Time Magazine's Person of the Year Article Review by The Research Group
President Bush as Time Magazine's Person of the Year
This paper offers a short rhetorical analysis of a TIME magazine article.
# 74339 | 678 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2005 |
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Communication (Journalism) , Political Science (State and Local Politics) , Sociology (General) , Public Administration (General)
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In this article, the writer analyzes a TIME magazine article asserting President George W. Bush as Person of the Year in 2004. The writer expresses shock and awe at this award. In this paper, the writer identifies the ethos, pathos and logos on the text.
From the Paper:"It may come as a shock to some that President George W. Bush was recently named TIME magazine's Person of the Year for 2004. George W. Bush is named Person of the Year for sticking to his guns both literally and figuratively, for reshaping the rules of politics to fit his ten-gallon-hat style of leadership and for setting the global agenda, whether the world likes it or not. In order to ... "
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