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Subject DOES IT ANNOY YOU WHEN PEOPLE HAVE A LACK OF ORGANIZATION, AND ARE ALWAYS BEING LATE You’ll have to explain why the problem is a problem and why the solution has a good chance of making things better. (The problem and solution don’t have to be earth-shattering. The point of this is to get the basics down. That said, choose something that bugs you—that tends to make the writing easier).
The Rhetorical Situation The audience for this paper is people who either do these things, or don’t think there’s a problem. Your purpose is to convince your readers that you are right (and why). Remember, you can’t convince them if you insult them! The context, or exigence, is important here, too—why is this a problem now? Once you know why it’s (still) a problem, you might be able to figure out the solution. The Rhetorical Appeals Depending upon your audience, your purpose, and the exigence of the problem, you will need to think about how to achieve your goal of persuasion. You will probably need to use all three to some extent. Logos: Why would your reader logically think this is a problem and that the solution is reasonable? Ethos: What is credible about you? Why should the audience listen/believe? (In a research essay, you want to impress with the quality of your research. Here, you might use logical argument, self-deprecating humor, or expert testimony). Pathos: This is the emotional appeal. It can be very useful, but too heavy a hand here can result in Backlash—people don’t like to feel they are being manipulated.

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