audience, rhetorical aim, and genre

The questions below are designed to challenge you to think critically about the concepts of audience, rhetorical aim, and genre you’ve learned from Chapters 1 and 2 and to apply them through a rhetorical analysis of the first week’s reading.

First, one by one, describe the audience, rhetorical aim, and genre from each reading from Week 1.

2a. What is/are the rhetorical aim(s) for each of these pieces?

1.       Survey Says Workers Are Leaving Tech Jobs Because of Mistreatment (click on the blue link, then press play to listen to the story. Be sure your audio/volume is on)

2.       One Art by Elizabeth Bishop

 

2b. Who do you think is the targeted audience(s) for? Try to be as specific as possible and provide a rationale for your choices.

1.       Survey Says Workers Are Leaving Tech Jobs Because of Mistreatment (click on the blue link, then press play to listen to the story. Be sure your audio/volume is on)

2.       One Art by Elizabeth Bishop

 

2c. What genre do you think each of these pieces represent?

1.       Survey Says Workers Are Leaving Tech Jobs Because of Mistreatment (click on the blue link, then press play to listen to the story. Be sure your audio/volume is on)

2.       One Art by Elizabeth Bishop

 

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