Final Reflection Rhetorical Analysis

For my rhetorical analysis, I didn’t make any new changes mostly because the paper is no longer fresh on my mind. I did a terrible job on this paper and I think it is because rhetorical analysis’ are my weakness in writing. Ever since my junior year AP English class I feel I have only gotten worse at writing them. I don’t know where to switch from just pointing out what devices are being used to how they are being used or to why. This paper did set me up to learn a lot about my process of writing and … Continue reading Final Reflection Rhetorical Analysis

Rhetorical Rational

Trevor White Rhetorical Rational R C 2001 Bret Zawilski         While writing on the effect of hip hop on culture and society I did not learn much new, I have been involved and interested in this discourse community for some time now. Through both writer’s pieces there was a variety of storytelling along with writing that allows the reader to almost hear how the writer would be saying what he is writing. These points where the feeling showed obviously was where I focused most because it allowed for ethos and pathos to be developed simultaneously.  By developing the areas where … Continue reading Rhetorical Rational

Rhetorical Analysis 3

Trevor White RC2001 Bret Zawilski February 16, 2017 On an August night in 1973 a boy by the name DJ Kool Herc and his sister Cindy were throwing a back to school party. On this night, DJ Kool Herc decided he was going to show off a new style of deejaying he called a “merry go round.” He placed two turn tables side by side and put a copy of James Brown’s “Clap Your Hands” on each, when one turntable would get through the desired section he would simultaneously stop one of them and turn the other turn table on … Continue reading Rhetorical Analysis 3

Rhetorical Analysis 2

Trevor White Rhetorical Analysis Bret Zawilski R C 2001         On an August night in 1973 a boy by the name DJ Kool Herc and his sister Cindy were throwing a back to school party. On this night, DJ Kool Herc decided he was going to show off a new style of deejaying he called a “merry go round.” He placed two turn tables side by side and put a copy of James Brown’s “Clap Your Hands” on each, when one turntable would get through the desired section he would simultaneously stop one of them and turn the other turn … Continue reading Rhetorical Analysis 2

Rhetorical Analysis 1

Trevor White Rhetorical Analysis Bret Zawilski R C 2001 If rap fans were asked “Where and how was rap music created?” there would be as many different answers. What can be said for sure is that at some time in the ‘70s someone intentionally or accidently sparked the form of music we now know as rap. Since then rap has grown in popularity, relevance, and influence. In today’s society, the thought of African American culture is usually closely followed by one of rap music. Rap music is to blame for anything that could be interpreted as wrong or bad in … Continue reading Rhetorical Analysis 1