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Start a new heading in your work titled Rhetorical Effectiveness.
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Start a new heading in your work titled ==== Rhetorical Effectiveness ====


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==== Part 2 ====
Start a new heading in your work titled ==== Rhetorical Effectiveness ====
For the final section of your analysis, address how rhetorically effective the meme is. Now that you've stood back and analyzed the meme, you're turning your attention to //evaluating the meme//, drawing on your analysis for evidence and support.
Draw on your analysis itself and the examples you used in your analysis to address this question in about 500 well-argued words:


Consider that the implied rhetor and the intended audience probably changed with different derivatives of the meme. How will you address that in your evaluation of rhetorical effectiveness?
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=== Part 2 ===
Start a new heading in your work titled Rhetorical Effectiveness
For the final section of your analysis, address how rhetorically effective the meme is. You're turning your attention to evaluating the meme, drawing on your analysis for evidence and support.
Draw on the examples you used in your analysis, and your analysis itself, to address this question in about 500 well-argued words:
The implied rhetor and the intended audience might change with different derivatives of the meme. How will you address that in your evaluation of rhetorical effectiveness?


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=== Part 2 ===
Start a new heading in your work titled Rhetorical Effectiveness
You've addressed in your analysis HOW the meme persuades. That is, you've looked at
- what memetic elements the meme-makers use
- to persuade what intended audiences
- to do / think/ value what
For the final section of your analysis, address how rhetorically effective the meme is. You're turning your attention to evaluating the meme, drawing on your analysis for evidence and support.
Draw on the examples you used in your analysis, and your analysis itself, to address this question in about 500 well-argued words:
How rhetorically successful is this meme? That is, how effectively does it persuade?
The implied rhetor and the intended audience might change with different derivatives of the meme. How will you address that in your evaluation of rhetorical effectiveness?
To address this request, review chaps 1 - 3 of Longaker to remind yourself about implied rhetors and intended audiences, presentational enthymemes, and the use of logos, pathos, and ethos.
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To conclude, comment in an extensive paragraph or two ... [TBA: See below]


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To conclude, comment in an extensive paragraph or two ... [TBA: See below]
- Address what you find not for memes in general but you find //for this meme specifically//.
- Keep in mind that you are standing outside the rhetorical interaction. You are not the audience for the meme but the observer of the exchange. Work from that perspective. Review chapters 1 - 2 of Walker.
- As you work, you may want to reorganize your memes, re-label them, develop your comments on them.
- A draft of your analysis is due for comment, classtime, 28 Nov. At that time, we'll discuss how to conclude your analysis.
- Final due posted by the end if the day, 5 Dec.
- Final class meeting is 5 Dec.
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To conclude, comment in an extensive paragraph or two: [TBA: See below]
- Address what you find not for memes in general but you find //for this meme specifically//.
- Keep in mind that you are standing outside the rhetorical interaction. You are not the audience for the meme but the observer of the exchange. Work from that perspective. Review chapters 1 - 2 of Walker.
- As you work, you may want to reorganize your memes, re-label them, develop your comments on them.
- A draft of your analysis is due for comment, classtime, 28 Nov. At that time, we'll discuss how to conclude your analysis.
- Final due posted by class time, 5 Dec.


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