progress has constantly been made in just about every field imaginable. Technology has exploded in recent years, and such developments have meant a lot for the future of communication amongst the human race. Of course, as with nearly every other rapidly expanding medium that leads to drastic changes for the way humans interact, there are analysts following the change. One such analyst is S. Craig Watkins, who wrote an essay titled “Fast Entertainment and Multitasking in an Always-On World” in his book The
teens about how often the parents use their phone when driving. Copeland’s article is meant to inform parents of their effects on teen’s driving behaviors. Their actions behind the wheel let their children know what is okay to do and what is not. If parents are aware of this then it would help them try to set a good example. This academic journal is a reliable source that comes from the database Academic Search Elite, provided by school’s online database systems. This article about parent’s
Blue Collar workers as the fundamental that makes up America. One such man, author Mike Rose a professor at UCLA, who wrote "Blue-Collar Brilliance," published in a reputable magazine in 2009 in the American Scholar, what Rose argues, is that blue-collar workers often overlooked. In effect, that the establishment of where you work acts as an institution of learning and those without a formal education have valuable types of "brilliance." Rose argues his claim by using pathos, logos through personal
brain, the central organ is still distracted. The thesis statement of this persuasive essay is that cell phone usage while driving has a negative impact on the overall road users as they compromise safety.
article “Audiobooks: Is listening as good as reading?” and comes to the conclusion that audiobooks not only count, but in some ways they are better than printed literature. Ross’s argument, although lacking any emotional components, remains sound and persuasive due to her support of premises and her use of the appeals. The Premises and Their Support Four premises found in Ross’s article drive her argument home, and each are supported thoroughly. The first premise stated that “[audiobooks are] the perfect
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