Malala Yousafzai is a Pakistani blogger who was held captive by that Taliban. During her captivity, her and her friends where shot in the head and fortunately, she survived what could be a fatal wound. A couple years after she recovered to an extent, she was invited to give a speech to the United Nations. In order to persuade the people of the United Nations to provide universal health care, she used the rhetorical elements ethos, pathos, and logos. Ethos is using the author’s appeal to persuade
Malala Yousafzai is a Pakistani activist for education, especially for females, and equal rights to education in the middle east. She revolutionized education equality for children. She has received many peace awards, including the Nobel Peace Prize. The Taliban outlawed education in Pakistan, where she lived, for all females in 2009. She continued to attend classes and speak out on her BBC blog, the radio, and was even in a documentary about her life in the middle east and going to school as a
Malala Yousafzai: “One Girl Among Many” (Rhetorical Analysis) On October 9th, 2012, Malala Yousafzai, a Pakistani student, who was on her way home from school, was shot in the head by a Taliban member, and ultimately survived. Yousafzai had repeatedly spoken out against the Taliban’s policy of destroying schools and depriving young girls of education in the Swat Valley, Pakistan. Yousafzai’s defiance made her a prime target for the Taliban and an attempt was made on her life. Miraculously, she
Women’s rights is an issue that needed to be rectified. Malala Yousafzai and Hillary Clinton use rhetorical devices such as logos, allusion, and repetition in their speeches.”Address to the United Nations, July 2013” and ”Excerpts from speech given for the United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women, 1995” are the speeches used to stress the importance of women and their rights. Primarily, Hillary uses the rhetorical device logos to persuade the audience of why women’s rights are important.
Malala Yousafzai Nobel Peace Prize Speech Analysis “I am those 66 million girls who are deprived of education. And today I am not raising my voice, it is the voice of those 66 million girls.” Malala Yousafzai makes this statement in her speech to the Nobel Committee as the first Pakistani and, at the age of sixteen, the youngest person to receive the Nobel Peace Prize Award. Malala was unfortunately shot in the head by a member of the Taliban, due to the fact that she defied a culture that did not
The speaker is Malala Yousafzai, a Pakistani girl; she is sixteen years old. She was shot by Taliban in on October 2012. Malala was the first and the youngest person who received the biggest European human rights prize called "Sakh arov" Malala was received Nobel Peace Prize in 2013. She also received many other international awards such as women of the year 2013 by Glamour, Women's rights award "Raw & War (Malala yousafzai Web, 2013). Malala Yousafzai give a speech at the United Nations. The terrorist
Rhetorical Analysis of Nobel Peace Prize Acceptance Speech Malala Yousafzai Malala Yousafzai, the author of this acceptance speech, is a young female from Pakistan who won the Nobel Peace Prize with the help of Kailash Satyarthi. They won it because of their writing about the struggle for young children to receive proper education. The audience for this speech is everyone including her teachers and parents, majesties, royal highnesses, and members of Norwegian Nobel Committee. Issues that
Malala Yousafzai was born on July 12, 1997, in Mingora, Pakistan (Yousafzai, 2013, p.233). She is the daughter of Ziauddin and Tor Pekai Yousafzai and has two younger brothers. Some background about Yousafzai as it maintains in her book “I am Malala: The girl who stood up for education and was shot by the Taliban” she was a child, she became an advocate for girls ' education, which resulted in the Taliban issuing a death threat against her (Yousafzai, 2013, 235). On October 9, 2012, a gunman shot