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Transcript of Satire Background
To ENLARGE, INCREASE, or represent something beyond normal bounds so that it becomes RIDICULOUS and its faults can be seen.
PETER LEARNS ITALIAN
ANNOYING "LOST" FANS (THE ONION)
ZACH SAWYER (FAMILY GUY)
RICKY AND FRED MAKE RICE
Presentation of things out of place or absurd in relation to surroundings. Inconsistency with expectations.
BIRD AFRAID OF HEIGHTS (FAMILY GUY)
The opposite is true.
Ex: The roles of the hero and villain have been reversed.
Look for all the different examples in SHREK.
Imitation of the techniques and/or style of some person, place, or thing.
South Park: "The Happening"
FAMILY GUY: THE WIZARD OF OZ
Identify the type of satire for each of the following examples!
What is satire???
A literary work that RIDICULES its subject through the use of techniques such as
in order to make a COMMENT or CRITICISM about the subject at hand.
Satire tends to:
Ridicule an idea
Show an author/creator’s perspective on a subject.
When is something considered satire...or just offensive? Where do we (you?) draw the line?
SOLID SATIRE TENDS TO ANSWER THESE THREE (3) QUESTIONS:
What is being targeted or satirized?
How is satire being accomplished?
What is the larger social commentary at hand in the satirical text?
Using RHETORIC to comment on societal issues.
Can appear in all types of textual forms.
Usually done with the goal of promoting change through informing others about issues of justice.
What type of social commentary is at work in the following clips??
RHETORIC = Greek for "orator"/"teacher"
>>>the art of persuasion<<<
Tools of rhetoric:
ETHOS = credibility (ethics)
LOGOS = logic
PATHOS = emotion (symPATHy/emPATHy)