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PAUL KEATING: REDFERN SPEECH

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Transcript of PAUL KEATING: REDFERN SPEECH

Emotive & Inclusive Language

We

took
the
traditional lands
…”

We

brought

the diseases
…”

We

committed

the murders


What techniques & what effect does this have on the audience?
Process Words
Pathos (audience)
- "a good place to contemplate"
- "devastation & demoralization"
- "plight" "how this affects us all"

Mixture of both emotive & inclusive
--> "our failure"
If Indigenous People continue to be in the "shadows"

$1.25
Thursday, Decemeber 10th, 1992
Vol XCIII, No. 311
CONTEXT
[used to begin successive sentences]
Anaphora
- Delivered Redfern Speech: addresses Indigenous Issues

- Effect on audience through pathos & logos

- 1992: Australian Launch of the International Year for the World’s Indigenous People

- Directed to Aboriginal Australians affected by racial segregation

- Turning Point for the reconciliation between Indigenous People & Non- Indigenous
- "WE took the traditional lands"
- "WE committed the murders"
- "WE took the children"

AUDIENCE DRAWN TO THE MESSAGE OF THE SENTENCE

- Keating used a harsh tone
- Suggest we as a Nation have failed to extend "opportunity & care" which has "degraded all of us"
PAUL KEATING: REDFERN SPEECH
- Using process words to reach his goal
- Emotive Appeal
- Use of Inclusive Language
- Emphasis: Repetition & Cumulation

Pathos:

author's ability to appeal to the audience through the use of figurative language, allusions, personal anecdotes, etc. to engage their emotions. (audience)


Logos:

author's ability to reveal logic and reason through their offering of a main idea, specific details, examples, facts, statistical data, or expert testimony and support. (subject)


Inclusive + Process = GOAL
"we" + "took" = "the traditional lands"
"we" + "brought" = "the diseases"
"we" + "committed" = "the murders"

we refers to ALL Australians
Exclusive + Process = GOAL
"they" + "have made" = "remarkable contributions "
"they" + "have shaped " = "our knowledge of this continent and of ourselves’ "
"they" + "helped build" = "this nation"

they refers to Indigenous People
Negative Connotation
Positive Connotation
START OF RECONCILIATION
- Recognizing wrong doings
- Make things right
“...
they

have made

remarkable contributions
"
"...
they

have shaped

our knowledge.
."
"
they

have helped

build this nation
"

Acknowledges Audience
- Indigenous people have "shaped our identity"
- Highlights Importance
- Contributions
e.g.
"economic contributions"
"... pastoral & agricultural industry"
"... sport"
"... in literature, art & music"

Logos (main idea)
- Stated in the end of his speech
- "I am confident we will succeed in this decade"
- "we are learning..."
- "we are beginning to recognize..."
POSITIVE CONNOTATIONS

Australia's National Identity is still growing.



CONCLUSION
Keating has portrayed Australia's National Identity as
- "something that cannot be separated from Aboriginal Australia"
- Main Idea (Logos) achieved with techniques through audience (Pathos)
- Starting point of Reconciliation
- Creating a Us and Them nature




Importance of Aboriginal Culture & its effect on Australian History
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