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PAUL KEATING: REDFERN SPEECH
Transcript of PAUL KEATING: REDFERN SPEECH
What techniques & what effect does this have on the 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"
Thursday, Decemeber 10th, 1992
Vol XCIII, No. 311
[used to begin successive sentences]
- 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
author's ability to appeal to the audience through the use of figurative language, allusions, personal anecdotes, etc. to engage their emotions. (audience)
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
START OF RECONCILIATION
- Recognizing wrong doings
- Make things right
build this nation
- Indigenous people have "shaped our identity"
- Highlights Importance
"... pastoral & agricultural industry"
"... 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..."
Australia's National Identity is still growing.
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