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PERSUASIVE TECHNIQUES

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Philippe Celestin

on 11 December 2013

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Transcript of PERSUASIVE TECHNIQUES

Authors use different techniques to convince their readers that they are correct. Three of these techniques or strategies are called ...

ETHOS
PATHOS
and LOGOS

PERSUASIVE TECHNIQUES
When authors use pathos they are trying to appeal to your emotions or passions.
PATHOS
When an author uses Logos they are trying to present a logical argument to make you believe them.
LOGOS
When an author uses ethos they are using someone's credibility or expertise to convince you that they are right.
ETHOS
The P in pathos is for PASSION! because that is what the author is trying to make you feel
The E in ethos is for EXPERTISE because the author uses a person's expertise to convince you.
The L in logos is for the logical argument the author is trying to make because they want you to understand the facts.
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