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Rhetorical Analysis of Facebook: What to Like to be Liked.

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ethan fogus

on 21 October 2012

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What to "Like" to be liked! Applying Artistic Proofs in a
Facebook-Oriented World What is Style? A Quick Review . . . What is represented on your
Facebook is the reality of
how you are perceived. o make the public like you, you will need
to be active in accumulating goodwill.
You will need a good grasp of Aristotle’s
three artistic proofs. Using these proofs correctly
can result in increased interest in your facebook world Be mindful of each syntax. Choose the
right style for you. But, be careful . . . A Journey Brought to You By Terah, Shay, Deyanna and Ethan Middle Style! Simple StyleAlthough this is a good way to make the public like you, you will need to be active in accumulating goodwill. You will need a good grasp of Aristotle’s three artistic proofs. Using these proofs correctly can result in increased interest in your facebook world characterized by Cicero as a smooth
and ornate arrangement
of impressive words (pg 248) Grand Style! a relaxed style,
but not so relaxed that the speaker descends
to the most ordinary prose. (pg 249)
The most ordinary speech of everyday (pg 250) Keep in Mind Be mindful of each syntax. Choose the
right style for you. What assumptions can we draw about this person? http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100004505589833 How are they different from this person? http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100004535433543 Although this is a good way
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