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Visual Rhetoric: Images as Arguments


Madalyn Oloya

on 18 February 2010

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Transcript of Visual Rhetoric: Images as Arguments

Visual Rhetoric: Images as Arguments
A Rule for Writers:
If you think pictures will help you to make the point you are arguing, include them with captions explaining sources and relevance.
Images of Suffering
Can be immensely persuassive
Pulitzer Prize 2004
Children fleeing napalm attack in Vietnam 1972
Write a list of arguments that can be supported by this photograph.
Should sensational photos be published?
Does the public have the right to know "the whole story"?
Should some privacy be considered for the family members and survivors
Man stands in front of tanks after 1989 Tiananmen Square Massacre
Fire escape collapse, 1975
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