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Logos, Ethos, and Pathos

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Kristen Ellis

on 28 September 2012

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Transcript of Logos, Ethos, and Pathos

By: Kristen Ellis Logos, Ethos, and Pathos Logos Ethos refers to the credibility and trustworthiness. Barrack Obama and Bill Clinton, being current and former beloved presidents, are figures that the American people can trust. Ethos Pathos is when the author tries to activate emotion. This video evokes sympathy for the children struggling with Progeria as well as their parents with pictures of the coffin and children smiling. Pathos Logos refers to the facts, reasoning, and logical evidence the author uses.
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There are different facts that appear throughout the video such as "4.4 million jobs lost" and " $250,000 Tax cut for millionaires".
He backs up his accusations with facts.
The video is trying to sway you towards Democrats and vote for Obama. Underneath each statistic, the source is sited.
Examples: 4.6 Million New Jobs- Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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