The New Man in Disney Media Studies Ken Gillam and Shannon R. Wooden, Post-Princess Models of Gender: The New Man in Disney/Pixar, p. 542
The New Man in Disney Media Studies
Body paragraphs: refer to the thesis and write a rhetorical analysis of the author’s argument. (Remember: a rhetorical analysis focuses on how well the writer uses evidence to support the thesis -claims, not necessarily whether or not you agree with them.) What evidence does the writer offer that you find questionable and/or that falls victim to fallacies? How persuasive is the evidence?
Explain why/why not you have been persuaded by the author’s arguments and evidence for those arguments. Are the arguments biased, or are they fair and balanced? Be sure to specify and label the fallacies.
Be sure to refer and label to the kinds of evidence (emotional appeals, ethical appeals, logical appeals, such as facts, statistics, historical references, etc., and kinds of fallacies), in addition to vocabulary from your readings, lecture, and videos in your analysis.
In conclusion, discuss to what extent you have been convinced by this particular argument and/or where you stand on the issues being discussed in the reading. Based on the analysis, to what extent is the writer’s overall argument justified? What questions remain unanswered in your mind? What questions would you like to research?
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