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Ethos ethics and credibility
What does ethos appeal to Appeal to the writer’s/speakers believability, qualifications, character; relevant biographical information
6 things of ethos -Use of credible sources -Accurate citation of sources -experience and authority -Appropriate language:uses language of the discipline -Appropriate tone:knows the audience and context of situation -Humility:is not arrogant
Logos Logic
What does logos appeal to Appeal to the mind/intellect
9 things of logos - Draw from philosophy and logic - Facts - Statistics - If, then… statements - Definitions of terms - Explanation of ideas - Cause and effect - Details that come from objective reporting - Logical reasons and explanations
Pathos Emotion
What does pathos appeal to Heart/ emotion
6 things of pathos -Draw from spirituality-Stories or testimonials-Personal anecdotes-Personal connections- words that inspire you to empathize or have compassion towards the idea/topic-Powerful words,or images that stir up emotion-Details from subjective reporting
Created by: Lauren Bowers