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Claire’s firsthand audience comprised of the magazine’s subscribers and the online surfers, who are less inclined to the reality of cultural and religious significance behind the Burqa ban. Because of the controversies surrounding the banning of Burqa in western countries, it makes sense that her article would highlight the importance of the issue and bring media exposure. Taking advantage of the web platform, she tends to articulate her opinion through the online magazine, for expanding her audience to the global community, bringing greater insight and diversity to the discussion.
The Burqa is viewed as one of the traditional Islamic religious ideals, and a visible signifier of Islam and the Muslim people, especially the Muslim women. Even though there are many connotations based on this issue of banning the Burqa, the public rambling and the media stereotyping is the most common consideration. The author clearly poses her argument favoring the ban of Burqa, implying that the use of headgears reveals Islam’s conception of women, women oppression and gender apartheid. The primary purpose of the article is to justify the ban on the Burqa, with considerations on social welfare, women’s freedom and religious oppression. However, the thesis stated in the article expresses a sidetracked view of the author, ignoring the religious ideals and personal freedom of women in a democratic society.
The author clearly uses the rhetorical strategies of logos, ethos and pathos to seize the intended audience. At the start of the article, Claire uses ethical appeal that would convince the audience to give consent for the credibility of the argument. By providing facts and real life experiences, the author persuades the audience with Ethos appeal. She even presents the negative impacts of the ban on the Muslims and their religious freedom. “These bans are outrages against
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The author’s religion is of extreme significance in this case because the article totally revolves around Islam. Taking this into consideration, there exists a great deal of difference for the audience between a Muslim expressing his views about the ban on burqa in France and a non-Muslim doing the same.
Although there are still many arguments regarding the ban the box movement, the major concept is to provide flexibility to the criminals who have been convicted but want to reenter the society and get employed to live a better life. Once they have served their sentence, they have the rights just as the other people of the society.
Today, most people are advancing to online word of mouth as a new phenomenon with possibility of influencing the marketing patterns. This study compares the use of traditional word of mouth with the online word of mouth consumers purchase decision in the context of Saudi Arabia.
The junk food legislation seems to be a great solution to the problem of childhood obesity. But consider the following.
If kids could not shed off their eating habits, no ban could stop them from eating junk food. They simply buy junk food from profit-minded entrepreneurs or bring their own junk food from home.
First article, named Fox hunting in England dates back to the late 17th century, although tackling the arguments of the ban supporters, represents fox hunting mainly as an English historical and cultural heritage and does not encourage the ban. Another source, an article titled Fox hunting: Why this Evil should be banned, as can be concluded even by a quick glance at the heading, adopts a strong position against fox hunting and views the recent attempts to ban it as an extremely progressive and humanistic step.
In the early centuries, people attitude on smoking was to relieve tension and have no ill effects. Epidemiologists later came to see that cases of lung cancer were on the rise (European Society of Cardiology,