Considering the speech given by Hillary Clinton about Women’s Right, she brought out subtle rhetoric language; she talks in pieces making the points flow. She advocates for equal rights by explaining the fact that women should be given equal opportunities in leadership which currently does not happen in China (Thomas & Wilcox pp.80-96).
One obvious methodology applied by her in the speech is anaphora. Considering the following phrase “It is a violation of human rights when” Repeatedly to drive the point home (Thomas & Wilcox pp.80-96).
There was the use of imagery in her speech when she said that human right is violated, and women specifically are on fire.” One thing she said as a summary of the speech was that humans right should never touched with, and women’s right are humans right too (Thomas & Wilcox pp.80-96).
J.F.Kennedys statement is more anchored in power when he said the energy put together with devotion would light the nation and its servants. He challenges citizens to look for opportunities that result in development. They should not wait to be served instead seek on how to promote the status quo (Thomas & Wilcox pp.80-96).
The analysis of the speeches shows that there seems to be a difference in the manner in which they play their roles in the society. The girl child appears to get necessary knowledge at an early age to avoid forceful and harsh tone that they keep at heart until their later stage of adulthood. The result of the development of what is called
women language depicted to be weaker (Thomas & Wilcox pp.80-96).