Student’s Name Professor’s Name Course Number Date Rhetorical Analysis of Two Marijuana Adverts Advertisements are seen everywhere be it television commercials posters highway billboards side of vehicles or even t-shirts having a business logo. Advertisements also reach the Internet users who access different publications. Drugs and substance use are part of the information that is shared widely to communicate different messages especially to warn against their use. Advertisement can take different angels or shapes but expose a similar meaning on the subject of concern. Analyzing advertisements rhetorically can help to obtain a better understanding by comparing and contrasting which depicts what the advert simply tells the audience. Such analysis can show where the message is emphasized and directed to which group of audience. Looking into the two Marijuana Adverts provided it can be seen that they both have appeal to a specific audience. The first advert involves a child to undertake any delicate activity under the influence of alcohol. The adverts have utilized rhetorical phrases to challenge any person who feels not convinced by the consequences of using marijuana also to try and see whether it is true. For the first advert it presents the effects of marijuana on the reasoning and thinking of a person that influences his reaction speed to hold on the brakes after the instant appearance of the cycling child. For the second advert it presents the effects of marijuana on a person’s reasoning and keeping the memory of the tasks undertaken. These adverts have been presented appropriately as they not only introduce the audience to the consequences of the use of marijuana but also introduce the audience to the situation and assume if they could have wanted such to happen. This is made possible by posting the rhetoric phrases as the adverts end. [...]
1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MKCYDrur_WI 2.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=22jcBvUx3Sw Compare and analysis this two ads above. It regular academic 1200-1500 words essay. With a introduction, body paragraphs and conclusion.