“Why Do People Spread False Information Online?”
who is the intended audience of the essay? is the essay effective? Is this essay credible? What is the article missing? How credible is the author?
To better answer these questions, be sure to find the following:
Who is the author, and why is this important?
When was the essay written, and why is this important?
What claim is the author making?
What kind of claim is the author making (fact, value, or policy)? How does the author support this claim?
What is the warrant that connects the claim and the support?
Take time to begin your Rhetorical Analysis essay. Be sure to watch the review videos on paraphrasing, intros and conclusions, and body paragraph development first. And remember, this essay should be at least 500 words.
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