Rhetorical techniques in conveying messages

Rhetorical techniques in conveying messages

In presenting information especially to the public, there is often the need to use some methods that might help to make the message even sink deeper. At times the use of these techniques might often help to drive the message in a better way by trying to emphasize some parts of the speech. In looking at the speech Of Florence Kelly 1859-1932, one can see some of the approaches that are applied in trying to communicate in a better way. Florence was a social worker and a reformer in the United States and fought for child labor laws and the improvement of the working condition for working women.

One of the approaches that Kelly uses is alliteration. In the sentences "Men increase, women increase, youth increase, boys increase in the ranks of the breadwinners, but no contingent so doubles…” (Kelly), she uses the repetition of some words. The use of this approach is that it seeks to emphases th

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