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Introduction to International Relations
Pamela anderson
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Martin Mena on Saturday October 1, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to INR 2002 at University of South Florida taught by Pamela anderson in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 3 views. For similar materials see Introduction to International Relations in Politics-International Relations at University of South Florida.

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Date Created: 10/01/16
Martin Mena 1. Name your stakeholder organization and explain what they do or stand for—that is, what is there stake in your topic? My organization is MPP (marijuana policy project). They are dedicated solely to change federal mandate on marijuana 2. What is the purpose or goal of each of your images—that is, what do the images ask the audience to do, feel, or understand? What are the images trying to accomplish? The images above me depict to realities of the marijuana argument. The first one to the right focuses on the social and economic repercussions of marijuana prohibition, and how it is affecting people. The second on to the left validates the idea that even people who smokes weed can live successful and prosperous professionals. 3. Identify elements of ethos in each of your images? For the images to be effective, the audience must believe that they are truthful or that the information is accurate or credible. What specific design elements are there to establish credibility or trust? Both ads hold the support of not only the MPP but also other pro marijuana organizations. Because of paparazzi we know of Michael Phelps scandal with marijuana use. The ad to the right puts the links to their websites where the information can be confirmed. 4. Identify elements of pathos in each of your images? What specific elements are designed to make the audience feel something, and what is that specific feeling? Both images are designed to be provocative. They entice a since of anger with the federal government for different reasons but on the surface for lying to the American public and for costing the American public so much. 5. Identify elements of logos in each of your images? Remember that logos is the appeal to logic/reason. What specific elements are designed to make the audience think about something, or supply information that the audience may be unaware of, or understand a new or different position or aspect of an issue? Both of the adds put to perspective the cost vs benefit of marijuana prohibition, while the one on the left appeals to a more grand scale as a warning to the general public that Martin Mena regular hard working people are treats like violent offenders and that all this is costing the American public; the second one to the right furthermore is used to counter example the famous claim that pot smokers don’t amount to anything other than criminals.


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