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  1. Introduction
  2. Pathetic appeal
  3. Logical appeal
  4. Ethical appeal
  5. Conclusion

The article ?gun control and gun rights' makes a case about the wrong timing of the current gun debates as well as the unsuitability of the proposed rules. Though the report does not specify the targeted audience, the reader is led to assume that it is written for all Americans with the hope of convincing them that the society is better off without gun control laws. The initial step would lead to banning guns altogether. However, there are sections of the article that pinpoint lawmakers as the targeted audience.

For example, the proposition that ?they would not take such nonsense' from their elected leaders is aimed at administrators. This paper will evaluate the paper and the devices used by the writer in an attempt to persuade the listeners of the writer's belief.
The writer uses various forms of appeal to connect to the audience. These appeals on the part of the writer are aimed at making a connection with the reader in order for better delivery of the messages intended for this reader.

[...] For example, the article is mainly aimed at intimidating the lawmakers and creating fear in them. It is only logical that these threats motivate these lawmakers to pass the gun laws. For example, the implication that gun owners were looking forward to the legislation implies that these group of people wants a fight. It generates the notion that they are not rational and thus raises further questions about the wisdom in letting them remain armed. Therefore, in an indirect manner, the writer appeals to the work and professional ethics of the lawmakers by challenging them to pass a gun control measures. [...]


[...] The initial step would lead to banning guns altogether. However, there are sections of the article that pinpoint lawmakers as the targeted audience. For example, the proposition that ?they would not take such nonsense' from their elected leaders is aimed at administrators. This paper will evaluate the paper and the devices used by the writer in an attempt to persuade the listeners of the writer's belief. The writer uses various forms of appeal to connect to the audience. These appeals on the part of the writer are aimed at making a connection with the reader in order for better delivery of the messages intended for this reader. [...]

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