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Crime and Death
who gets to decide who should live and who should die? All people have the right to live,
so people shouldnt be killed. Capital penalty should not be a choice for punishing criminals
instead let them do some work and teach them lessons and values that would change their
perspective that will guide them to be better people. Other people think that it decreases the
crime rate by killing the criminals and make the other criminals to be afraid to commit crime.
The article Capital Punishment Deserves a Quick Death by The New York Times Dec.
31, 2017 editorial board discuss the penalty of death. The authors believe that the death penalty
is wrong for several reasons, one of them is that some of the people who are in death row are
innocent. Another reason is that some of the suspects win the case although there is information
that prove they have done the crime leading to unfair judgment. The authors also think of the
capital punishment pointless punishment based on race and random act the has been abandon by
people long time ago. Through the ethos, pathos and logos, the writers validate their point. They
show credibility and professionalism and the research, use vocabulary to deliver emotions to the
readers the authors support their argument with facts and statistics of victims and number of
The authors should show credibility so he can get the readers attention through ethos.
The article was edited by several people such as James Bennet who has experience in magazines
and writing qualifying him to give opinion on this topic also Jesse Wegman, the supreme court,
has a law degree from New York university school of law. The tone on the article shows
sympathy for people also hate against capital punishment.
Second delivering emotions makes the reader feel involved in the problem discussed. The
authors use pathos by telling a story of an old mans death penalty that failed and made the date
of execution to delay which is a sad story making the readers feel sympathy. They also use a lot
of hateful words against capital punishment such as describing it as a savage act.
Finally, facts and logic make a great argument and gives readers reason to believe the
author. The authors logic is that some people commit crimes but they dont deserve to die
because they did some mistakes. They also give some statistics of capital punishment and its
In conclusion, authors get readers attention by ethos, pathos and logos. For ethos, the
authors experience with law and writing articles give the authors some trust. Pathos, the
emotions that were delivered making people show sympathy for peoples lives. Lastly, the facts
and statistics the authors provide makes a persuasive argument. Editorial board Capital
Punishment Deserves a Quick Death by The New York Times Dec. 31, 2017.
James Bennet, editor, Kathleen Kingsbury, deputy, et al. Capital Punishment Deserves a Quick
Death times magazine Dec. 31, 2017
Assignment Sheet Paper #2: Editorial Analysis
An editorial is an article in a periodical (newspaper or magazine) that gives the opinion of a
writer, editor, or publisher on a current, debatable issue. In this essay, we will analyze the
persuasiveness of an argument made in an editorial. Your essay, then, will not be about the issue
discussed in the editorial, but will discuss whether the argument is effective based on the
authors use of rhetorical appeals.
The first step in the writing process of this assignment is to select an editorial. Look at the
editorial pages of major newspapers like the New York Times and the Washington Post; the
opinion features in magazines like Time, Newsweek, and US News and World Report; and in
magazines that take positions on political issues like The Atlantic, The New Republic, Mother
Jones, and The National Review. You must choose an editorial long and detailed enough to
provide sufficient evidence for your analysis.
The first paragraph of your essay will provide an overview of the issue discussed in your
editorial. It should open with a hook to grab the readers attention, and then tell why the issue is
relevant and what makes the issue debatable.
The second paragraph introduces the editorial and its publisher, identifies the editorials claim
and supporting reasons, and sets up your assessment of the editor to make a successful argument
in your thesis. Reminder: This paper is not about your position on the issue, only your position
on the editorial. Your thesis sentence will answer two questions: is the argument made in the
editorial convincing? Why or why not?
The body of your essay will discuss the authors ethos, and use of pathos (emotional appeals)
and logos (logical appeals).
Once you have drafted the middle section of your paper, move on to a strong conclusion that
restates the thesis and sums up the essays main points.
Your Works Cited page should include your researched support and editorial sources.
Intriguing and memorable title that reflects the issue discussed in the editorial
Opening paragraph hooks the reader and gives an overview of the issue at hand
Second paragraph introduces the editorial and its publisher and summarizes the article
Clear thesis statement that tells overall whether or not the author of the editorial makes a
successful argument and why/why not
Body paragraphs discuss the editorials persuasiveness in terms of the rhetorical triangle
Essay integrates the editorial as evidence using things like summary, signal phrases, and
well executed in-text citations
Conclusion restates the thesis and overall conclusions about the success of the text
Essay employs tone appropriate for an academic audience
Length: 3-5 pages
complete and correctly formatted works-cited page
The essay demonstrates clear understanding and execution of MLA formatting
conventions including margins, headers, and in-text citations as well as understanding an
execution of English grammar, mechanics, and spelling
In the body of the essay, you will discuss the authors ethos (credentials and tone), and use of
pathos (emotional appeals) and logos (logical appeals).
Ethos refers to the authors credibility, based on the authors background and on the tone used in
the argument. discuss the authors background credentials,.
CREDENTIALS and EXPERTISE: what are the writer’s credentials ie education, jobs held,
awards, and reputation? Does the writer have a stake in the topic being argued? Does the writers
personal stake give him or her expertise on the subject? Overall, does the authors credentials
and/or life experience strengthen his/her ethos?
TONE: What is the writer’s tone? Identify words, phrases or statements that illustrate the writer’s
tone. Is the tone effective? Why or why not? Does the tone help or hinder the argument being
FAIRNESS TO OPPOSITION: Does the writer treat their opposition with respect and see both
sides of the issue well? Or, is the writer very one-sided, biased, sarcastic, or abusive of the
Overall, based on the authors credentials, tone, and treatment of the opposing view, does the
author have strong ethos in the editorial?
Logos refers to the logical aspect of the argument. To analyze if the author uses logos
effectively, you will need to identify and assess the authors thesis/main point and the supporting
reasons; analyze the quality of the evidence used to support these arguments; and assess the
authors discussion of the opposing view.
REASONING: What is the main argument being made in the editorial? What are the supporting
reasons? Is the logic of the main and supporting arguments strong or do they contain fallacies
(‘mistakes’ in reasoning)? If so, what are these mistakes?
QUALITY OF EVIDENCE: Are the premises and conclusions of the argument strong? Is the
evidence accurate, relevant, representative, and sufficient enough to prove the point? What is the
source of the evidence? What authorities are cited to support the premises? Are these authorities
reliable and credible? Has the evidence been manipulated in questionable ways? Overall, is the
quality of the evidence used effective? Why/why not?
COUNTERPOSITIONS: Does the writer anticipate and deal with objections and questions
effectively enough to satisfy doubts or questions you might have about their position.
Overall, based on the above, is the logical aspect of the argument effective? Are you persuaded
by the arguments and evidence?
Pathos refers to the emotional appeals an author uses to persuade the audience in a way that
facts and logic cannot. To connect with an audience emotionally, a writer can appeal to the
shared values of the audience, and can use language to add power to their arguments.
Are there any places where the writer attempts to invoke an emotional response? Where do you
find appeals to shared values with the audience? You are a member of that audience, so what
values do you hold in common with the writer? What values do you not hold in common? Does
the author effectively appeal to shared values to convince the audience?
What emotions does the writer use in persuading you to accept the conclusion(s) of the piece?
Identify specific emotions such as fear, indignation, anger, contempt, pride, and the like. Identify
LANGUAGE (words, phrases, images, analogies, euphemisms, strongly-worded phrases, or
figurative language). Are the emotional appeals SAPPY? Are they effective?
Based on the authors use of emotional language and appeals to shared values, does the author
effectively use pathos?
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