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  本篇英国英语语言学论文代写-修辞讲了修辞是演讲和写作的螺母和螺栓。政治家通过他们的演讲,无论是通过经验主义的论据,情感的情感或理性的呼吁,来达到公众的说服。政治修辞并不局限于照本宣教的演讲,而是一种运用各种方法影响和说服观众的艺术(Charteris-Black, 2013)。本报告将分析两句话中政治辞藻的使用情况,这两句话摘自各国不同政治领导人的讲话。第一句话代表了美国的民粹主义政治情绪,第二句话来自澳大利亚的保守党政治。这两句话都讨论了两位政治领袖在不同文化背景下的公开演讲,以及他们如何运用修辞来影响听众。本篇英国英语语言学论文代写文章由英国第一论文 Assignment First辅导网整理,供大家参考阅读。

  Rhetoric is the nut and bolt of a speech and writing. Politicians achieve public persuasion through their speeches, either by empirical arguments, emotional sentiments or rational appeals. Political rhetoric is not restricted to scripted speeches, rather it is an art employing various methods to influence and convince the audience (Charteris-Black, 2013). This report would analyse the use of political rhetoric in two sentences from speeches by different political leaders in their respective nations. The first sentence represents the populist political sentiment in the USA and the second sentence is from conservative party politics in Australia. Both these sentences discuss public addressing in different cultures by two political leaders and their use of rhetoric to influence their audience.

  Sentence one used herein involves deliberate use of rhetoric to attack prior political leaders and media. The second sentence involves use of rhetorical devices to address the public with facts and figures defining the government’s future mission.

  Sentence 1

  “The fake media will say, ‘President Trump spoke’ — you know what is – ‘President Trump spoke before a small crowd of Boy Scouts today.’ That’s some — that is some crowd. Fake media. Fake news.” (, 2017)

  On 24th July 2017, President Donald Trump addressed the National Boy Scout Jamboree at the Glen Jean Summit. Trump is known for his rhetorical speeches and strong use of words. His rhetorical speech to the Boy Scouts has been criticized for its political nature. Even the head of Boy Scouts, America had to issue an apology, officially for the political rhetoric included in the speech (, 2017). The central problem of this speech is that it not only violated the core principles inspiring Boy Scouts, but also was disrespectful of other political leaders, especially Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. The rhetoric used by Trump was to highlight his importance and authority by mocking previous great leaders of America and media at large (Foss, 2017). Using words like “Fake media. Fake news” he might have misled the young crowd and harmed the moral character of children.