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What does it mean to analyze By definition to analyze is to study a problem and break it down into its various parts When analyzing one breaks a problem of some sort down to its simplest elements When analyzing an element of rhetoric one must break the piece down into smaller pieces to truly understand the meaning By analyzing rhetoric we can truly understand what is being conveyed from rhetor to the audience In the chosen piece of rhetoric You Expect Results From A Billion Dollar Global Partnership one can truly understand the meaning of the rhetoric by analyzing and reducing it to its simplest elements Deciphering and picking out the important elements from the less important ones is the true task Through the use of Contextual Analysis Categories as designed by Robert C Rowland I will attempt to translate the significance of the rhetoric You Expect Results In this analysis I will point out goals of the rhetoric strategy categories and other important components such as roles of the rhetor linguistic tone and implied audience How can one identify the goals of a piece of rhetoric Is there any possible way to know for sure what the rhetor was thinking when they were composing their piece Not really so we can only guess what the goals were from analysis and our good sense A goal is the aim stated or implied in the rhetoric Rowland 17 Goals in this case will be broken down into two smaller categories themes and requested actions In the rhetoric You Expect Results from a Billion Dollar Global Partnership the theme is quite clear It was conveyed to me the audience that the main points of this piece was to promote the companies mentioned MAP International and Americas Pharmaceutical Companies These two companies are trying to show us that because they have produced so many results from their actions that they are justified in being a billion dollar
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