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Jamie Walters English 1010 Magazine Analysis February 1 2001 In this analysis of the magazine Trans World Snowboarding I plan to enlighten you the reader on how the writers of this magazine portray their own type of style structure and voice In my opinion the magazine Trans World Snowboarding has what it takes to be called one of the greatest snowboarding magazines on the market Its in depth interviews with riders from all different countries and the informative articles that tell us losers how to do way awesome moves Especially dont forget the fly photos where they show off their fellow riders Shredding the Rad an expression used by many snowboarders to explain riding on great snow The interviews in this magazine really stand out The interviewer makes the article very personal and it makes the reader feel as if they are in the room with the person One that really got to me was a little chat with Risto Scott I read the beginning of this interview and was hooked The interviewer already knew Risto they had been friends for a while and tended to travel together quite often He knew all the right questions to ask and helped the reader know who Risto really is which is just another boarder from Canada In the interview Risto was asked what place stoked him out the most Risto then responded with a number of places he had been during his snowboarding career Risto in the end decided on the African trip he and the interviewer had just been on The way these guys were speaking during their talk it was very much like the way the people I know speak American Slang In another interview the interviewer and the boarder Gigi Ruf where not as well acquainted as with Risto Scott Still the interviewer made us all feel right at home The interviewer tells us that Gigi is from Au Austria and
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