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When you see your idols having gorgeous skin perky breasts and slender thighs isnt it almost impossible to look at your body and believe its perfect just the way it is Mr Dickins and class an article taken form the April edition of Girlfriend magazine argues just that This article uses the contentions of an experienced plastic surgeon to help support this argument Dr Alfred Lewis president of the Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons states I believe the number of teens having plastic surgery has increased because theyre being bombarded every minute of their waking hours with information from television magazines and radio about what is considered as attractive Although this argument may sound extreme fairly generalized and is a great example of a subjective argument it is very strong as it is an opinion coming from an experienced professional However when one really contemplates on his words it is hard to prove him wrong Teenagers are constantly surrounded by ideas of whats considered to be attractive and it is extremely difficult to escape the powerful grasp of the media This article also uses examples of emotive language such as the words I used to pray my boobs would get bigger arouses our emotions and helps us empathize with her situation although this can be considered as a weak point in most cases in this article emotive language is a powerful technique used to persuade the target audience to spice up the article add a little flavor to it This doesnt however necessarily make it a good argument but it does make it very effective This article occasionally uses sharp direct arguments to get straight to the point for example a bag of silicon or saline does not guarantee confidence greater self-esteem or success Which is a skillful technique as it gets the message across to teenagers openly Dr Lewis also believes that part of the problem with the media is that we only see
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