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The Decline of Fatherhood David Popenoes The Decline of Fatherhood discusses the rapid decay of our children due to the loss of male parenting Popenoes use of logos and ethos are efficient in the context of the paper to relate the behavior of present day children due to the growing absence of fatherly figures The author however uses very little if any emotional appeal but because of the nature and direction of the writing the lack of pathos has no profound effect on the overall intent of David Popenoes purpose The Decline of Fatherhood by David Popenoe is a well written essay that convincingly persuades his view point through intelligent observation of facts Logos is David Popenoes most useful tool for argument in this essay He uses several statistics to show the growing number of fatherless children from the turn of the century until the present he and then successfully compares it to the alarming amount of growth in the delinquency and scarcity of education in children of the latest generation The factual information provided with the explanatory details from the author makes his points obvious and clear to the reader Because of the efficient use of the data and facts the paper backs itself with rationale and logic which leads the audience to a greater understanding of the science behind the reasoning For example Popenoe wrote that only fifty percent of children born from 1970 until 1984 are now living with both parents The results of this dramatic increase has tripled teen suicide dropped SAT scores seventy Braithwaite 2
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