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Because tuition and prices had increase in the past years college students have to look for many ways to save money in order to obtain their education Rajeev Ravisanka author of sweatshop oppression claims that we are contributing to a phenomenon called the race to the bottom which is when competition becomes fierce and employees get lower wages regulation and more working hours Also the author claims that college students often forget the high human cost people have to suffer for those prices to become possible The Authors goal is to inform and motivate to all those college students to take action Even though the author does not give clear instruction on how to affront the problem this essay is effective because the information the author gives motivates the reader to join organizations that take actionThe author main mean of persuasion is pathos He does pathos by informing us of all the atrocities of sweatshop labor He is trying to motivate his audience to take action by reaching to their emotions of sadness and pity that those facts create For example when the author gives the reader this information many of these workers are forced to work 70-80 per week making pennies per hour or they must fulfill certain quotas for the day and stay extra hours with no pay if these are no fulfilled he is trying to reach the readers emotions by informing him about the harsh situation The writer purposes in implied because now were in his writing he states that college students should not buy cheap stuff Instead he said that college students often forget the human cost in those products and informs us of all the atrocities expecting the reader to create a feeling of sadness that motivates action For example the author implies this by saying what often gets lost in this rampant low-cost driven consumerism is the high human cost it takes to achieve
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