Please read the article thoroughly to be able to write the rhetorical analysis paper. https://www.propublica.org/article/false-rape-accusations-an-unbelievable-story. include works cited
Do you have a title?
If analyzing the article or podcast episode, are the titles written in quotation marks? If analyzing the film, is the title in italics?
When discussing the text you’ve responded to, are you using the literary present tense? Examples: Cullington states, Turkle says, Johnson claims?
Do you refer to the author by LAST name after you’ve introduced them using their whole name in the intro? (Do NOT use first names or add titles such as Mr. or Ms.).
Is your quoted material in quotation marks?
Are your quotes written exactly as the author intended? Is every quote framed with a signal phrase that contextualizes the quote, and followed by an explanation and interpretation of the quote? See “Quote Sandwiches” for help.
Are paraphrases and summaries written well without changing the meaning of the original content?
Is information integrated smoothly into the text and thoroughly discussed? Is the quantity and quality of information appropriate? See “Integrating Sources” for help.
Are your parenthetical in-text citations formatted correctly, with a signal phrase if needed, and a citation that matches the first element of the Works Cited entries? Examples: (Murray 235), (“College, Inc.”). Remember that ONLY the last names of authors and page numbers go into the in-text citations. If there is no author listed (you’re quoting a source from the Web, for instance, that doesn’t have a byline), then use an abbreviated version of the title. If you are quoting a source online that does not have a page number, and you have not yet used the author’s name in introducing the quote, then only the author’s last name will appear in the parenthetical citation. If you have mentioned the author or source leading into the quote, then you do not need to restate it in your parenthetical citation.
Does the Works Cited page start on a new page (not in a separate document)? Are entries double-spaced and indented correctly? Is the information in correct alphabetical order and complete? Are any extra sources listed that are not cited in the essay? Remember: Only sources you CITED in the essay can go on the Works Cited page (it is NOT a bibliography, which is a list of works consulted)
Introduction: Use the introduction to both engage the reader with an effective hook, as well as provide your reader with a preview of your larger analysis. Make sure that the introduction includes a brief description of the text that you are analyzing, including the title, author and publication. You should also include a detailed and specific claim that addresses the rhetorical effectiveness of the text’s argument.
Body Paragraphs: Your analysis should include a detailed argument for how the argument works. This means that you will specifically and thoroughly describe and evaluate the rhetorical properties of the text. For every claim you make, you must include evidence.
Conclusion: Remember that a summary conclusion is rarely effective in an academic essay, especially one this short. Instead, consider the larger context of your argument. In effect: so what? Why is your evaluation of this text important?.
Your analysis should be at least 3 full pages typed.
The analysis should adhere to MLA formatting, including an appropriate header, Times New Roman 12-point font, 1-inch margins, double spacing, a title, and clear citations. You must include a Works Cited page that lists the article that you are responding to, and any additional outside sources you reference, if applicable. Please include line numbers in your document, and check your essay for grammar and spelling error
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