Tuesday, February 25

Definitions/ Examples

ethos: convincing by character; we tend to believe what people say more if we respect them.
pathos: persuading with emotion; when someone is using an emotional response to get what they want.
logos: persuading with reason; when someone uses facts to support what they're saying.
intrinsic ethos: the overall experience of the product isn't convincing
extrinsic ethos: the person trying to convince something is a well known professional in that subject therefore very believable

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1 comment:

  1. tons of great examples here, sara. great job!

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