Enthymeme's in Obama's 2008 election and the effectiveness on our current Y, technological generation

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NAME: UNIVERSITY: COURSE: INSTRUCTOR’S NAME: DATE OF SUBMISSION: An Analysis of Barrack Obama’s 2008 Campaign and the Millennial INTRODUCTION “On November 4, 2008, more than 12 million young Americans elected the person who made them believe in their abilities to bring about change, the person who gave them hope, and the person who let them feel united.


Furthermore, it also tells about the successful strategies to use media or new media for reaching and engaging millennial generation towards some certain activities. “Obama comes out as a moderate American who is really different from his other party fellows. Although Obama convinces his listeners through reasoning and logic in almost his every political speech, his present speech is, from first to the last paragraph, full of the use of logical style of talking.” (Alvi and Baseer) Every president of the United States including the current president Barrack Obama constructs enthymemes according to their specific targeted audience or crowd. “This separation is evident in his minor premises both when he specifically addresses the target audience and when he uses a word or idea that suggests that he is trying to persuade a particular group. I am also contending that each president’s speech can be broken down into numerous major and minor premises that lead to one overarching conclusion in each speech that those premises support.” (Lawson, 7) THE CONCEPT OF ENTHYMEME “An enthymeme, while a type of syllogism, does not contain the same indisputable logical truths as the formal syllogism. ...
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