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The "Occupy Wall Street" Movement
Journalism & Communication
Pages 7 (1757 words)
The Occupy Wall Street Movement Name: Institution: Professor: Course: Date: The Occupy Wall Street Movement Abstract This paper will examine the “Occupy Wall Street” movement which will be used to determine how the fantasy theme method of analysis of characters, setting, and plot converge in the community to create the rhetorical vision of shared knowledge (Bormann, 1985).
In terms of my presentation I will perform a little skit on the “Occupy Wall Street” movement, demonstrating how communication and interpretations of symbols converge to create a shared reality for the people involved (Jack & Adam, 2011). Introduction The Occupy Wall Street is an underway chain of protests started by the Canadian activist group, Adbusters that started on 17th September, 2011. The setting was in the Zuccotti Park in New York’s Wall Street economic district. A common vision for this group is protesting against fiscal and social inequality which in turn has resulted into increased rates of unemployment, greed and corruption (Jack & Adam, 2011). Such inhuman acts are being done under the effect of organization especially in the fiscal sector. The demonstration group has a slogan we are the 99% referring to the escalating diversity in wealth in the United States of America. This escalation is between the bourgeois 1% and the rest of the populace. Like most of good techniques used in rhetorical analysis, the fantasy theme analysis method utilizes the schemata in which there is description, interpretation, and evaluation of the rhetorical material. ...
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