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Communication Essay on Rhetorical
Journalism & Communication
Pages 4 (1004 words)
Name Instructor Course Date Rhetorical Spitting in public is condemned by many people. This is seen as being manner less and act itself is disgusting. It is argued that we should not spit on or across tables and into a basin that you are washing your hands in.
Spitting or scratching oneself at a table especially during meals is strongly discouraged but if at all one has to then he or she should do it politely and unnoticed. The above mentioned laws are not immutable, they can be changed. For example in ancient times one could yawn, provided he or she did not speak in the process but nowadays it could be shocking to a person of rank. Spitting frequently is very much disagreeable but when there is need one should conceal it as much. When one spits he or she has to cover the saliva with the foot. When in house a handkerchief should be used instead while turning aside. Care should be taken especially when spitting so as not to spit on ones clothes or those of others (Corey 78). One should not only spit in a handkerchief while in the house but also when in church and in places where cleanliness reigns. It is an inexcusable habit for children to spit in their playmates’ faces. Too it is a bad habit to spit out of windows, on furniture and on walls. A series of quotations on spitting clearly shows that there has been a change in behavior towards a particular direction since the Middle Ages. Frequent spitting is still being viewed as unpleasant behavior and lack of “cleanliness” unlike it was seen almost four centuries ago. This clearly demonstrates how civilization process has taken place (Hernandez 89). ...
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