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Understanding Modes of Rhetorical Appeal: Ethos, Pathos, and Logos

Using the Jackson and Rodgers article attached, answer, with EVIDENCE from the article, the following questions:
1. Where did the authors use logos, ethos, and pathos as rhetorical appeals to reach the audience? Provide at least one example of each, and explain why it exemplifies logos, ethos, or pathos.
2. Who was the intended audience for this article? Explain how you arrived at your conclusion.
3. What is your evaluation of the scholarly quality of this article? Explain how you arrived at that evaluative judgment.

Reference:
Jackson, M. W., & Rodgers, J. L. (2012). Digital Assessment: A Picture Is Worth 1,000 Surveys. Planning for Higher Education, 40(2), 59-68.
http://connection.ebscohost.com/c/articles/70268356/digital-assessment-picture-worth-1-000-surveys

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Using the Jackson and Rodgers article attached, answer, with EVIDENCE from the article, the following questions:
1. Where did the authors use logos, ethos, and pathos as rhetorical appeals to reach the audience? Provide at least one example of each, and explain why it exemplifies logos, ethos, or pathos.

Logos

Authors of this scholarly journal article used logic and reason by presenting a research project utilizing human instruments and their participatory outcomes with well-documented via visual artifacts capable of being showcased in a variety of ways. Therefore, the researchers attempted to provide statistics and a reliable interpretation of precise research through effective and reliable documentation as well as detailed specificity at that moment of observation using photographs as exact documentation of subjective ...

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This solution discusses the modes of rhetorical appeal (ethos, pathos, logos).

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