This posting offers ideas about the factuality of the writer's argument, the clarity or organization of the writer's argument, or the impact the writing has on you as a reader.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com June 3, 2020, 8:24 pm ad1c9bdddf
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Bennett's "I, Too, Am a Good Parent: Dads should not be discriminated against" offers a solid argument infused with factuality, clarity, a strong organizational; pattern, and a definite impact upon readers. Although I initially never thought about paternal roles and rights before reading this article, Bennett's argument serves as a catalyst for transforming my thoughts and feelings. As a result, his argument caused me to re-evaluate my own understanding of the topic and allowed me to agree with the major premises of his argument.
First, his article infuses facutality. Since research from http://www.factmonster.com/homework/writingskills7.html suggests that persuasive writers "use evidence to support your viewpoint. Statistics, facts, quotations from experts and examples will help you to build a strong case for your argument," it is evident that Bennett conforms to this appeal. He appeals to readers' sense of logic by offering specific, historical, current, and relevant evidence to ensure that fathers have the same parental rights as mothers do.
Please note how Bennett incorporates legal and personal evidence to verify his argument. He says, "I tried so hard to gain custody of my children. I believe the evidence is uncontradicted ...
This posting assesses elements of persuasion.