rhetorical situation

Rhetorical Components and Resume Letters

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When starting a piece of writing, it is imperative that the writer assesses the context, the text, the reader, and the writer. First the context should be analyzed, which will help the writer determine the layout of the writing. A certain style of writing depends heavily on why it is being written. When writing a resume, the style of writing would typically be more professional and formal. Context encompasses the situations of both the reader and the writer as well as the historical circumstances and previous texts.

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Rhetorical Situation

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Through the readings in “Writing a Manual for the Digital Age” I learned that there are many factors to consider when choosing something to write about and while reviewing the final product. When looking at rhetorical situation there are four aspects to consider. They include the text which entail, the content, words, and media in the writing. The reader and their knowledge and or experience on the topic at hand. The next element is the writer and their knowledge, emotion, and experience of the chosen topic.

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Rhetoric in Context

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Rhetoric is an important part of formal writing and everyday communication. The four main components of a rhetorical situation are the text, the writer, the reader, and the context. Each of these components should be analyzed before and during writing. The text is the words or images used for the rhetoric. The reader and writer are simply the people and their personal experiences that are exchanging the information. The context is the situation and elements that the rest of the rhetorical decisions are based around.

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The Rhetorical Situation

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Inside a rhetorical situation there are four mains parts; the text, the reader, the writer, and the context of the situation. The text in a rhetorical situation essentially what the average person would call the content. It consists of how the content or the idea of the situation is conveyed. With methods such as, words, pictures, videos, sounds and other forms of media. The reader is the individual who is receiving the context from writer. Both the reader and writer bring their own knowledge and experiences to the situation.

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A Rhetorical Response

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Writing is an extremely important skill that takes a lot of knowledge to master. The are many different situations that one may find his or herself trying to persuade someone to do something using their writing. In these situations it is important to have an understanding of their rhetorical situation. There are four key components of a rhetorical situation; the context, reader, writer, and text. Using a job applicant as an example it would be smart for the applicant to begin with the context because it is important to know the type of message that is trying to be conveyed.

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Rhetorical Use

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The four main components of a rhetorical situation are the text, the writer, the reader, and the context. Each of these components plays an important role in what is being written. The context is basically why it is being written. When you come up with a context, you answer two questions: "Why is this being written?" and "What effect will this have?" basically cause and effect. The text is the medium of which the message or information is being displayed or transferred.

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Composing A Rhetorical Situation

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There are many aspects that writers must consider when composing a rhetorical situation. The four main components of the rhetorical situation are context, text, the writer, and the reader. The context involves three different types: textual, immediate, and social and historical contexts. The textual context refers to the words and symbols used to surround or express ideas. The immediate context includes the situation that the text is written in at present. This includes the medium and the recipient of the rhetoric.

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Rhetoric

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The hardest part of writing in most situations is thinking of what to write. This is where the rhetorical situation comes into play, referring to the consideration of all aspects that may influence the purpose of the writer. The writer is then able to determine what he writes and how communicates that writing. There are four main components of the rhetorical situation: the text, the writer, the context and the reader.

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Rhetoric

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The four components of rhetoric are the text, the context, the writer, and the reader. When writing professionally, it is important to keep the audience in mind; chances are that they will have similar experiences and knowledge as the writer. The text and context are also important to consider because of the possibility for misinterpretation. When writing professionally it is best to write straightforwardly and avoid language that could be misconstrued, being very careful with phrasing and organization of ideas.

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