In this sentence, the author does not present Jane Doe and colleagues as weak researchers, nor as developing findings that should be rejected.
Ethos, logos and pathos are appeals that, when used intentionally and judiciously, can buoy the persuasive power of your manuscripts. The survey itself is deliberately open-ended and flexible because we wanted to give alumni room to respond in ways we could never anticipate, and because we want colleagues who participate in the PWTARP to replicate or adapt our survey design to their own institutions and to their own research goals.
It is an appeal to rationality, referring to the clarity and logical integrity of the argument. He identified three appeals at play in all acts of persuasion: ethos, logos and pathos. When these questions are answered, the solutions we propose are just that—propositions.
In 25 years of driving the same route, I haven't seen a single one. It makes an argument by analogy. By over-amplifying the appeals to emotion, this rephrasing elicits feelings of refusal and rejection in the reader. Notably, since stabilizing in mid, real household spending in the United States has grown in the range of 1 to 2 percent at annual rates, a relatively modest pace.
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