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Visual Rhetoric Rewrite- Myrtle View

Ad Council – “Restaurant” :00- :01 The camera is zoomed out so that the viewers can see that the setting is a restaurant filled with people eating and talking among themselves. The restaurant looks fancy so the couple in the … Continue reading

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Annotated Bibliography- Myrtle View

Blake, J. (2016, March 31). It’s time to talk about ‘black privilege’. Retrieved from https://www.cnn.com/2016/03/30/us/black-privilege/index.html                  Background: This article explains what black privilege is and how it effects white people. How it is … Continue reading

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Reflective- Myrtle View

Core Value 1. My work demonstrates that I used a variety of social and interactive practices that involve recursive stages of exploration, discovery, conceptualization, and development. My definition and definition rewrite arguments have accomplished Core Value 1 by refining my … Continue reading

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Research—MyrtleView

I propose that black culture is becoming too mainstream resulting African Americans in losing their culture. Fashion trends from black culture and hip-hop culture has become a common influence in what all celebrities wear today. Black culture started out first … Continue reading

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Rewrite Rebuttal Argument- Myrtle View

As said previously, black people lose their ‘blackness’ when black fashion is worn by someone more socially acceptable. Contrary to this belief, black people cannot lose their blackness because there are many other factors that make them black. In addition, … Continue reading

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Rewrite Causal Argument- Myrtle View

Black fashion in the mainstream media causes cultural appropriation. The best thing about diversity is being surrounded by people and cultures that can be similar and very different from our own. The world is becoming more and more diverse and … Continue reading

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Rewrite Definition Argument-Myrtle View

The more black fashion appears in mainstream the less black, black people become. When black fashion is pictured we start to imagine black men and women in gold jewelry, wearing Air Jordan’s, and braids. These are just three things that … Continue reading

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