Vaccines and Autism (Rhetoric (Why is the speaker saying what they are?,…
Vaccines and Autism
Why is the speaker saying what they are?
We need to be able to recognize credible sources by their rhetoric
How are they trying to persuade the reader?
This will help readers make better decisions on whether they accept sources information
What devises are these sources using?
Give a general grasp on rhetoric and its use
How are these sources talking to the reader?
An in depth analysis
This may change people minds
Why do we think the way we do on the subject?
Possible risks of allowing people to not vaccinate their kids
Will give people credible evidence to help inform them
Help people with further research
Proof will help rethink our beliefs
Is our information accurate?
What has been researched?
What are the facts?
Biggest aspect to convince readers
Safety (Mainly Children)
Unvaccinated children may spread illness
Infants who are too young to be vaccinated are at risk
There are many people whom are choosing not to vaccinate their children
People with immune system diseases are also at risk