You will create a two-part 1200-word (combined) analysis of visual arguments. (Questions excerpted from Bostonian’s Purposeful Argument). A. Evaluate Visual Arguments using questions in “Questions to Ask While Reading Visual Arguments”, (chapter 12), p. 300 of text. Conduct a search of your favorite internet sites on any related topic or use the suggested websites in Your Turn, 12a. Use questions collectively and incorporate in your response; do not separate or number the questions when responding. B. Do another internet search to find advertisements, preferably on an entire ad campaign. Evaluate the ad or ad campaign using questions in “Questions to Ask While Reading an Advertisement”, p. 310-311. Use questions collectively and incorporate in your response; do not separate or number the questions when responding
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