TASK 4.2: Write A Memo that Presents your Rhetorical Analysis

TASK 4.2: Write a 1- to 2-page memo that presents your rhetorical analysis. (100 pts)

Article: https://nurse.org/articles/nurse-patient-ratios-and-safe-staffing/

Create a memo in MSWord requesting your audience (employer/supervisor/co-workers/employees/etc.) review this relevant article before an upcoming meeting. Discuss in your memo the author’s use of rhetorical appeals, identifying the intended audience and intended message, commenting on the success or failure of the author’s use of persuasion and rhetoric in achieving his or her desired result. In other words: Does the author successfully convince the intended audience of the message he or she is trying to convey? If so, how? If not, why not?

TASK 4.2: Write a 1- to 2-page memo that presents your rhetorical analysis. (100 pts)

Article: https://nurse.org/articles/nurse-patient-ratios-and-safe-staffing/

Create a memo in MSWord requesting your audience (employer/supervisor/co-workers/employees/etc.) review this relevant article before an upcoming meeting. Discuss in your memo the author’s use of rhetorical appeals, identifying the intended audience and intended message, commenting on the success or failure of the author’s use of persuasion and rhetoric in achieving his or her desired result. In other words: Does the author successfully convince the intended audience of the message he or she is trying to convey? If so, how? If not, why not?

TASK 4.2: Write a 1- to 2-page memo that presents your rhetorical analysis. (100 pts)

Article: https://nurse.org/articles/nurse-patient-ratios-and-safe-staffing/

Create a memo in MSWord requesting your audience (employer/supervisor/co-workers/employees/etc.) review this relevant article before an upcoming meeting. Discuss in your memo the author’s use of rhetorical appeals, identifying the intended audience and intended message, commenting on the success or failure of the author’s use of persuasion and rhetoric in achieving his or her desired result. In other words: Does the author successfully convince the intended audience of the message he or she is trying to convey? If so, how? If not, why not?