What audience does this seem to be intended for?

What audience does this seem to be intended for?

What audience does this seem to be intended for? Can you identify some of the author’s strategies? How does it appeal in terms of credibility? How does it appeal

I want you to compose a 4 pages double-space essay doing a rhetorical analysis of this article(https://journalofethics.ama-assn.org/article/complete-medical-education-includes-arts-and-humanities/2014-08). The correct way to refer to it is to put the name of the article in quotation marks, but to underline or italicize the name of the publication in which it appears. You must do this assignment in essay format with a title, an introduction that mentions the name of the article, the author, the publication in which it appears, and the year of publication. Also you must state your purpose, which is to analyze what strategies and appeals are used in his argument. Then begin the body of your essay as follows:

What audience does this seem to be intended for? Can you identify some of the author’s strategies? How does it appeal in terms of credibility? How does it appeal to emotion and reason? What do the combined credentials indicate about the author and why might they be of special value? Were any research studies or statistics mentioned? What type of  claim (argumentation) does he use? And what questions does he ask his audience to ponder. Show examples for these questions.

Then your conclusion should decide the effectiveness of his article. It’s a mini-essay minus the headers and Works Cited page. I am looking to see in what depth you can do this assignment–and in this one you must use proper grammar, sentence construction, and spelling.

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