No payment if Plagiarized****Critical Reading and Rhetorical Analysis**** Do not make where Turn it in detects no mistakes.
***Must be a Rhetorical Analysis***
To complete this quiz, you will need to read and study this module’s Learning Unit, including the article, “Fake News and the Future of Journalism” by Pablo Boczkowski. In a fully developed short essay (minimum of eight paragraphs in length), please answer all of the questions below. Your work should include an introduction, a body of supporting evidence, and a conclusion. Please take some time to edit your work for punctuation, usage, and clarity prior to submission. Questions:
1. Of the three formal approaches outlined earlier in this learning module, which do you think is most elective for communicating in contemporary rhetorical situations? Be specific in supporting your answer.
2. What Boczkowski saying about the influences of fake news on our current informational climate? What are the three effects that he sees as most damaging to our society, and is he optimistic or pessimistic about the near future of journalism.
3. As a consumer of information now taking college courses how do you make sure that the sources you use to formulate your worldview and support your arguments are credible?
4. Finally, what do you feel are the consequences of fake news on American society? How have digital communication tools contributed to this problem?
***Link to Article***https://cel.fscj.edu/OER/enc/1102/1/#slide13notes:Must read all slides in order to complete assignment. Find way to relate all 4 questions to one another. Write body paragraph "rst. Do not use word plethora. Use paragraphs .No lowercase I’s. ( i )Numbers less than 10 must be written out. ( Ten )