Answer the following questions below

Before we perform a rhetorical analysis of Turkle’s article, we must first identify the (1) main idea, (2) purpose, (3) methods, and (4) tone of this text. In doing so, this enables us to recognize the argument’s structure and allows us to focus our efforts more accurately to determine its persuasiveness.

In your journals, answer the following questions below:

  1. What is the topic Turkle is addressing? Does she hold a stance? What is it?
  2. Is she trying to inform, entertain, or persuade?
  3. What is her methodology? How much does she use logos, pathos, or ethos?

Here is the article:…