Essay on Rhetorical Analysis Of Robert Farrington’s Community College Is Not The Answer

Rhetorical Analysis of Robert Farrington’s “Community College Is Not the Answer”
Most college students who attend community college as a stepping stone towards achieving a bachelor’s degree at a university commonly fall short of this intention. Only 11.6% out of 81.4% of these community college students accomplish a bachelor’s degree at a university. Discovering this compelling fact was discouraging as a community college student desiring to pursue a biochemistry degree at a four-year institution. Financially, college students are saving more money in attending a community college their first few years in place of a university. President Obama proposed the idea of ‘free community college’ to improve the wages and living standards of the middle class. As a community college student, I wonder if this proposal would improve this startling statistic and aid the student’s desire to pursue their educational goals. In Robert Farrington’s article “Community College Is Not…

Students enrolled at community college are lost high school graduates and employees seeking to gain certain skills is the minor persuasiveness found in the argument. This statement is persuasive due to the audience of a select few higher class individuals, whom probably never attended community college. Farrington opens the readers to categorize community college students within these two stereotypes. The lack of morals demonstrated in his approach to stereotyping, reveals an ad hominem fallacy. The biased tactic of bullying to get his way leaves readers disgusted by Farrington’s stereotypical remarks. More or less, Farrington unsuccessfully argued his way into an abysmal ending with his personal attacks. If personal accounts of students continuing towards a university but were confined by financial obligations was stated, a more intelligent, unbiased argument could have been…