The Decline of Fatherhood
David Popenoe’s “The Decline of Fatherhood” discusses the rapid decay of our children due to the loss of male parenting. Popenoe’s use of logos and ethos are efficient in the context of the paper to relate the behavior of present day children due to the growing absence of fatherly figures. The author, however, uses very little if any emotional appeal; but because of the nature and direction of the
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the understanding and comprehension of this writing especially since it contains scientific information and data. The logos and ethos presented were well thought out and utilized in an efficeint manner to relay facts and theories pertinent to the subject discussed. However, in spite of its methodical tone, the essay does not allow for any emotional appeal. Because of David Popenoe’s sufficient use of writing techniques, he was able to produce a highly credible essay.