Brave New World Rhetorical Analysis

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Fernando Carrera Ms. Kehrmeyer English 12A 19 May 2015 Entertainment As a Form Of Control Have we become a trivial culture, preoccupied with entertainment? In “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley, “Huxley vision, no force would be required to deprive people of their freedom. Instead, as Huxley saw it,” people will come to love their oppression, to adore the technologies that undo their capacities to think.” Having to see this as a prediction at that time, many now predict our future as many of us have been attached to our mobile devices from phones, tablets and other entertainments. Many use their phones as much as 221 times in one day that is a lot. Having to use technology as much as we have been using it in the past few years, it's become shocking to know people waste most of their time on their gadgets rather than coming to…show more content…
So are we the ones giving these special gadgets to our children or is it that we find the need to help them improve in schoolwork? “Huxley feared that what we love would ruin us”. Today many people do not use conventional methods, such as newspapers and television, to get their news and information. Most people read information online. There are several problems with this form of information gathering. First, people do not read text the same online as we would from paper. Instead of actually reading and comprehending information online, we tend to only scan information. So when getting information from an online source, often we do not get all the information because we skip over parts that may be important. We have become so use to skipping over lines from online sources that we couldn’t get enough information to back up research data from outside sources. It's important that we commit to getting important information; especially from important article we seem to look

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