The issues happened under globalization includes child labor and objects importation. Two authors explains these two aspects respectively. The theme of these two essays is alike, for they both talks about the problems happened under globalization. Children in countries like India have to labor in order to gain basic needs rather than live under the protection of their parents because of their poorness. In fact, people in United States are getting more and more addicted into drugs like heroin and cocaine from Mexico and Columbian, which is also a result of globalization. Moreover, the tones of these two essays are also similar with each other.
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The issues happened under globalization includes child labor and objects importation. Two authors explains these two aspects respectively. The theme of these two essays is alike, for they both talks about the problems happened under globalization. Children in countries like India have to labor in order to gain basic needs rather than live under the protection of their parents because of their poorness.
In fact, people in United States are getting more and more addicted into drugs like heroin and cocaine from Mexico and Columbian, which is also a result of globalization. Moreover, the tones of these two essays are also similar with each other.
They are both serious and severe. The children cannot get educated in their childhood, which is the best time to improve their knowledge. The author proposes that the governments in both countries should make execution on monitoring the drug input. To sum up, the both two authors think that government should execute more on child labor and Columbia peasants.
In addition, the similarity of the purpose in these two essays is obvious, which is to inform the particular group of people to make efficient solutions. They are both ironic and sarcastic. Furthermore, the method that both authors used in their essays is the same, which is the method of cause and effect. In all, cause and effect are both well-applied in these two essays. The audience for these two essays is mainly the Senators in United States.
Both the author wanted the government to make solution on these two fields. Chitra Divakaruni wants the senators not to pass the bill so that children will not starve to death.
Meanwhile, Marie Javdani wants the government execute more to fighting crimes due to drug importation. The author could not imagine the horror of children dying because of starving if the Senators passed the anti-labor law. Eric is an American teenager who is addicted to drugs, while Miguel is a Columbian teenager who failed to prevent him and his family from producing drugs in their field and died.
From here, the author wants that American should reduce their need for drug, which might reduce the death rate of peasants in Columbia who fight against producing drugs. More essays like this:.
"Live Free and Starve" Chitra Divakaruni
He is well informed and appears to look at the full extent of the bill. Occasion: this was written following the proposal of a bill in the house to ban imports from countries that have child labor. This passage critiques that bill and urges it to be voted down. Audience: this is directed toward other senators, mostly liberal proponents of the bill, as well as other citizens in favor of banning imports from countries that have child labor. Purpose: The purpose is to express that this bill must not be passed and to urge people, especially senators, to see the full extent and repercussions of stopping imports from these countries because it not only effects the companies, but the children which it is trying to protect in the first place. Subject: this discusses the benefits and repercussions of the stopping particular imports and then urges people that we must continue to import or risk hurting the children. He does this by providing a personal anecdote, which enables the reader to relate to an experience emotionally, pointing out fallacies in opposing arguments, which serves to bolster his claim, and by providing specific examples of how this bill would adversely affect these children, which strengthens his argument.
Live Free and Starve
What conditions would one have to live in to rather work in an inhumane and unjust situation than be free? As Americans we see child laboring as a huge problem that needs to be stopped. These factories are becoming more and more systematic, with no rights at all given to the children. I feel proud to be from the United States where everything we say, is heard, but we are not always pushing towards the right directions.
The issues happened under globalisation includes child labour and objects importing. Two writers explains these two facets severally. The subject of these two essays is likewise. Children in states like India have to labour in order to derive basic demands instead than unrecorded under the protection of their parents because of their poverty. In fact. They are both serious and terrible. The kids can non acquire educated in their childhood.