Emma Watson and Malala Yousafzai both speak to their specific audiences to strive for their common purpose which is having gender equality worldwide. Emma Watson is launching a campaign called ‘HeForShe’. She wants to end gender inequality for good. By presenting her campaign to the United Nations members she is getting the attention of the highest power that she can and informing them on her hopes and dreams for women everywhere. Malala Yousafzai is advocating for women all over the world to get treated the same way a man would and to get an education the same way a man does. Yousafzai wants women to be treated right and get the education they deserve. By presenting herself to the United Nations members also she is letting representatives all over the world know what’s going on in certain countries and she is sharing her personal experiences with fighting for gender equality as well. Both speakers use anaphora to really emphasize their points and engage the audience in on what they are saying. In addition, they both use allusion to show certain events that have or will happen because of gender inequality. This shows they know the subject well and have a powerful way of expressing it. Lastly, Watson uses alliteration and Yousafzai uses anaphora again to portray similar points of getting what they want. Both Emma and Malala have the same common purpose of improving human rights all over the world.
Emma Watson and Malala Yousafzai are both informing the United Nations members that a woman deserves the same as a man and vice versa and needs to be treated with the same respect no matter the person's gender. In Emma Watson’s United Nations ‘HeForShe: Gender equality is your issue too’ speech she is speaking on behalf that she seeks help from her audience. By stating “I've seen young men suffering from mental illness unable to ask for help for fear it would make them look less ‘macho’...”, - she is showing that she cares about not only women's rights but men’s rights too. She is saying how gender inequality is an issue for both genders and she wants to make a difference with her campaign and achieve her goal of not having gender matter regardless of decisions or the way a person chooses to act or portray themselves. When Watson repeats the words ‘when at’, she is emphasizing her point that women deserve equal rights. By sharing her personal experiences of going through gender inequality she makes her point that she is passionate about what she is talking about because she knows how it feels to be mistreated and she hasn't even been through the worst of it. She shares her experiences because they are heartfelt on the audience and make them really understand about the issue of gender inequality. Additionally in Malala Yousafzai’s address to the United Nations, July 2013 she is informing the members mainly that women all across the world deserve education. By stating “Poverty, ignorance, injustice, racism and the deprivation of basic rights are the main problems faced by both men and women”, - Malala believes that there are just certain rights that all humans deserve but many of those things are not a reality for men and women everywhere. By discussing this with the United Nations members she is striving for them to hear what she is saying and change how they run their countries. By Malala repeating the words ‘thank you to’, she is genuinely thanking everyone who has helped her through her journey of achieving gender equality. She makes a heart-to-heart connection with the people that have stood by her throughout the process of her advocation. This demonstrates that she is positive and seeks out the good in bad situations. Therefore, she only wants good for this world and she is trustworthy to help make that happen. The UN members want to help her because of her passion to make a change. By Emma Watson and Malala Yousafzai using these strategies they work together to enhance the message of receiving gender equality worldwide. They make themselves clear and reliable of getting what they want.
Malala Yousafzai and Emma Watson are both educating the United Nations on gender inequality and how this problem needs to be solved. Emma Watson takes a logical appeal and uses an allusion. By stating “And at current rates it won't be until 2086 before all rural African girls will be able to receive secondary education”, - she reveals that she needs the help of the UN now in order for these girls to get secondary education drastically sooner. By stating the reality of the time before African girls get secondary education if we don't make a change fast it really puts things in perspective for the UN and gets them to think that it's up to them to make big changes. In addition, Malala Yousafzai also takes a logical appeal and uses an allusion. She states “On the 9th of October 2012, the Taliban shot me…”. By sharing this she shows the gruesome truth of an innocent woman just trying to get an education for women and because of that was involved in an act of violence. This allusion states straight facts and gets the UN to want to help Malala. By incorporating this tragedy in she is informing the UN that she herself has been through the worst and she is still fighting because of how much she cares about girls receiving education and that shows great dignity and confidence. These rhetorical strategies work together to enhance the message of both Malala’s and Emma’s speeches to create the message that gender inequality needs to come to an end.
Emma Watson and Malala Yousafazi both intend to create the common purpose of ending gender inequality. Emma Watson if fighting for equal rights at the Headquarters of the United Nations in New York. She is there to launch her campaign called ‘HeForShe’. Watson uses pathos to appeal and uses Alliteration to highlight what she is saying. By stating “I was confused at being called ‘bossy’ because...but the boys were not”, - she argues that she was treated differently for doing the exact same thing a boy did. This shows a clear real life example of gender inequality. This makes the UN feel for Watson and want to change this issue for the females of the future. Additionally, Malala Yousafzai is at the United Nations on her 16th birthday which is proclaimed Malala Day. She is speaking on behalf that all women deserve to receive education. Yousafzai uses pathos to appeal to her audience and uses anaphora again to stress her points. By repeating “we must not forget that”, she is justifying her point that people are still suffering from poverty, injustice and ignorance. Children are still not in school and that people are still waiting for a peaceful future. When Malala reveals this, she is telling the UN that these issues are very real and we need to put an end to it. These strategies used by Emma and Malala work together to enhance the message that we need equal rights and everyone should be treated with respect.
Emma Watson and Malala Yousafzai both share the common purpose of improving the rights of humans all over the world. Both Emma and Malala are informing the United Nations members about how gender inequality needs to end. Both speakers use anaphora to emphasize what they are trying to say. Both speakers use allusions to show they know what they are talking about and are powerful. Lastly, Watson uses alliteration and Yousafzai uses anaphora again to make it clear what they are informing the UN about. Emma Watson and Malala will continue to strive for gender equality as much as it takes to get there.