Analysis of "Women's Rights are Human Rights" by Hillary Rodman Clinton

Kemi Akala-Mordi
Dr. Richard Foss
College Writing II
May 24, 2012 (Revised For Correction: June 12, 2012)


The Unbroken Pandemonium

A Rhetorical Analysis of "Women's Rights are Human Rights" by Hillary Rodman Clinton.

When Hillary Rodman Clinton gave her speech at the U.N, fourth World Conference in Beijing China, in September 1995, it was the manifestation of women coming together from various aspects of life; women that shared common aspirations and concerns. Clinton emphasized much of her speech on the urgent need for women's rights to be treated as human rights. The motive through her speech was to empower women to take full control of their lives, and to not subject ...

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which was giving every woman/girl a voice, that would allow them the ability to gain full control of their destiny, and through that process, there can be equality which will enable every family the chance to maintain stability and have a full sense of well-being.

From an observational stand-point, after reading further into her speech, it became apparent that Clinton had three-target audiences. Her first target audiences were principally women and girls, since her rhetoric speech laid fundamental emphasis on women's empowerment, in all areas of life---economically, culturally and politically. Her second target audiences are the governments/human rights organizations (International governments/Policy Makers) that can help implement an obtainable approach, so that women's rights become human rights all over the world. Her final target audiences are the Chinese governments/policy makers, who have undeniably deprived women and girls access to education, jobs, health care and ...

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