The argument is: The issue I would like to focus on this week is about how builders in India dont keep people with disabilities in their mind while constructing. Some people dont really care about it, they only want whats best for them and they dont keep others in mind. This results in builders in India design buildings in such a way that a person that is handicapped can not access the building by themself, they have to be carried up the stairs or have to find another way to get up the stairs. The cities in India havent really done anything about this, they just let it be, its like the least friendly place for a person to be disabled. India has a population of 1.3 billion people! And out of that about 2.2% of that population is disabled or has at least one disability. I agree its a small part of the population but that doesnt mean we shouldnt make it a disability-friendly place.
While it might appear that the solution is simple – simply toss in some cash and update the transports and manufacture inability inclines outside the structures – however, actually, it is quite testing. This is on the grounds that building foundation isn’t sufficient except if the earth which incorporates individuals and different elements around that framework underpins it. What’s more, the production of this condition requires a ton of exertion and a ton of time since this includes a change in perspective which is a moderate and steady procedure. This likewise implies steps in making a locale inability well disposed of ought to be taken quickly immediately.
The issue is that foundation is available in odds and ends, which is basically equivalent to having no framework. The odds and ends would consolidate just when there is a purposeful endeavor for it – and this includes a great deal of arranging. From the minute a crippled individual goes out till he returns – the whole chain of occasion – like going outside the home, utilizing the streets, transports, going for shopping – ought to be thought of and afterward, foundation ought to be set up.
The fact of the matter is except if individuals are trained the essential municipal ideas like remaining in lines, offering approach to individuals with inability, regarding the kindred resident independent of rank, shading, sex or age, etc, the legislature can make however much foundation as could reasonably be expected, and everything would go in the channel. To handle this issue, we need training in all aspects of India. This is the most troublesome and tedious thing – requires in any event 10 years. What’s more, it’s dismal that it’s way off the mark to the beginning.
The thesis I decided on was: In order for people with disabilities in India to have a proper life, be able to get places, the Government has to start planning and having a holistic approach while recognizing how big this issue actually is.
Do you think India should do something about this, and do you think my thesis is good enough for the government to do something about this?
In this units assignment, you will write a persuasive thesis statement related to the argument for a change you have been developing in previous units and evaluate the effectiveness of that argument using the rhetorical situation and the rhetorical appeals. You will complete a worksheet for this Assignment.
In Part I, you will revise the provisional thesis statement that you generated in the previous units Discussion and identify the underlying assumption. Make sure the thesis is concise (12 sentences) and clearly expresses a persuasive argument that offers a solution to a problem. For more on creating effective persuasive thesis statements.
In Part II, describe your purpose, audience, and setting. You will provide details about whom you need to convince to bring about change and explain to the community you are writing about.
Finally, in Part III you will evaluate your argument based on the three rhetorical appeals (ethos, pathos, and logos). For Part III, be sure to use complete sentences and offer specific examples. Aim for 5-7 sentences per section.