Persuasion Map: Speaking of Caged Egg
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Persuasion Map: Speaking of Caged Egg

Argument/Thesis

That caged egg practice is a cruel practice

Argument 1

Hens kept in cages are restrictive of therir movement

Argument 2

Natural and artificial light is desruptive to their instinct

Argument 3

Stress that hens suffer living in these conditions

1. a) Unable to strech their wings and build a nest.

1. b) Claws become entangled with the wire.

1. c) They are unable to walk around and exercise.

2. a) The artificial light make them lay 24 hours.

2 b) They are exhausted from all the laying therefore their lifespan is shortened.

2. c) Being caged means they have no access to natural sunlight causing health issues.

3. a) No space, squashed in a tiny cage with several other hens .

3. b) The stress can cause them to peck and kill each other

3. c) Hens become aggressive which is not normally in their nature .

Conclusion:

This process is inhumane for the hens. Animal welfare organisations, poultry farmers and the law need to work together to create respectful farming practice.

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Persuasion Map: Speaking of Caged Egg

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publish time: 2021-09-08
Lisa Anderson

Here is another persuasion map. It consists of a flowchart. The main argument is that the caged egg product is a cruel practice. There are three reasons supporting this argument, the first is that hens kept in cages are restrictive of their movements, the second is that the natural and artificial light is destructive to their instinct, third is that the hens suffer by living under these conditions. For each of these reasons, three facts and examples are stated. At last, the conclusion is that this process is inhumane for hens. Animal welfare organizations, poultry farmers, and law need to work together to create respectful farming practices.

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