School uniforms turning our kids into soulless… | Analyse

The evolution of fashion and style has been a lengthy journey, that we've all observed progress and change. In the 1980s, big hair, high waisted jeans

and leg warmers were all popular, and we've since grown into a whole new sense of style. School uniforms, on the other hand, have remained constant.

They've always been around, and everywhere too. For many people, clothing is a form of expression and profoundly personal, and by giving young children uniforms, it removes that exact uniqueness.

Another major concern with uniforms is the cost, as well as "the wear and tear of it." (p. 1, l. 25) Moore couldn't afford her own uniform because of financial problems, and therefore she had to get a job to help pay for it.

In this article, Suzanne doesn't rely on statistics to support her claims; instead, she purely relies on her own views and experiences, which also captures the reader's attention and gains their trust.

Any average person coping with problems similar and comparable to Suzanne's are the receivers of this article. Suzanne employs pathos to appeal to the reader's emotions, and these receivers may relate to her problems, when reading her piece.

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