Whichever argument you choose to make, your essay must be organized around a thesis that makes your claim about this issue clear; as well, your essay must use both textual and visual evidence to argue its point. Utilize Toulmin’s method of argumentation-claim, evidence, warrant-in both the individual body paragraphs and the paper as a whole, and explain how the appeals of ethos, pathos, and logos are deployed in the textual and visual examples you chose. For textual evidence, you must refer to at least three readings from the list provided; for visual sources you must find at least two examples from social media that support your claims. The visual example you choose can be a meme, a photograph, a political cartoon, a graph or chart, etc. It should not be a visual image of a word or a group of words. Also, the visual source must serve to illustrate and/or prove your essays thesis; in other words, it should offer an example that support argument #1 ,2, or 3–whichever you have chosen to discuss in this essay. Your essay should be between 750 and 1,000 words (3-4 double-spaced pages) and use APA format (including a title page, abstract page, in-text citations, and a reference page). Your audience is your instructor and fellow class members; your purpose is to persuade them that your thesis and analysis is sound and compelling.