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what is the difference between prejudicial and nonprejudicial devices. what is an example of each.

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    A prejudicial statement is a preconceived idea or conviction that judges without all of the facts, usually said to be in favor to support their beliefs or ideas. Prejudicial rhetorical device is the act of not hiding a slanted view by definitions by example. This can be explained by grouping people into certain cultural, political, and religious backgrounds and using that as advantage to persuade a viewpoint.

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