Which paragraph best supports the reader’s understanding of the various ways forensic evidence can be used in a trial?
"wheels of change" tells the story of the impact of the bicycle on women´s lives from 1870´s to the early years of the 20th century. it tells the stories of women who rode bicycles for fun, for profit, and to make a statement about women´s rights or women roles in the world. illustrated liberally with photographs, maps, advertisements and cartoons, as well as contemporary songs, poems and newspaper clippings, the book readers travel to a time gone by to see firsthand how women used the bicycle as a vehicle to improve their lives.
this is an example of climax
unlike traditional ads, public service announcements are designed to inform and educate instead of selling a product or service. its objective is not to make a big sale, but to generate a positive image in public opinion by creating awareness about a problem.