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Since Spurlock's documentary Super Size Me argues that fast food is addictive, perhaps this scene is a sly reference to the nausea people often experience the first time they inject heroin.
On the face of it, however, Spurlock's reaction undermines his thesis that fast food is so irresistible that people can't help but gorge themselves on it.
However, not all of his techniques were successful as we could see through his superfluities of the truth.
Although he was ineffective in some of the devices he tried to use, the majority of them were successful and he managed to persuade the audience to some effect even though he did not manage to persuade me.
Spurlock uses presentational and structural devices very well but his linguistic devices that are used to try and persuade the audience to be anti-Mc Donalds weren't very effective.
During the first lunch of his month-long Mc Donald's binge, Morgan Spurlock is visibly uncomfortable.
To conclude, Morgan Spurlock uses a large amount of linguistic, structural and presentational devices to persuade and explain his point that Mc Donalds is bad for you to his audience.
He uses a number of different techniques under each category which all help him to achieve the purpose of his documentary which was explained earlier on in this evaluation of the devices used in the polemical documentary 'Super Size Me'.
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Introduction With reference to Morgan Spurlock's 'Super Size Me' examine and evaluate how linguistic, structural and presentational devices are used in this polemical documentary.