That is just one example and though did see more use of logos, it was far less than ethos. Second, while throughout the trailer the names of many individuals with significant notoriety were mentioned as well as a number of schools clearly demonstrating ethos, decided ethos was used most never acknowledging the use of pathos. Lastly, while my eyes were open and affixed on my monitor I watched but did not see as the video neared the end and having made my decision, I was mentally hard at work on a draft or my paper.
And though my eyes were open they saw nothing, my ears on the other hand were open and paying attention. As the words Capturing Hearts bounced off my eardrums, sensory neurons wasted no time forwarding the information to millions of other neurons to my brain for processing. All thoughts of ethos came to a screeching halt as Capturing hearts processed into PATHOS loud and clear. I watched the video again, though it probably was not necessary as the answer is in the title.
In conclusion, my final answer is pathos, because most of the content of the video appeals to the heart stimulating a wide array of emotions, from the thrill of victory, the agony of defeat In my final evaluation think the trailer is an excellent marketing tool for targeting readers that enjoy inspirational, holster non fictional stories that stimulate all the feel good emotions within us all. I think would enjoy reading the book myself as well as three Other books written by this author. I am sold.