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Participatory Critical Rhetoric

Author: Danielle Endres
ISBN: 9781498513807
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Participatory Critical Rhetoric: Theoretical and Methodological Foundations for Studying Rhetoric In Situ examines the increasing use of field methods using a programmatic theoretical and methodological approach.

Rhetorical Criticism

Author: Jim A. Kuypers
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1442252731
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A thorough, accessible, and well-grounded introduction to the breadth of approaches and perspectives comprising contemporary rhetorical criticism.

Methodologies For The Rhetoric Of Health Medicine

Author: Lisa Meloncon
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1315303744
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This volume charts new methodological territories for rhetorical studies and the emerging field of the rhetoric of health and medicine. In offering an expanded, behind-the-scenes view of rhetorical methodologies, it advances the larger goal of differentiating the rhetoric of health and medicine as a distinct but pragmatically diverse area of study, while providing rhetoricians and allied scholars new ways to approach and explain their research. Collectively, the volume's 16 chapters: Develop, through extended examples of research, creative theories and methodologies for studying and engaging medicine's high-stakes practices. Provide thick descriptions of and heuristics for methodological invention and adaptation that meet the needs of needs of new and established researchers. Discuss approaches to researching health and medical rhetorics across a range of contexts (e.g., historical, transnational, socio-cultural, institutional) and about a range of ethical issues (e.g., agency, social justice, responsiveness).

Theorizing Digital Rhetoric

Author: Aaron Hess
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 9781138702394
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Theorizing Digital Rhetoric takes up the intersection of rhetorical theory and digital technology to explore the ways in which rhetoric is challenged by new technologies and how rhetorical theory can illuminate discursive expression in digital contexts. The volume combines complex rhetorical theory with personal anecdotes about the use of technologies to create a larger philosophical and rhetorical account of how theorists approach the examinations of new and future digital technologies. This collection of essays emphasizes the ways that digital technology intrudes upon rhetorical theory and how readers can be everyday rhetorical critics within an era of ever-increasing use of digital technology. Each chapter effectively blends theorizing between rhetoric and digital technology, informing readers of the potentiality between the two ideas. The theoretical perspectives informed by digital media studies, rhetorical theory, and personal/professional use provide a robust accounting of digital rhetoric that is timely, personable, and useful.

Tracing Rhetoric And Material Life

Author: Bridie McGreavy
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319657119
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This volume brings together three areas of scholarship and practice: rhetoric, material life, and ecology. The chapters build a multi-layered understanding of material life by gathering scholars from varied theoretical and critical traditions around the common theme of ecology. Emphasizing relationality, connectedness and context, the ecological orientation we build informs both rhetorical theory and environmentalist interventions. Contributors offer practical-theoretical inquiries into several areas - rhetoric’s cosmologies, the trophe, bioregional rhetoric’s, nuclear colonialism, and more - collectively forging new avenues of communication among scholars in environmental communication, communication studies, and rhetoric and composition. This book aims at inspiring and advancing ecological thinking, demonstrating its value for rhetoric and communication as well as for environmental thought and action.

Text Field

Author: Sara Lynn McKinnon
ISBN: 9780271072104
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"Explores the benefits of utilizing field methods for studying rhetoric as a complement to text-based approaches in order to address questions about text, context, audience, judgment and ethics"--Provided by publisher.

Democracy S Lot

Author: Candice Rai
Publisher: University of Alabama Press
ISBN: 081731900X
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Democracy's Lot traces the communication strategies of various constituencies in a Chicago neighborhood, offering profound insights into the challenges that beset diverse urban populations and demonstrating persuasively rhetoric's power to illuminate and resolve charged conflicts.

The Rhetorical Legacy Of Wangari Maathai

Author: Eddah M. Mutua
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1498571131
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This book explores and honors the rhetorical legacy of Dr. Wangari Maathai, winner of the 2004 Nobel Peace Prize. Each chapter provides an analysis of Maathai's public advocacy as she attempted to persuade the world to provide greater protection of earth's habitats.

Field Rhetoric

Author: Candice Rai
ISBN: 9780817391997
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"Places of Persuasion explores innovative scholarship emerging at the intersection of rhetoric and field-based studies, or ethnography. Field methods allow researchers to capture rhetoric-in-action and to observe the dynamic circumstances that shape persuasion in ordinary life. The recent proliferation of rhetorically oriented fieldwork warrants a collection that gathers, describes, and theorizes this burgeoning, interdisciplinary (and even transdisciplinary) body--and method--of scholarship. Places of Persuasion documents and supports this ethnographic turn in rhetorical studies through a sustained examination of the diverse trends, methods, tools, theories, practices, and possibilities for engaging in rhetorical field research. The book offers an introduction to these inquiries, and serves as both a practical resource and theoretical foundation for scholars, teachers, and students hoping to work at the intersection of rhetoric and field studies. The collection will also provide a useful resource for interdisciplinary qualitative researchers interested in doing research from a rhetorical or discursive perspective in diverse disciplines, such as English, composition, communication, natural resources, geography, sociology, urban planning, and anthropology"--

Poaching Politics

Author: Paul Booth
Publisher: Peter Lang Incorporated, International Academic Publishers
ISBN: 9781433156724
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The 2016 US election was ugly, divisive, maddening, and influential. In this provocative new book, Paul Booth, Amber Davisson, Aaron Hess, and Ashley Hinck explore the effect that everyday people had on the political process. From viewing candidates as celebrities, to finding fan communities within the political spectrum, to joining others online in spreading (mis)information, the true influence in 2016 was the online participant. Poaching Politicsbrings together research and scholars from media studies, political communication, and rhetoric to provide an interdisciplinary perspective on the role of participatory cultures in shaping the 2016 US presidential election. Poaching Politicsheralds a new way of creating and understanding shifts in the nature of political communication in the digital age.