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Purpose, Practice, and Pedagogy in Rhetorical Criticism

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ISBN-13:
9780739180198
Einband:
Ebook
Seiten:
231
Autor:
Jim A. Kuypers
Serie:
Lexington Books Lexington Studies in Political Communication
eBook Typ:
Adobe Digital Editions
eBook Format:
EPUB
Kopierschutz:
2 - DRM Adobe
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Chapter 1: On Objectivity and Politics in Criticism
Edwin Black

Chapter 2: Paddling the Rhetorical River, Revisiting the Social Actor: Rhetorical Criticism as Both Appreciation and Intervention
Jason Edward Black

Chapter 3: Rhetorical Criticism for Underdogs
Dana L. Cloud

Chapter 4: How Should Our Rhetoric Make Us Feel?
Celeste M. Condit

Chapter 5: Rhetorical and Civic Literacy in the Twenty-First Century: A Neo-Classical Rhetoric for the Digital Age
J. Michael Hogan

Chapter 6: The Wilderness Years of Rhetorical Criticism: Our Obsession with Powerlessness
Andrew A. King

Chapter 7: Artistry, Purpose, and Academic Constraints in Rhetorical Criticism
Jim A. Kuypers

Chapter 8: Endless Talk: The Purpose, Practice, and Pedagogy of the Rhetorical Conversation
Ryan Erik McGeough

Chapter 9: The Critical Impulse
Raymie McKerrow

Chapter 10: Rhetorical Criticism as Textual Interpretation
Martin J. Medhurst

Chapter 11: The Moral Critic: An Act in Several Histories
Ned O'Gorman

Chapter 12: Practicing Rhetoric
Samantha M. Senda-Cook

Chapter 13: Rhetorical Criticism and Citizenship Education
Robert E. Terrill

Chapter 14: The Glory of Rhetorical Analysis: Communication as a Process Of Social Influence
Kathleen J. Turner

Chapter 15: The Accidental Rhetorician
Marilyn J. Young

This edited volume fills a void in the literature concerning the purpose, practice, and pedagogy associated with performing rhetorical criticism. Literature regarding these issues-predominantly purpose-exists primarily as scattered journal articles and as sections within chapters of textbooks on rhetorical criticism. This book brings together 15 established rhetorical critics, each of whom offers well thought out and argued opinion pieces that stress the more personal nature of criticism. The purpose of this book is to serve as a disciplinary resource, and as a teaching and learning aid.
Accessibility across areas of expertise and experience is stressed in this book. Critics range from junior faculty to emeritus, and represent a broad spectrum of views on criticism. In this sense the book offers a snapshot of the views of a wide swath of successfully practicing, contemporary rhetorical critics.