ISBN-10:
0072875232
ISBN-13:
2900072875231
Pub. Date:
11/27/2002
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Higher Education
Critical Questions (Custom) / Edition 1

Critical Questions (Custom) / Edition 1

by William Nothstine
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ISBN-13: 2900072875231
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
Publication date: 11/27/2002
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 202
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

Table of Contents

Part I: Critical Invention: A General Orientation

Chapter 1: Invention in Media and Rhetorical Criticism: A General Orientation

Chapter 2: Professionalization and the Eclipse of Critical Invention

Chapter 3: Wandering with Rhetorical Criticism

Chapter 4: The Invention of Rhetorical Criticism in My Work
Part II: Critical Invention: Maxims, Commentaries, and Cases

Maxim 1: Criticism Requires Understanding and Pursuing One's Own Interest

Chapter 5: Feminist and The Mary Tyler Moore Show

Chapter 6: The Campaign for Civil Defense

Chapter 7: The Frankenstein Myth in Contemporary Cinema

Maxim 2: Criticism is Written to and for an Audience

Chapter 8: Rhetorical Structure and Primate

Chapter 9: Constitutive Rhetoric and the Peuple Quebecois

Chapter 10: Pseudo-Private and the PTL Ministry Scandal

Maxim 3: Criticism is Both Served and Confined by Theory and Methos

Chapter 11: The Metaphor of Force in Prowar Discourse

Chapter 12: Premillennial Apocalyptic

Chapter 13: The Rhetoric of Dehumanization

Chapter 14: Cicero's Redemptive Identification

Maxim 4: Criticism Rarely Travels a Straight Line to Its End

Chapter 15: Public Memorializing in Postmodernity

Chapter 16: The Rhetoric of American Foreign Policy

Chapter 17: Reminiscences of Los Alamos

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