Defining the New Rhetorics

Defining the New Rhetorics

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780803942707
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Publication date: 10/22/1992
Series: SAGE Series on Written Communication Series , #7
Pages: 280
Product dimensions: 6.50(w) x 1.50(h) x 9.50(d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
PART ONE: THE NATURES OF THE NEW RHETORICS
A Contention Over the Term - Charles Bazerman
Rhetoric
Viewing the Dawns of Our Past Days Again - Richard Leo Enos
Classical Rhetoric as Reconstructive Literacy
Some Issues in Dating the Birth of the New Rhetoric in Departments of English - Richard Young and Maureen Daly Goggin
A Contribution to a Developing Historiography
Rhetoric and Composition Studies - Janice M Lauer
Multimodal Discipline
Writing the New Rhetoric of Scholarship - Louise Wetherbee Phelps
Rhetoric and Community - Carolyn R Miller
The Problem of the One and the Many
From Rhetoric Into Other Studies - Jim W Corder
PART TWO: IMPLICATIONS AND APPLICATIONS OF THE NEW RHETORICS
Further Thoughts on the End of Rhetoric - S Michael Halloran
Rhetoric is Epistemic - Robert L Scott
What Difference Does That Make?
Poststructuralism, Semiotics and Social-Epistemic Rhetoric - James A Berlin
Converging Agendas
Expressive Rhetoric - Christopher C Burnham
A Source Study
Cognitive Rhetoric - Linda Flower
Inquiry Into the Art of Inquiry
A Rhetoric of Bumper-Stickers - Reed Way Dasenbrock
What Analytic Philosophy Can Contribute to a New Rhetoric
Developing a Postmodern Ethics of Rhetoric and Composition - James E Porter
Newsweek - Richard Fulkerson
'My Turn' Columns and the Concept of Rhetorical Genre
A Preliminary Study

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