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Reproducing civil rights tactics: The rhetorical performances of the civil rights memorial

Carole Blair, Neil Michel
2000 Rhetoric Society Quarterly  
Edited by Nicolas Barker. London: The British Library, 1993: 113-126. R,V Foss, Sonja K. "The Construction of Appeal in Visual Images: A Hypothesis." Rhetorical Movement. Ed. David Zarefsky.  ...  "Rhetorical and Demonstrative Modes of Visual Argument." Argument and Advocacy 33 (Fall 1996): 53- 68. Com,R,V Shriver, Karen A. Dynamics in Document Design.  ...  JOURNALS focused on or containing articles to visual rhetoric &/or new media work-and some that contain (exclusively or intermittently) examples of new media compositions note: if a paper-based journal  ... 
doi:10.1080/02773940009391174 fatcat:lpp4jitrk5c25giakrlatdi5pq

The Globalization of Rhetoric and the Argument from Disciplinary Consequences

Herbert W Simons
2003 Poroi  
NCA mode stands for all scholarship in rhetoric of science. (5) Selected essays by Gross, Campbell, and Prelli represent all (NCA) rhetoric of science.  ...  41 I posed these and related questions at the 2002 NCA convention in New Orleans to Edward Schiappa, Robert Ivie, and David Zarefsky -not a representative sample, but an impressive one -all of whom  ... 
doi:10.13008/2151-2957.1049 fatcat:ab5wpkte2zfmvhmg2k7nx2k6gu

Second Thoughts on the Critiques of Big Rhetoric

Edward Schiappa
2001 Philosophy & Rhetoric  
Similarly, Zarefsky argues that argumentation is a perspective selected by the scholar and that the usefulness of that perspective cannot be settled a priori.  ...  Scott's "On Not Defining Rhetoric" (1973) and David Zarefsky's "Argument as Product, Process, or Point of View?"  ... 
doi:10.1353/par.2001.0015 fatcat:xjnppvryqrb5hbe362osasiqfe

Bibliographie sélective annotée des publications en langue anglaise sur la rhétorique, la critique rhétorique et l'argumentation

Michael Leff, Steven R. Edscorn
2009 Argumentation et Analyse du Discours  
rhétorique »), Argumentation 20, 399-416 Dans cet essai et dans le suivant, Zarefsky utilise l’approche pragma-dialectique de l’argumentation. 68Zarefsky, David. 2008.  ...  Perspectives on Argumentation : Essays in Honor of Wayne Brockreide ( Perspectives sur l’argumentation : essais en l’honneur de Wayne Brockreide ) (Prospect Hills, IL : Waveland), 9-26 Cet article établit  ... 
doi:10.4000/aad.497 fatcat:v6y6izngtvb5plfozslx4tyqxa

Contemporary scholarship in public address: A research editorial

Roderick P. Hart
1986 Western Journal of Speech Communication  
The essay is an opinion piece. It does not constitute probative argument.  ...  By employing the editorial form, the author thereby invites continued discussion of these ideas.  ...  The author begins the essay by proposing that an important and influential new form of rhetoric is on the horizon. But the essay quickly turns into a (good) criticism of a few speeches by X.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10570318609374235 fatcat:pahfvbgshbeejjaaprh4v5icqm

Making It Up As He Goes: Trump's Improvisational Rhetoric and the Hyper-Rhetorical Presidency

Richard Holtzman
2020 Fast Capitalism  
However, this essay takes the position that his reliance on improvisational rhetoric is more than a matter of politics, style, and psychology; it is a matter of governance.  ...  While Trump's reliance on improvisation is new, rhetorical policymaking, and the tendency to collapse the distinction between rhetoric and governing are not anomalous features of the modern presidency.  ...  Building on Murray Edelman's claim that "language is the key creator of the social world people experience" (1988, 103) , David Zarefsky maintains that rhetoric "defines political reality" (2004, 611  ... 
doi:10.32855/fcapital.202001.004 fatcat:6cqpiy7xvnhl7ff5wrmxpuokzi

The Debate Authors Working Group Model for Collaborative Knowledge Production in Forensics Scholarship

Gordon R. Mitchell, Carly S. Woods, Matthew Brigham, Eric English, Catherine E. Morrison, John Rief
2010 Argumentation and Advocacy  
This essay considers the possibility, reflecting on how efforts to coordinate collaborative knowledge production in debate authors working groups relate to professional development challenges isolated  ...  in the 1974 The analysis sheds light on issues of perennial importance for the forensics community and also contributes understanding of how recent technological and sodological trends portend changes  ...  For example, in a Sedalia position paper on "Future Goals and Roles of Forensics," Malcolm Sillars and David Zarefsky (1975) advanced the thesis that "scholars and teachers in forensics should define  ... 
doi:10.1080/00028533.2010.11821734 fatcat:2zouz7ratjf2npkve6n5njab7y

Translation Through Argumentation in Medical Research and Physician-Citizenship

Gordon R. Mitchell, Kathleen M. McTigue
2012 Journal of Medical Humanities  
This article considers how argumentation theory's epistemological flexibility, audience attentiveness, and heuristic qualities, combined with concepts from classical rhetoric, such as rhetorical invention  ...  Applied to the field of medicine, Edward Schiappa's insight on definitional dynamics reveals how historically contingent notions of medical practice have yielded various presumptions about physicians'  ...  Table 1 1 Results of a NLM search for articles focusing on Evidence-Based Medicine in selected years between 1990 and 2008.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10912-012-9171-y pmid:22392535 fatcat:6pflyc75afbtbk5wpjrw4nc5gq

Book Reviews: After the New Rhetoric

David A. Frank
2003 The Quarterly journal of speech  
Given those questions, the new rhetoric might be used as a center for the field of argumentation, which, according to David Zarefsky, continues to fragment as a discipline. 34 Finally, U.S. rhetorical  ...  Second, they note that Perelman fails, in comparison to Jurgen Habermas, to develop a perspective on the process of arguing.  ...  The techniques of argumentation, which constitute the bulk of The New Rhetoric, are referred to briefly in one section in which Perelman's method is contrasted unfavorably with the structuralism of Jakobson  ... 
doi:10.1080/0033563032000125340 fatcat:cq4wwkemanfmdnsxmwa53h7eie

The History of Public Address as an Academic Study [chapter]

Martin J. Medhurst
2010 The Handbook of Rhetoric and Public Address  
Spurred on, in 1968, by a wide-ranging essay on "The Anatomy of Critical Discourse" by Lawrence W. Rosenfield and a clear articulation of "The Rhetorical Situation" by Lloyd F.  ...  Along the way, as David Zarefsky noted in Texts in Context (1989), We have enlarged the meaning of "public address" from a mode to a function of discourse. . . .  ... 
doi:10.1002/9781444324105.ch1 fatcat:vocgyzj7sjd4bdnlpd3irfe4ha

Contemporary Rhetorical Citizenship

Kitsch
2017 Rhetoric & Public Affairs  
Contemporary Rhetorical Citizenship edited by christian kock and lisa vill adsen  leiden universit y press Cover design en lay-out: Mulder van Meurs, Amsterdam ISBN 9789087282165 e-ISBN 9789400601918  ...  selecting a theme for RiS4, the conference on which this book is based.  ...  The place of rhetoric and rhetorical criticism, constructive or otherwise, in society and civic life is addressed below by Chaput, Mifsud, and Zarefsky in their respective chapters.  ... 
doi:10.14321/rhetpublaffa.20.2.0363 fatcat:55k7d36ipbhh7i6kzlibkasxv4

The Changing Culture of Rhetorical Studies

Winifred Bryan Horner, Karlyn Kohrs Campbell, Celeste Michelle Condit, John Hammerback, Marouf Hasian, Richard Jensen, Andrew King, John Louis Lucaites, Robert Hariman, Mark Lawrence McPhail, John Murphy, Thomas Rosteck (+2 others)
2001 Rhetoric Review  
"A Rhetorical Definition of Movements." Communication Studies 27 (1976): 88-94. Zarefsky, David. "President Johnson's War on Poverty: The Rhetoric of Three Establishment Move- ments."  ...  Julia Wood has written extensively on gender and communication processes. Phyllis Japp has contributed a key essay on the rhetoric of Angelina Grimké.  ...  Because they concentrate on the shape of rhetoric that emerges from collective patterns of selection among practicing rhetorical critics, agency-in Kenneth Burke's sense-rests almost entirely with the  ... 
doi:10.1207/s15327981rr201&2_1 fatcat:2munb4xm7zgndg6fv3ipm3icsi

The Changing Culture of Rhetorical Studies

Winifred Bryan Horner, Karlyn Kohrs Campbell, Celeste Michelle Condit, John Hammerback, Marouf Hasian, Richard J. Jensen, Andrew King, John Louis Lucaites, Robert Hariman, Mark Lawrence McPhail, John M. Murphy, Thomas Rosteck (+2 others)
2001 Rhetoric Review  
"A Rhetorical Definition of Movements." Communication Studies 27 (1976): 88-94. Zarefsky, David. "President Johnson's War on Poverty: The Rhetoric of Three Establishment Move- ments."  ...  Julia Wood has written extensively on gender and communication processes. Phyllis Japp has contributed a key essay on the rhetoric of Angelina Grimké.  ...  Because they concentrate on the shape of rhetoric that emerges from collective patterns of selection among practicing rhetorical critics, agency-in Kenneth Burke's sense-rests almost entirely with the  ... 
doi:10.1080/07350198.2001.9683374 fatcat:myvmortrq5ggfkg3f2jfpcip2a

PSR volume 84 issue 4 Cover and Back matter

1990 American Political Science Review  
A topically organized text for the American constitutional law course that focuses on constitutional interpretation and includes introductory essays, selected Supreme Court cases, and lower court cases  ...  Accompanied by annual supplement that summarizes important cases from recent Supreme Court sessions.  ...  Zingale Praeger Publishers Greenwood Press United States Overseas Basing An Anatomy of the Dilemma By James R. Blaker Praeger. 206 pages. 0-275-93665-1. $39.95.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0003055400211830 fatcat:kb43uipepbhevlqa32vqw6bxcm

The Virtues of Reason and the Problem of Other Minds: Reflections on Argumentation in a New Century

G. Thomas Goodnight
2013 Informal Logic  
This paper reposes the problem as an argumentation predicament and examines analogy as an opening to the study of rhetorical cognition.  ...  The paper explains how self-sustaining risk is theorized by Aristotle's virtue ethics in the polis. Moral hazard is identified as a threat to modern argument communities.  ...  David Zarefsky (2011) reminds us that an argument culture rests on a community of practice; that such a community creates boundaries that define its interests, topics and activity types for securing judgment  ... 
doi:10.22329/il.v33i4.4079 fatcat:jlpopqpbvfal7oacgfnbomo2ce
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