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eBook Culture in Rhetoric (Language as Social Action) ePub

by Karen Wolf,Richard Wilkins

  • ISBN: 1433117851
  • Category: Words Language and Grammar
  • Subcategory: Reference
  • Author: Karen Wolf,Richard Wilkins
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers; 2nd ed. edition (December 5, 2013)
  • Pages: 146
  • ePub book: 1677 kb
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Richard Wilkins (author), Karen Wolf (author). Richard Wilkins and Karen Wolf present an innovative look at the relationship between rhetoric and the ethnography of communication. They argue that a situated rhetoric extends beyond the study of public discourse to include moments of identification that are used in a situated, social, and cultural way. The main problem the book addresses is the idea that individuals use situated rhetoric to accomplish communal identification, even at the risk of multiple interpretations from others.

By (author) Richard Wilkins, By (author) Karen Wolf. Culture in Rhetoric draws on case studies exploring argumentation through speaking and silence over the use of Native American land; asynchronous communication active in the cultural frames of a CBS 60 Minutes episode; identity and communication at a Jewish havurah; optimal forms of communicative conduct in Britain; and the changes in education communication of a North American college.

Culture in Rhetoric book. Richard Wilkins and Karen Wolf present an innovative look at the relationship between rhetoric and the ethnography of communication

Culture in Rhetoric book. The main problem the book addresses is the idea that individuals use Richard Wilkins and Karen Wolf present an innovative look at the relationship between rhetoric and the ethnography of communication.

Michael Kaplan - 2011 - Philosophy and Rhetoric 44 (2):194-204. The Rhetorical Theory of Argument is Self-Defeating. Intrinsic Versus Instrumental Values of Argumentation: The Rhetorical Dimension of Argumentation. Scott F. Aikin - 2011 - Cogency: Journal of Reasoning and Argumentation 3 (1).

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The 100 best rhetoric books recommended by Tim Ferriss, Sheryl Sandberg, Dan .

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Culture in Action was an art exhibition that took place in Chicago from May to September 1993. It was a landmark event in the development of public art. Mary Jane Jacob, the curator of the exhibition, originally conceived it in 1991, inspired by David Hammons' House of the Future from the 1991 Spoleto Festival USA, which she also curated

Religious Culture and Political Action. Brown, Richard Harvey (1990) Rhetoric, textuality, and the postmodern turn in sociological theory.

Religious Culture and Political Action. Sociological Theory, Vol. 17, Issue. Sociological Theory 8 (2): 188–97. Bruner, Jerome (1986) Actual Minds, Possible Worlds. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage: 160–72.

A Theory of Contemporary Rhetoric describes, explains, and argues the overarching theory of contemporary . Chapters explore the implications of rhetoric for particular aspects of the field.

A Theory of Contemporary Rhetoric describes, explains, and argues the overarching theory of contemporary rhetoric.

Richard Wilkins and Karen Wolf present an innovative look at the relationship between rhetoric and the ethnography of communication. They argue that a situated rhetoric extends beyond the study of public discourse to include moments of identification that are used in a situated, social, and cultural way. The main problem the book addresses is the idea that individuals use situated rhetoric to accomplish communal identification, even at the risk of multiple interpretations from others. Culture in Rhetoric draws on case studies exploring argumentation through speaking and silence over the use of Native American land; asynchronous communication active in the cultural frames of a CBS 60 Minutes episode; identity and communication at a Jewish havurah; optimal forms of communicative conduct in Britain; and the changes in education communication of a North American college. Wilkins and Wolf present the position that the context, form, and meaning of these situated instances of rhetoric provide a foundation upon which to analyze the communicative constructions of cultural identity.