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Rhetoric in Popular Culture

by 1st Edition Brummett

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Published by AIPI .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Education,
  • Social Science,
  • Cliff"s/ Monarch / Barron"s Book Notes,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Sociology,
  • Book Notes,
  • General,
  • Study Aids / Book Notes,
  • Popular Culture - General

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    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages60
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8542874M
    ISBN 101428815597
    ISBN 109781428815599
    OCLC/WorldCa212623418

    Conducting a Rhetorical Analysis of Popular Culture Texts Sample Student Essay 2. Expanding the Rhetorical Tradition The Nature of Rhetoric and Rhetorical Criticism Evolution of the Rhetorical Tradition Rhetoric in the Communication Discipline The Neo-Aristotelian Approach to Rhetorical Criticism Contemporary Rhetorical Approaches Sample. For students of the rhetoric of popular culture, this volume is necessary. For others, certainly its first three chapters are provocative in the way they challenge accepted issues within the ancient tradition of rhetorical theory and criticism-- Quarterly Journal of Speech.

    The book offers a compelling range of theoretical reflections, historical vistas, and empirical investigations, which aim to show how people talk themselves and others into particular modalities of thought and action, and how rhetoric and culture, in this way, are co-emergent. Journal of Religion and Popular Culture. Journal of Social and Political Thought. Jnl of the European Institute for Communication and Culture. Journal of Visual Literacy. Journal on Audio, Speech, and Music Processing. Journal of Web Site Promotion. KAIROS Kaleidoscope. Kentucky Journal of Communication. Language & Communication.

    Rhetoric's pragmatism: essays in rhetorical hermeneutics / by: Mailloux, Steven, Published: () A feeling of wrongness: pessimistic rhetoric on the fringes of popular culture / by: Packer, Joseph, , et al. Published: (). Rhetoric in Popular Culture, Third Edition is the only textbook that joins together two vital scholarly traditions: rhetorical criticism and critical studies. Barry Brummett introduces the reader to techniques of rhetorical criticism specifically designed for the analysis of texts in popular culture.


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Wherever we look today, popular culture greets us with “texts” that make implicit arguments; this book helps students to think and write critically about these texts. The World Is a Text teaches critical reading, writing, and argument in the context of pop-culture and visual examples, showing students how to “read” everyday objects and visual texts.

A Feeling of Wrongness. Pessimistic Rhetoric on the Fringes of Popular Culture. Joseph Packer and Ethan Stoneman “This work explores our contemporary fascination with pessimism with such a strange relish and joy that one can’t help but feel relief that the end of human exceptionalism means the opening of weird new narratives and worlds (rather than the dire existential crisis.

The main goal of English is to help you see how rhetoric works in popular culture. As opposed to “high culture,” or “fine arts”—think Shakespeare, Homer, or Mozart--popular culture (often abbreviated as “pop culture”) is concerned with comics, movies, advertisements, video games, popular music, and best-selling novels like.

In the second chapter of Brummett's book, the history of rhetoric is discussed in addition to the (recent) importance of popular culture as a rhetorical device. Brummett suggests that Western nations are most influenced by Western rhetorical traditions, which began in the Mediterranean region between the fifth and sixth centuries B.C.E.

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Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Rhetoric (defined in book) the study of producing discourses and interpreting how, when, and why discourses are persuasive. 18th century laid the groundwork for understanding the rhetoric of pop. culture.