The SAGE Handbook of Rhetorical Studies

Editors: Lunsford andrea A., Wilson, Kirt H. and Eberly, Rosa A.
Publication Year: 2009
Publisher: SAGE Publications

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ISBN: 978-1-4129-0950-1
Category: Social Sciences - Media & Communications
Image Count: 3
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

The SAGE Handbook of Rhetorical Studies surveys the latest advances in rhetorical scholarship, synthesizing theories and practices across major areas of study in the field and pointing the way for future studies.

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Table of Contents

  • Introduction: Rhetorics and Roadmaps - Andrea A. Lunsford, Kirt H. Wilson, and Rosa A. Eberly
  • Introduction: Historical and Comparative Rhetorical Studies: Revisionist Methods and New Directions - C. Jan Swearingen and Edward Schiappa
  • Chapter 1. Historiography and the Study of Rhetoric - Arthur E. Walzer and David Beard
  • Chapter 2. Rhetorical Archaeology: Established Resources, Methodological Tools, and Basic Research Methods - Richard Leo Enos
  • Chapter 3. Medieval and Renaissance Rhetorical Studies of Women - Christine Mason Sutherland
  • Chapter 4. Recovering, Revisioning, and Regendering the History of 18th- and 19th-Century Rhetorical Theory and Practice - Lynée Lewis Gaillet and Elizabeth Tasker
  • Chapter 5. Coping With Modernity: Strategies of 20th-Century Rhetorical Theory - James Arnt Aune
  • Chapter 6. The Study of Argumentation - Frans H. van Eemeren
  • Chapter 7. Rhetoric of Religion: A Map of the Territory - Margaret D. Zulick
  • Chapter 8. Feminist Perspectives on the History of Rhetoric - Kate Ronald
  • Chapter 9. Recent Advances in Comparative Rhetoric - Sue Hum and Arabella Lyon
  • Introduction: Rhetoric, Disciplinarity, and Fields of Knowledge - John Lyne and Carolyn R. Miller
  • Chapter 10. The Rhetoric of the Natural Sciences - Jeanne Fahnestock
  • Chapter 11. The Rhetoric of Economics - Edward M. Clift
  • Chapter 12. Rhetoric in Literary Criticism and Theory - Don Bialostosky
  • Chapter 13. Rhetoric of Health and Medicine - Judy Z. Segal
  • Chapter 14. Rhetoric and International Relations: More Than “Cheap Talk” - Gordon R. Mitchell
  • Chapter 15. The Rhetoric of Interdisciplinarity: Boundary Work in the Construction of New Knowledge - Julie Thompson Klein
  • Introduction: Rhetoric as Pedagogy - Cheryl Glenn and Martín Carcasson
  • Chapter 16. Rhetoric and (?) Composition - Bruce Horner and Min-Zhan Lu
  • Chapter 17. Intercollegiate Debate and Speech Communication: Historical Developments and Issues for the Future - Jarrod Atchison and Edward Panetta
  • Chapter 18. The Consequences of Rhetoric and Literacy: Power, Persuasion, and Pedagogical Implications - Morris Young and Connie Kendall
  • Chapter 19. Echoes From the Past: Learning How to Listen, Again - Joyce Irene Middleton
  • Chapter 20. Civic Participation and the Undergraduate Curriculum - Wendy B. Sharer
  • Chapter 21. Visual Rhetoric and/as Critical Pedagogy - Brian L. Ott and Greg Dickinson
  • Chapter 22. A Century After the Divorce: Challenges to a Rapprochement Between Speech Communication and English - Roxanne Mountford
  • Introduction: The Common Goods of Public Discourse - Kirt H. Wilson and Rosa A. Eberly
  • Chapter 23. History of Public Discourse Studies - David Zarefsky
  • Chapter 24. Race, Sex, and Class in Rhetorical Criticism - Karlyn Kohrs Campbell and Zornitsa D. Keremidchieva
  • Chapter 25. Rhetoric and Critical Theory: Possibilities for Rapprochement in Public Deliberation - Gerard A. Hauser and Maria T. Hegbloom
  • Chapter 26. Digital Rhetoric and Public Discourse - Laura J. Gurak and Smiljana Antonijevic
  • Chapter 27. Arts of Address in Revolutionary America - Stephen Howard Browne
  • Chapter 28. Explosive Words and Glimmers of Hope: U.S. Public Discourse, 1860-1900 - Angela G. Ray
  • Chapter 29. For the Common Good: Rhetoric and Discourse Practices in the United States, 1900-1950 - Thomas W. Benson
  • Chapter 30. Religious Voices in American Public Discourse - James Darsey and Joshua R. Ritter
  • Chapter 31. Between Touchstones and Touch Screens: What Counts as Contemporary Political Rhetoric? - Vanessa B. Beasley
  • Chapter 32. Social Movement Rhetoric - Robert Cox and Christina R. Foust
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