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UWENGL104Michael HancockWinter

ENGL104 Lecture Notes - Mikhail Bakhtin, Rhetoric, Thesis Statement

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16 Oct 2011
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Rooted in the assumption that certain types of situations provoke similar needs and expectations in audiences, and call for particular kinds of rhetori
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UWENGL104Michael HancockWinter

ENGL104 Lecture Notes - Kenneth Burke, Rhetoric

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16 Oct 2011
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ENGL104 Lecture Notes - Martin Bormann

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16 Oct 2011
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ENGL104 Lecture Notes - Carolyn Ellis, Quintilian, Multiperspectivity

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16 Oct 2011
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UWENGL104Michael HancockWinter

ENGL104 Lecture Notes - Rhetorical Criticism, Rhetoric, Reality Television

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16 Oct 2011
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Processes of rhetorical criticism involves four steps. Artefact can be thought of as a set of signs that are taken together as creating an interrelated
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UWENGL104Michael HancockWinter

ENGL104 Lecture Notes - Paul De Man, Richard Hoggart, Jacques Derrida

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16 Oct 2011
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Beliefs reflect a group"s fundamental social, economic, political or cultural interests. Primary components are evaluative beliefs about which there ar
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UWENGL104Michael HancockWinter

ENGL104 Lecture Notes - Rhetorical Criticism, Onomatopoeia, Bacon

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16 Oct 2011
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The human use of symbols to communicate. Communication as purpose for rhetoric: humans as creators, rhetoric involves symbols created and used by human
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UWENGL104Jack PenderFall

ENGL104 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Pathos, Rationality

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UWENGL104Jack PenderFall

ENGL104 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: I Try

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UWENGL104Jack PenderFall

ENGL104 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Sophist, Pathos

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2 Aug 2016
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Sophists started to teach about writing and public speaking: would teach and travel on how to sway people, sophisticated . Plato: oldest western philos
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UWENGL104Jack PenderFall

ENGL104 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Self-Denial, Teleology, Dramatism

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2 Aug 2016
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More useful as a tool to study a pre-existing motive. More closely related to literary criticism, not cultural: dramatism: thinking of real life as if
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UWENGL104Michael HancockWinter

ENGL104 Lecture Notes - Rhetorical Criticism, Onomatopoeia, Bacon

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16 Oct 2011
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The human use of symbols to communicate. Communication as purpose for rhetoric: humans as creators, rhetoric involves symbols created and used by human
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