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Rhetorical Citizenship and Public Deliberation
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Table of Contents

  1. COVER Front
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  1. Copyright Page
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  1. Table of Contents
  2. pp. v-vii
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  1. Introduction: Citizenship as a Rhetorical Practice
  2. pp. 1-10
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  1. SECTION I: Tracing Rhetorical Citizenship as Concept and Practice
  2. p. 11
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  1. Chapter 1: Deliberative Democracy: Mapping Out the Deliberative Turn in Democratic Theory
  2. pp. 13-27
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  1. Chapter 2: The Making of Truth in Debate: The Case of (and a Case For) the Early Sophists
  2. pp. 28-45
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  1. Chapter 3: The Search for “Real” Democracy: Rhetorical Citizenship and Public Deliberation in France and the United States, 1870–1940
  2. pp. 46-60
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  1. SECTION II: Public Deliberation as Rhetorical Practice
  2. pp. 61-66
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  1. Part I: Considering Norms of Communicative Behavior
  2. p. 67
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  1. Chapter 4: The Respect Fallacy: Limits of Respect in Public Dialogue
  2. pp. 69-85
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  1. Chapter 5: Dialectical Citizenship? Some Thoughts on the Role of Pragmatics in the Analysis of Public Debate
  2. pp. 86-100
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  1. Chapter 6: Provocative Style: The Gaarder Debate Example
  2. pp. 101-114
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  1. Chapter 7: Virtual Deliberations: Talking Politics Online in Hungary
  2. pp. 115-136
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  1. Part II: Critiques of “Elite” Discourse
  2. p. 137
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  1. Chapter 8: Dis-playing Democracy: The Rhetoric of Duplicity
  2. pp. 139-152
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  1. Chapter 9: Rhetoric of War, Rhetoric of Gender
  2. pp. 153-168
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  1. Chapter 10: Speaking of Terror: Norms of Rhetorical Citizenship in Danish Public Discourse
  2. pp. 169-180
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  1. Chapter 11: “This May Be the Law, But Should It Be?”: Tony Blair’s Rhetoric of Exception
  2. pp. 181-196
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  1. Part III: Rhetorical Citizenship Across Communicative Settings
  2. p. 197
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  1. Chapter 12: I Agree, But . . .: Finding Alternatives to Controversial Projects Through Public Deliberation
  2. pp. 199-217
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  1. Chapter 13: Deliberation as Behavior in Public
  2. pp. 218-231
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  1. Chapter 14: Homing in on the Arguments: The Rhetorical Construction of Subject Positions in Debates on the Danish Real Estate Market
  2. pp. 232-248
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  1. Chapter 15: Danish Revue: Satire as Rhetorical Citizenship
  2. pp. 249-264
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  1. SECTION III: Toward Better Deliberative Practices
  2. p. 265
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  1. Chapter 16: Presidential Primary Debate as a Genre of Journalistic Discourse: How can We Put Debate into the Debates?
  2. pp. 267-278
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  1. Chapter 17: A Tool for Rhetorical Citizenship: Generalizing the Status System
  2. pp. 279-295
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  1. Chapter 18: Interpretive Debates Revisited
  2. pp. 296-314
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  1. About the Contributors
  2. pp. 315-320
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 321-341
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  1. COVER Back
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