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Building on the ancient idea that communication enables civilization, this book introduces the concept of rhetorical citizenship as a way to explore rhetoric’s place in society. Christian Kock and Lisa Villadsen bring together contributions from various fields to highlight the discursive aspects of civic life

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  1. Cover
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  1. Title Page, Copyright
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  1. Contemporary_Rhetorical_Citizenship
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  2. pp. 5-7
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  1. Contemporary_Rhetorical_Citizenship-1
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  1. Introduction
  2. CHRISTIAN KOCK, LISA VILLADSEN
  3. pp. 9-26
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  1. Contemporary_Rhetorical_Citizenship-2
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  1. Part I: Rhetorical Criticism from the Viewpoint of Rhetorical Citizenship
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  1. Is Rhetorical Criticism Subversiveof Democracy?
  2. DAVID ZAREFSKY
  3. pp. 29-50
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  1. Introduction
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  1. On Rhetorical Ethos and Personal Deeds: A 2011 Spanish Public Controversy
  2. PAULA OLMOS
  3. pp. 51-66
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  1. The Hunt for Promises in Danish Political Debate
  2. CHARLOTTE JØRGENSEN
  3. pp. 67-80
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  1. Is Rhetorical Criticism Subversive of Democracy?
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  1. “Keep[ing] Profits at a Reasonably Low Rate”: Invoking American Civil Religion in FDR’s Rhetoric of Tax Equity and Citizenship
  2. NATHALIE KUROIWA-LEWIS
  3. pp. 81-92
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  1. On Rhetorical Ethos and Personal Deeds: A 2011 Spanish Public Controversy
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  1. Yarn Bombing: Claiming Rhetorical Citizenship in Public Spaces
  2. MAUREEN DALY GOGGIN
  3. pp. 93-116
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  1. The Hunt for Promises in Danish Political Debate
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  1. On Trees: Protest between the Symbolic and the Material
  2. KATI HANNKEN-ILLJES
  3. pp. 117-130
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  1. “Keep[ing] Profits at a Reasonably Low Rate”: Invoking American Civil Religion in FDR’s Rhetoric of Tax Equity and Citizenship
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  1. “Cicero Would Love This Show”: The Celebration of Rhetoric and Citizenship in The West Wing
  2. ANNE ULRICH
  3. pp. 131-146
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  1. Yarn Bombing: Claiming Rhetorical Citizenship in Public Spaces
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  1. Part II: Studies in the Practice and Cultivation of Rhetorical Citizenship
  1. On Trees: Protest between the Symbolic and the Material
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  1. Rhetorical Citizenship in Public Meetings: The Character of Religious Expression in American Discourse
  2. KAREN TRACY
  3. pp. 149-166
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  1. “Cicero Would Love This Show”: The Celebration of Rhetoric and Citizenship in The West Wing
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  1. Voice, Listening, and Telling Stories: The Communicative Construction of Rhetorical Citizenship in Small Groups
  2. CAROLYNE LEE, JUDY BURNSIDE-LAWRY
  3. pp. 167-182
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  1. Argumentative Literacy and Rhetorical Citizenship: The Case of Genetically Modified Food in the Institutional Setting of a Greek Primary School
  2. FOTINI EGGLEZOU
  3. pp. 183-204
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  1. Rhetorical Citizenship in Public Meetings: The Character of Religious Expression in American Discourse
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  1. “People Power” in Philippine Presidential Rhetoric: (Re)Framing Democratic Participation in Post-authoritarian Regimes
  2. GENE SEGARRA NAVERA
  3. pp. 205-222
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  1. Voice, Listening, and Telling Stories: The Communicative Construction of Rhetorical Citizenship in Small Groups
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  1. On Being a Simple Judge: Exploring Rhetorical Citizenship in Aristotelian and Homeric Rhetorics
  2. MARI LEE MIFSUD
  3. pp. 223-238
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  1. The Rhetorical Citizen: Enacting Agency
  2. RAYMIE E. MCKERROW
  3. pp. 239-254
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  1. “People Power” in Philippine Presidential Rhetoric: (Re)Framing Democratic Participation in Post-authoritarian Regimes
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  1. Part III: Crossing Borders: Disciplinary, Political and Otherwise
  1. On Being a Simple Judge: Exploring Rhetorical Citizenship in Aristotelian and Homeric Rhetorics
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  1. Online Civic Participation, Discourse Analysis and Rhetorical Citizenship
  2. PETER DAHLGREN
  3. pp. 257-272
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  1. The Rhetorical Citizen: Enacting Agency
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  1. “A Stowaway of Emigration”: Polarization in Hafid Bouazza’s Work
  2. HILDE VAN BELLE
  3. pp. 273-290
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  1. Extending Civic Rhetoric: Valuing Rhetorical Dimensions of Global Citizenship in Civic Education
  2. REBECCA A. KUEHL
  3. pp. 291-308
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  1. Online Civic Participation, Discourse Analysis and Rhetorical Citizenship
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  1. Rhetorical Citizenship beyond the Frontiers of Capitalism: Marx Reloaded and the Dueling Myths of the Commodity and the Common
  2. CATHERINE CHAPUT
  3. pp. 309-322
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  1. “A Stowaway of Emigration”: Polarization in Hafid Bouazza’s Work
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  1. A Game with Words: Rhetorical Citizenship and Game Theory
  2. TOM DENEIRE, DAVID EELBODE, JEROEN LAUWERS
  3. pp. 323-340
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  1. Extending Civic Rhetoric: Valuing Rhetorical Dimensions of Global Citizenship in Civic Education
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 341-342
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  1. Rhetorical Citizenship beyond the Frontiers of Capitalism: Marx Reloaded and the Dueling Myths of the Commodity and the Common
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  1. Index of Scholarly Sources
  2. pp. 343-352
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  1. A Game with Words: Rhetorical Citizenship and Game Theory
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Additional Information

ISBN
9789400601918
Related ISBN
9789087282165
MARC Record
OCLC
966859940
Pages
350
Launched on MUSE
2017-01-01
Language
English
Open Access
Yes
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