Rhetorical Public Speaking

Rhetorical Public Speaking Author Nathan Crick
ISBN-10 9781351868310
Release 2017-06-14
Pages 294
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Rhetorical Public Speaking: Civic Engagement in the Digital Age, Third Edition offers students an innovative approach to public speaking by employing the rhetorical canon as a means of constructing artful speech in a multi-mediated environment. It provides a foundation to guide students in understanding, constructing, and delivering messages that address matters of public concern. This edition features contemporary as well as historical examples to highlight key concepts and show how rhetoric works in practice. Each chapter includes speech excerpts, summaries, and exercises for review and retention. Students of public speaking are encouraged to employ their new skills as engaged citizens of society.



Public Speaking

Public Speaking Author Jane Blankenship
ISBN-10 UVA:X000310067
Release 1966
Pages 223
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Public Speaking Choices and Responsibility

Public Speaking  Choices and Responsibility Author William Keith
ISBN-10 9781305854789
Release 2016-01-01
Pages 336
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Packed with hands-on applications, PUBLIC SPEAKING: CHOICES AND RESPONSIBILITY, 2e delivers a practical and up-to-date public speaking text based on rhetorical theory. It emphasizes the role of choices and civic engagement/responsibility throughout in narrative, features, and examples. It also describes the audience as a public to which the speaker belongs, rather than as a separate entity defined only by demographics. The Second Edition includes new coverage of Monroe's Motivated Sequence, discussions of TED talks and PechaKucha, extended treatment of fallacies, and expanded emphasis on outlining. In addition, new Remix features apply the latest research in business and social science to public speaking skills. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.



The relevant rhetoric

The relevant rhetoric Author
ISBN-10 UOM:39015024577622
Release 1969
Pages 252
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Rhetorical Education In America

Rhetorical Education In America Author Cheryl Jean Glenn
ISBN-10 9780817355753
Release 2009-03-15
Pages 245
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A timely collection of essays by prominent scholars in the field—on the past, present, and future of rhetoric instruction. From Isocrates and Aristotle to the present, rhetorical education has consistently been regarded as the linchpin of a participatory democracy, a tool to foster civic action and social responsibility. Yet, questions of who should receive rhetorical education, in what form, and for what purpose, continue to vex teachers and scholars. The essays in this volume converge to explore the purposes, problems, and possibilities of rhetorical education in America on both the undergraduate and graduate levels and inside and outside the academy. William Denman examines the ancient model of the "citizen-orator" and its value to democratic life. Thomas Miller argues that English departments have embraced a literary-research paradigm and sacrificed the teaching of rhetorical skills for public participation. Susan Kates explores how rhetoric is taught at nontraditional institutions, such as Berea College in Kentucky, where Appalachian dialect is espoused. Nan Johnson looks outside the academy at the parlor movement among women in antebellum America. Michael Halloran examines the rhetorical education provided by historical landmarks, where visitors are encouraged to share a common public discourse. Laura Gurak presents the challenges posed to traditional notions of literacy by the computer, the promises and dangers of internet technology, and the necessity of a critical cyber-literacy for future rhetorical curricula. Collectively, the essays coalesce around timely political and cross-disciplinary issues. Rhetorical Education in America serves to orient scholars and teachers in rhetoric, regardless of their disciplinary home, and help to set an agenda for future classroom practice and curriculum design.



Man Speaking a Rhetoric of Public Speech

Man Speaking  a Rhetoric of Public Speech Author Donald K. Smith
ISBN-10 UVA:X000266523
Release 1969
Pages 336
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Invitation to Public Speaking National Geographic Edition

Invitation to Public Speaking   National Geographic Edition Author Cindy L. Griffin
ISBN-10 9781305948082
Release 2016-10-11
Pages 50
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Griffin's INVITATION TO PUBLIC SPEAKING: NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC EDITION, 6th Edition, brings a unique invitational approach to the public speaking course. As an antidote to the argument culture promoted by the media, INVITATION TO PUBLIC SPEAKING represents public speaking as a public dialogue, whether its purpose is to persuade, inform, or entertain. Audience-centered and practical, this approach emphasizes real-world contexts for public speaking with special features on Public Speaking in the Workplace, Ethical Moments, Civic Engagement, and relatable case studies from NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC researchers, scientists, artists, educators, and activists who use public speaking to save endangered species, document human tragedies, or promote scientific and cultural discoveries. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.



The Rhetorical Act Thinking Speaking and Writing Critically

The Rhetorical Act  Thinking  Speaking and Writing Critically Author Karlyn Kohrs Campbell
ISBN-10 9781305156234
Release 2014-02-28
Pages 384
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THE RHETORICAL ACT: THINKING, SPEAKING, AND WRITING CRITICALLY, Fifth Edition, teaches liberal arts students how to craft and critique rhetorical messages that influence, inviting and enabling them to become articulate rhetors and critics of the world around them. The new edition maintains a traditional humanistic approach to rhetoric, while extending the scope and relevance of the text. THE RHETORICAL ACT reaffirms the ancient Aristotelian and Ciceronian relationships between art and practice-one cannot master rhetorical skills without an understanding of the theory on which such skills are based. The text combines thorough coverage of rhetorical criticism, media literacy, and strategic public speaking, providing a solid grounding in essential concepts while helping students hone their skills in each area. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.



A Handbook of Public Speaking

A Handbook of Public Speaking Author Richard Letteri
ISBN-10 IND:30000079231704
Release 2001-10-01
Pages 272
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This handbook integrates the principles of classical rhetoric with those of contemporary public speaking and provides examples of how to apply these principles to various speaking situations. Featuring concise explanations and examples of the main principles, categories, and techniques of public speaking, the handbook format allows students to access easily the material when they are researching, preparing, and practicing their speeches. Covering the full range of topics in all public speaking courses, this text's rhetorical grounding and easy-to-use format make it a practical tool for today's students.



A Rhetorical Analysis of the Public Speaking of Richard F Pettigrew

A Rhetorical Analysis of the Public Speaking of Richard F  Pettigrew Author Alphus Rolland Christensen
ISBN-10 MINN:31951T004033262
Release 1954
Pages 738
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Public Speaking

Public Speaking Author William M. Keith
ISBN-10 1285191943
Release 2013-01-01
Pages 384
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A practical and up-to-date public speaking text based on rhetorical theory, with the theme of the role of choices and civic engagement/responsibility integrated throughout in narrative, features, and examples; features a description of the audience as a "public" to which the speaker belongs, rather than as a separate entity defined only by demographics.



Speaking for the Polis

Speaking for the Polis Author Takis Poulakos
ISBN-10 1570031770
Release 1997
Pages 128
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Explaining the significance of the term "speaking for the polis," which for Isocrates referred to the rhetorical act of creating and sustaining an illusion of ethicopolitical unity that would make deliberation possible, Poulakos discusses Isocrates' application of sophistical rhetoric to politics. He suggests that Isocrates' rhetoric gained stability through narratives of values and shared commitments, credence through seasoned arguments about plausible solutions to political irresolutions, and weight through the convergence of the speaker's words and quality of character.



Public Speaking

Public Speaking Author William Keith
ISBN-10 1305655176
Release 2015-10-02
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Helen Keller Public Speaker

Helen Keller  Public Speaker Author Lois J. Einhorn
ISBN-10 0313286434
Release 1998-01-01
Pages 155
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How a person who was "sightless but seen, deaf but heard" spoke out publicly for years about her "vision for a better tomorrow."



A Rhetorical Bibliography of the Public Speaking of Franklin D Roosevelt

A Rhetorical Bibliography of the Public Speaking of Franklin D  Roosevelt Author Gail W. Compton
ISBN-10 WISC:89086025293
Release 1959
Pages 152
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Rhetoric History and Women s Oratorical Education American Women Learn to Speak

Rhetoric  History  and Women s Oratorical Education  American Women Learn to Speak Author David Gold
ISBN-10 9781135104955
Release 2013-05-02
Pages 268
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Historians of rhetoric have long worked to recover women's education in reading and writing, but have only recently begun to explore women's speaking practices, from the parlor to the platform to the varied types of institutions where women learned elocutionary and oratorical skills in preparation for professional and public life. This book fills an important gap in the history of rhetoric and suggests new paths for the way histories may be told in the future, tracing the shifting arc of women's oratorical training as it develops from forms of eighteenth-century rhetoric into institutional and extrainstitutional settings at the end of the nineteenth century and diverges into several distinct streams of community-embodied theory and practice in the twentieth. Treating key rhetors, genres, settings, and movements from the early republic to the present, these essays collectively challenge and complicate many previous claims made about the stability and development of gendered public and private spheres, the decline of oratorical culture and the limits of women's oratorical forms such as elocution and parlor rhetorics, and women's responses to rhetorical constraints on their public speaking. Enriching our understanding of women's oratorical education and practice, this cutting-edge work makes an important contribution to scholarship in rhetoric and communication.



Rhetorical Theory by Women Before 1900

Rhetorical Theory by Women Before 1900 Author Jane Donawerth
ISBN-10 0742517179
Release 2002-01-01
Pages 337
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This anthology is the first to feature women's rhetorical theory from the fifth through the nineteenth centuries. Assembling selections on rhetoric, composition, and communication by 24 women around the world, this valuable collection demonstrates an often-overlooked history of rhetoric as well as women's interest in conversation as a model for all discourse. Among the theorists included are Aspasia, Pan Chao, Sei Shonagon, Madeleine de Scudery, Hannah More, Hallie Quinn Brown, and Mary Augusta Jordan. The book also contains an extensive introduction, explanatory headnotes, and detailed annotations."