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Rhetorical Refusals

Defying Audiences" Expectations

by John Schilb

  • 196 Want to read
  • 5 Currently reading

Published by Southern Illinois University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Communication Studies,
  • Language Arts & Disciplines,
  • Language Arts / Linguistics / Literacy,
  • Language,
  • Rhetoric,
  • Study & Teaching,
  • Language Arts & Disciplines / Study & Teaching,
  • Audiences,
  • English language,
  • Psychological aspects,
  • Style

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages224
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11315256M
    ISBN 100809327899
    ISBN 109780809327898

    Rhetoric (/ ˈ r ɛ t ə r ɪ k /) is the art of persuasion, which along with grammar and logic (or dialectic – see Martianus Capella), is one of the three ancient arts of ic aims to study the capacities of writers or speakers needed to inform, persuade, or motivate particular audiences in specific situations. Aristotle defines rhetoric as "the faculty of observing in any. "Rhetorical criticism is not a process confined to a few assignments in a rhetorical or media criticism course. It is an everyday activity we can use to understand our responses to symbols of all kinds and to create our own symbols to generate the responses we desire."--BOOK JACKET.3/5(1).

      "[A] complete rhetorical analysis requires the researcher to move beyond identifying and labeling in that creating an inventory of the parts of a text represents only the starting point of the analyst's the earliest examples of rhetorical analysis to the present, this analytical work has involved the analyst in interpreting the meaning of these textual components—both in isolation Author: Richard Nordquist. A workbook style rhetoric that is the only composition book employing many specific rhetorical figures to understand basic modes of essay writing. It may undersell its significance by seeming to focus only on stylistic matters, when the figures it teaches are ways of making prose not .

    The rhetorical situation Involves three elements: the set of expectations inherent in the context, the audience, and the purpose of your speech or presentation. involves three elements: the set of expectations inherent in the context, audience, and the purpose of your speech or presentation. Kostelnick, C., & Roberts, D. (). Designing visual language: Strategies for professional . A Review of: Rhetorical Refusals: Defying Audiences' Expectations, by John Schilb Article in Rhetoric Society Quarterly 39(1) January with 13 Reads How we measure 'reads'.


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Rhetorical Refusals explores rhetorical theories in accessible language without sacrificing complexity and nuance, revealing the unspoken implications of unexpected deviations from rhetorical norms for classic political concepts like free debate and national memory. With case studies taken from art, politics, literature, and history, this book Cited by: 5.

In his book Rhetorical Refusals: Defying Audiences' Expectations, John Schilb, through a series of case studies, journals, and essays, introduces the idea of rhetorical refusals - a rhetorical strategy in which the writer violates the readers' expectations.

He explores different aspects of rhetorical refusals, from studying basic principles and 3/5. The first book to explore rhetorical refusals— instances in which speakers and writers deliberately flout the conventions of rhetoric and defy their audiences’ expectations— Rhetorical Refusals: Defying Audiences’ Expectations challenges the reader to view these acts of academic rebellion as worthy of deeper analysis than they are commonly accorded, as rhetorical refusals can Cited by: 5.

"The first book to explore rhetorical refusals - instances in which speakers and writers deliberately flout the conventions of rhetoric and defy their audiences' expectations - Rhetorical Refusals: Defying Audiences' Expectations challenges the reader to view these acts of rebellion as worthy of deeper analysis than they are commonly accorded, as rhetorical refusals can simultaneously reveal.

Rhetorical Analysis - Definition and Examples. Overall, Rhetorical Refusals provides an informative study Rhetorical Refusals book the basic principles of its subject. Schilb s book makes it easier to detect these rhetorical refusals and emphasizes how prevalent they really are by using a wealth of popular examples from famous theorists to politicians to comedians.

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The first book to explore rhetorical refusals- instances in which speakers and writers deliberately flout the conventions of rhetoric and defy their audiences' expectations- Rhetorical Refusals: Defying Audiences' Expectations challenges the reader to view these acts of academic rebellion as worthy of deeper analysis than they are commonly accorded, as rhetorical refusals can simultaneously.

The first book to explore rhetorical refusals—instances in which speakers and writers deliberately flout the conventions of rhetoric and defy their audiences’ expectations— Rhetorical Refusals: Defying Audiences’ Expectations challenges the reader to view these acts of academic rebellion as worthy of deeper analysis than they are commonly accorded, as rhetorical refusals can.

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This book is a primer in both writing arguments and reading literature, with thought-provoking selections by a diverse. This indispensable text brings together important essays on the themes, issues, and controversies that have shaped the development of rhetorical theory since the late s.

An extensive introduction and epilogue by the editors thoughtfully examine the current state of the field and its future directions, focusing in particular on how theorists are negotiating the tensions between modernist 5/5(1).The Rhetorical Triangle. The principles Aristotle laid out in his Rhetoric nearly 2, years ago still form the foundation of much of our contemporary practice of argument.

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Schilb received the Mina P. Shaughnessy Prize for his book Rhetorical Refusals: Defying Audiences' Expectations (Southern Illinois University Press). The prize is awarded for an outstanding work in the fields of language, culture, literacy or literature with strong application to the teaching of English, and is the top book prize in the field of Rhetoric and Composition.