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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Propaganda and rhetoric in democracy.
Carbondale : Southern Illinois University Press, 2016
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
M J Braun; Gae Lyn Henderson
|Description:||1 online resource|
|Contents:||Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; Foreword by Charles Bazerman; Acknowledgments; Introduction: A Call for Renewed Attention to Propaganda in Writing Studies and Rhetoric by Gae Lyn Henderson and M.J. Braun; Part 1: Historical and Theoretical Studies of Propaganda; 1. Democracy and Disclosure: Edward Bernays and the Manipulation of the Masses by Sharon J. Kirsch; 2. Jane Addams: A Foe of Rhetorics of Control by Lanette Grate; 3. The Psychological Power of Propaganda: From Psychoanalysis to Kenneth Burke by Gae Lyn Henderson. 4. Elizabeth Bowen's Wavering Attitude toward World War II Propaganda by Stefania Porcelli5. Propaganda Defined by Thomas Huckin; 6. A Taxonomy of Bullshit by Gary Thompson; Part 2: Propaganda's Challenge to Democracy: Sites and Mechanisms of Social Control; 7. Popular Economics: Neoliberal Propaganda and Its Affectivity by Catherine Chaput; 8. Privatized Propaganda and Broadcast News: Legitimizing the Call to Arms by John Oddo and Patricia Dunmire; 9. Attention! Rumor Bombs, Affect, and Managed Democracy by Jayson Harsin. 10. The Contract with America: A Legal, Social, and Rhetorical Contractual Obligation by Meg H. Kunde11. Propagandist Management: "Sustainability" in the Corporatized Public University by Laural Lea Adams; Conclusion: Writing Dissent in the Propaganda Flood by Robert Jensen; Contributors; Index; Back Cover.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Gae Lyn Henderson, M.J. Braun ; contributions by Laural Lee Adams ; foreword by Charles Bazerman ; contributions by Catherine Chaput ; contributions by Patricia Dunmire ; contributions by Sharon Kirsch ; contributions by Lanette Grate ; contributions by Jayson Harsin ; contributions by Thomas Huckin ; contributions by Robert Jensen ; contributions by Meg Kunde ; contributions by John Oddo ; contributions by Stefania Porcelli ; contributions by Gary Thompson.|
Finally! Propaganda studies, so grounded in persuasion, has been missing the voice of rhetoricians for a long time now while social psychologists, political scientists, and philosophers debated