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The public work of rhetoric : citizen-scholars and civic engagement

Author: John M Ackerman; David Coogan; Gerard A Hauser
Publisher: Columbia, SC : University of South Carolina Press, 2010.
Series: Studies in rhetoric/communication.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John M Ackerman; David Coogan; Gerard A Hauser
ISBN: 9781611173048 1611173043 9781570039317 1570039313
OCLC Number: 838638434
Description: 1 online resource (xvi, 308 pages).
Contents: Introduction: The space to work in public life / David J. Coogan and John M. Ackerman --
Rhetoric revealed : should we name the tools? Concealing and revealing the art of rhetoric / Carolyn R. Miller --
Power, Publics, and the Rhetorical Uses of Democracy / Candice Rai --
The Public Work of Critical Political Communication / M. Lane Bruner --
Rhetorical Engagement in the Cultural Economies of Cities / John M. Ackerman --
Democracy and Its Limitations / Ralph Cintron --
Part 2: Rhetorical Interventions: Rhetorical Engagements in the Scientist's Process of Remaking Race as Genetic / Celeste M. Condit --
Going Public in a Disabling Discourse / Linda Flower --
Sophists for Social Change / David J. Coogan --
Knowledge Work with the Cherokee Nation: The Pedagogy of Engaging Publics in a Praxis of New Media / Ellen Cushman and Erik Green --
On Being Useful: Rhetoric and the Work of Engagement / Jeffrey T. Grabill --
Part 3: Remaking Rhetoric in Universities and Publics / Finding a Place for School in Rhetoric's Public Turn / David Fleming --
Mediating Differences / --
Erik Juergensmeyer and Thomas P. Miller --
A place for the dissident press in a rhetorical education: "Sending up a signal flare in the darkness" / Diana George and Paula Mathieu --
The Community Literacy Advocacy Project: Civic Revival through Rhetorical Activity in Rural Arkansas / David A. Jolliffe --
The Prospects for the Public Work of Rhetoric: A Coda / Susan C. Jarratt.
Series Title: Studies in rhetoric/communication.
Responsibility: edited by John M. Ackerman and David J. Coogan ; foreword by Gerard A. Hauser.

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