Rhetorical Citizenship And The Science Of Science Communication

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Curriculum Vitae - University of Wisconsin Milwaukee

Democracy: Rhetorical Citizenship and Public Deliberation in France and the US 1870-1940. In Christian Kock and Lisa Storm Villadsen (Eds.), Rhetorical Citizenship and Public Deliberation (46-66). State College: Pennsylvania State University Press.* Keith, William. (2011). Creating Citizens Through Communication Education in the United States.


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Bibliography Rhetoric, Science, and the Public Sphere

A Review of Science, Learning & Policy 47 (2009): 119-146. Print. Leach, Melissa and Brian Scoones. Science and Citizenship in a Global Context. Science and Citizens: Globalization and the Challenge of Engagement. Melissa Leach, Brian Wynne, and Brian Scoones, Eds. New York: Zed Books, 2005. Print. Miller, Jon D.

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The Rhetorics of Health and Medicine: Inventional

makes our already existing venues for rhetorical scholarship more inviting and accessible. References Barton, E. (Ed.). (2005). Introduction to the special issue on the discourse of medicine. Journal of Business and Technical Communication , 19 , 245-248. Bennett, J. A. (2009). Banning queer blood: Rhetorics of citizenship, contagion, and

Persuasion in the Rhetorical Tradition

persuasion over the long history of rhetorical studies. In the process I highlight two cultural imperatives that help to account for the emphasis on politics and ethics in the Western rhetorical tradition: (1) the need to educate for citizenship, and (2) an ongoing debate over the rules or norms of democratic deliberation. In the rhe-

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A Rhetorical Profile of Religious News: Time, 1947-1976, with K. Turner and R. Knupp, Journal of Communication, 31 (1981), 58-68. Attitudes toward Communication and the Assessment of Rhetorical Sensitivity, with R. Carlson and W. Eadie, Communication Monographs, 47 (1980), 1-22.

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Journal of Applied Communication Research

Behavioral Science, successful leadership lies primarily in symbolically generating a meaningful interpretation of a shared reality that is not only sensible to the advocate but sensible to the led (p. 259) and that can serve as a point of reference against

Rhetoric of Science, Technology and Medicine Fall 2016 Monday

practice? How are science and materiality interconnected in ways that supersede postmodern critique of language? How might the rhetoric of science intersect with contemporary Science Studies? 4) Science, Risk and Citizenship. How can rhetorical study help us understand the concept of risk, risk communication and the best ways to engage citizens in

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Department of Communication University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Education 2013 Ph.D., Rhetorical Studies, University of Georgia 2006 M.A., Speech-Communication, San José State University 2002 B.A., Communication, College of Charleston 2002 B.A., Political Science, College of Charleston Academic Employment


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The United Rhetorical States Of America: A Place For

THE UNITED RHETORICAL STATES OF AMERICA: A PLACE FOR ARISTOTLE IN U.S. CITIZENSHIP being A Thesis Presented to the Graduate Faculty of Fort Hays State University in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Science by Kurt Beyers B.G.S., Pittsburg State University

Rhetoric of Science, Technology and Medicine Fall 2018

the rhetoric of science intersect with contemporary Science Studies and the field called the new materialism ? 4) Science, Risk and Citizenship in the Anthropocene Era. How can rhetorical study help us understand the concept of risk, risk communication and the best ways to engage citizens in deliberations about risks in the anthropocene era?

Civic engagement in the public speaking classroom

political science, communication, and rhetoric are putting emphasis on the need for civic engagement and looking for ways to make it work in the classroom. To begin, civic engagement is difficult to clearly define. Students may think it means volunteerism or simply voting in an election. Ernest Boyer, a major figure in

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scholarship, pedagogy, and service, communication enacts its own logic of citizenship. Describing the origins of the field, Kirt Wilson writes, teachers of speech were treated as second-class citizens by their English counterparts who preferred the study of compo-


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Apr 26, 2017 largely unexplored within the communication literature on immigration and citizenship. To date, no scholarly research has confronted Congressional discourse on this subject, although this legislative body is charged with crafting policy determining to a great

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5. Analyze and critique rhetorical strategies and communication methods specific to cultural and industry norms. 6.Employ an understanding of the impact of cultural differences on communication in a global context. 7.Integrate individual reflection on questions of ethics and citizenship,

Intercultural Communication From an Interdisciplinary Perspective

science approach, and they frequently rely on quantitative methods. These scholars believe that culture is a measurable variable, and that culture influences communication in much the same way as personality traits do. The goal of the social science approach is to predict how culture influences communication.

Jamie McDonald, Ph

Thesis: The constitutive power of the rhetorical strategies used by participants in a socio-technical controversy (Le pouvoir constitutif des stratégies rhétoriques des participants à une controverse socio-technique) B.Sc. Communication and Political Science, 2006 Université de Montréal



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political science should learn from the rhetorical turn in various areas of the social rhetoric would help the reinvention of citizenship.3 The rhetorical turn, speech communication).6

Curriculum Vitae, March 2009 - Department of Communication Arts

M.A., 1992, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Rhetorical Studies, Department of Communication Arts B.A., 1989, University of Wisconsin-Madison, double major in Communication Arts and Journalism and Mass Communication, certificate in Women s Studies

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Changing Everything about Science and Its Rhetoric

Science and Its Rhetoric Leah Ceccarelli The symposium for which this essay was written was organized as a kind of public reading group where scholars of rhetoric from across the U.S. met to discuss Naomi Klein s 2014 book This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. the Climate. As is often the case when people

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38. Theory-Building and Rhetorical Criticism, Communication Studies, 27 (1976), 70-77. 39. Exploring Deception as a Communication Construct, with M. Knapp and H. Dennis, Human Communication Research, 1 (1974), 15-29. 40. The Rhetoric of Goodbye: Verbal and Nonverbal Correlates of Human Leave-taking, with

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Department of Communication Studies Student Handbook

Department of Communication Studies Student Handbook (April 2019) Pop Quiz! Being a Communication Studies major means: A. You ll learn how to communicate effectively and ethically B. You ll learn how to critique different types of communication, from a traditional speech to a complex multi-mediated artifact. C.

The Rhetorics of Health and Medicine: Inventional

makes our already existing venues for rhetorical scholarship more inviting and accessible. References Barton, E. (Ed.). (2005). Introduction to the special issue on the discourse of medicine. Journal of Business and Technical Communication , 19 , 245-248. Bennett, J. A. (2009). Banning queer blood: Rhetorics of citizenship, contagion, and

Jay P. Childers - Department of Communication Studies

Homeless Advocacy and the Rhetorical Construction of the Civic Home. By Melanie Loehwing. Rhetoric & Public Affairs. Childers, Jay P. (2014). Rhetorical Citizenship and Public Deliberation, eds. Christian Kock and Lisa S. Villadsen. Quarterly Journal of Speech 100(4): 495-498. Childers, Jay P. (2014).

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COMM 1125. Science, Communication, and Society. 4 Hours. Introduces the major areas of research analyzing the role of communication and the media in shaping debates over science, technology, and the environment. Focuses on what U.S. National Academies calls the science of science communication to offer