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Online resource for students of rhetorical theory. Composed of three sections: Question and Answer using a chatbot; round table audio discussion amongst "rhetorical theoreticians"; list of resources. Q/A section addresses the lower levels of Bloom's Taxonomy. The round table addresses the upper levels of the Taxonomy. Scripts are included to those who wish to read rather than listen. Useful for those who are beginning their studies in rhetoric. Intended for use with an essay assignment comparing... More
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Date Added to MERLOT: May 02, 2010
Date Modified in MERLOT: November 17, 2017
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Submitter: stella lee
Keywords: persuasion, Aristotle's Rhetoric, Sophists, Cheris Kramarae, Sandra Harding, Kenneth Burke, Standpoint Theory, Rhetoric, Dramatism, Muted Group Theory, dramatistic pentad, rhetorical theory

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