A Rhetoric of Interpersonal Communication
This book has evolved over years of examination of various approaches to interpersonal communication. There is a rich tradition in our field which has been largely ignored in the area of interpersonal communication. For over two thousand years scholars in Speech Communication have examined oral discourse from a rhetorical perspective. In fact, beginning principally with Aristotle, rhetoric has served as the discipline of oral discourse.
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A Rhetorical Perspective
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