Introduction to Rhetorical Theory

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Harper & Row, 1986 - Rhetoric - 209 pages
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This book makes a rhetorical approach to human communication accessible to readers.

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Hauser presents the basic principles of rhetoric fairly well; however, his leftist political bias, seen throughout the book by the examples he uses (and in some cases how he misses the point of ... Read full review

Review: Introduction to Rhetorical Theory

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Hauser presents the basic principles of rhetoric fairly well; however, his leftist political bias, seen throughout the book by the examples he uses (and in some cases how he misses the point of ... Read full review

Contents

THE EVENTFULNESS OF RHETORIC
1
Rhetoric as a Social Practice
15
Summary
28
Copyright

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Gerard A. Hauser is Professor of Communications at the University of Colorado at Boulder.

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