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Rhetorical Foundations of Communication

by: Duncan Bradtke

Rhetorical Foundations of Communication COMM 3300

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This 3 page Study Guide was uploaded by Duncan Bradtke on Thursday October 29, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to COMM 3300 at University of Colorado at Boulder taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 35 views. For similar materials see /class/232036/comm-3300-university-of-colorado-at-boulder in Communication at University of Colorado at Boulder.


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Date Created: 10/29/15
Study Guide Exam 3 Chapters 1012 and required readingsmovies You should be familiar with the following terms and concepts or structural coherence characterological coherence Transcendence Proper meaning superstition context context Principle and Subsidiary subject COMM 3300 Final Exam Study Guide Spring 2003 Exam time Thursday May 53911 at 1030 in the lecture room Unit D RHETORICAL USES OF FORM Readings Hauser chapters 13 7 14 Burke 7 The Psychology of Form Blair and Michel 7 Reproducing civil rights tactics The rhetorical performances of the civil rights memorial Bruner Narrative as Life Levinson Written in Stone Also keep in mind the examples used in lecture and recitation Bush Message to Sadam Henry V Battle Speech US v Canada Water Rights 2020 Renovo Rape Convictions Lincoln Second Inaugural Robben Island Levinson Written in Stone structure structure structure Main themes continuing from Unit C Narrative Theory 7 narrative paradigm narrative quest probability delity voice Dramatism 7 pentad masking and unmasking identi cation new rhetoric definition of human action v motion Context theory 7 meaning experience context theorem perceptual patterns associative clusters Form 7 structure form visual rhetoric argumentative form vernacular rhetoric Essay Questions The following questions concern strong themes from the course and are designed to help you synthesize the materials we have covered over the semester Each question will require you to explain particular perspectives relate perspectives to one another and apply the perspectives to the analysis of some text Of the following questions we will select two 2 and you will have to answer one 1 on the exam Final Essay Questions 1 How does Walter Fisher s Narrative Paradigm refuterespond to Aristotle s notion of rhetoric as the faculty of observing in any given case the available means of persuasion How would Aristotle respond to Fisher COMM 3300 Final Exam Study Guide Spring 2003 19 LA 4 V39 0 Brie y explain the Sophist notions of to prepon and kairos How do these concepts align with Burke and Hauser s notion of rhetorical forms speci cally in terms of motives expectations and action Compare and contrast Burke s concept of identi cationdivision with Perleman and OlbrechtsTyteca s associative and dissociative structures Compare and contrast how Publics Theory and the Toulmin Model of Warranted Assent with respect to assessing rhetorical arguments Discuss what counts as a rhetorically valid argument and how each can or cannot accommodate the role of ethos and pathos within this framework Bitzer s theory of the rhetorical situation and Bruner s theory of life as narrative both discuss the relationship between rhetoric and reality Discuss the position of each in terms of this relationship Based on your discussion make an argument for which theory best accounts for Henry V s Battle Speech Both Levinson and Blair and Michel s analyze the visual rhetoric of public monuments Analyze the Arthur Ash memorial in Richmond VA from each theorist s perspective


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