Rhetorical Theory SPCH 1000
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Date Created: 02/08/16
Rhetorical Theory Rhetoric [the faculty of observing, in any given case, the available means of persuasion] <Rhetorical Situation> o rhetor [the creator; what is the purpose? o artifact [the creation; what are you seeing? o occasion [context, setting; what are the important things happening? o audience [who the creator is speaking to; who the creation is it directed towards? o effects/intent [what happens/purpose; what is the effect of the artifact? what was the intent of the rhetor? <L. Bitzer (1968)> o something happens and the right person responds (situation creates discourse) o idea that the one who responds is the ONLY one who could respond. o exigence [a situation that requires immediate address] <Vatz (1973)> o discourse creates situation <Barb Biesecker> o diferance [sometimes response shapes the situation, sometimes situation creates response] o (combination of Bitzer and Vatz) <Rhetorical Cannon> o invention [the creation of where you get what you want to say (argument)] o arrangement [organization of thoughts; determines effectiveness of argument] ˃ ethos [credibility] ˃ pathos [emotion] ˃ logos [logic] o style [the way in which you deliver] o memory [getting others to remember your argument] o delivery [style in which you present your argument]
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