COM 100 WEEK 4 NOTES
COM 100 WEEK 4 NOTES COM 100-001
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COM 100 WEEK 4 9/13 Stanton and Truth • Constitutive Rhetoric What is Constitutive Rhetoric? • rhetoric that creates an audience and culture around itself • calls a common, collective identity into existence Stanton Rhetorical Situation • Text: the declaration itself • Rhetor: mainly Stanton • Audience: everyone in the United States • Purpose: describe what women have dealt with in American up until 1848 • Setting: the Seneca Falls Convention, July 19th & 20th, 1848. Truth Rhetorical Situation • Text: the speech • Rhetor: Sojourner Truth • Audience: Everyone • Purpose: show the slavery • Setting: Women’s Convention Akron, Ohio on May 29th, 1851 9/15 Fredrick Douglass • The Meaning about the 4th of July Rhetorical Situation • Text: the speech • Rhetor: Fredrick Douglas • Audience • Purpose: • Setting: Corinthain Hall; Rochester, New York; July 5th 1852 Questions to Answer 1. Why the history lesson? 2. What IS the meaning of the 4th of July ? 3. Which institutions doe Douglass call into questions ? Things to Notice • Framing • Second Person (you, yours) • Hypocrisy • Disqualification • Metaphor • Turn