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10/7 Notes: Kenneth Burke's Dramatist

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10/7 Notes: Kenneth Burke's Dramatist SCOM

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Katelynn Notetaker
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Introduction to Communication Theory
Annick Dupal

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Kenneth Burke's Dramatism Notes. Very helpful in understanding a very complicated concept.
Introduction to Communication Theory
Annick Dupal
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Date Created: 10/12/15
10715 SCOM 240 Lecture Notes Kenneth Burkes Dramatism An Introduction Burke Classi cation 0 Sociology 0 Psychology 0 Art 0 Communication Aristotle in uenced Burke s communicationrhetorical theory but Burke wants to propose modi cations Dramatism A technique of analysis of language and thought as basically modes of action rather than means of conveying meaning LIFE IS DRAMA Old Rhetoric persuasion based on deliberate design New Rhetoric Identi cation with partially unconscious factors Types of identi cation explicit implicit anthesis unifying symbols constitutive stylistic substantive common ground God Terms Democracy patriot freedom equality ect Devil Terms Socialist heretic terrorist ect Identi cation and Consubstantiality 0 We are not all the same 0 We don t want to feel completely separate 0 Not 100 identi cation Consubstantiality in acting together to nd common feeling in society as a group GuiltRedemption Cycle 0 Hierarchy developed by a way of language 0 Hierarchy gt guilt 0 Resolved Morti cation or scapegoat Catharsis Cleansing Temporary resolution 0 Cycle continues on and on PEOPLE ARE NOT VICIOUS BUT MISTAKEN 10715 Burke s Approach The Pentad 0 Act 0 Agency 0 Agent 0 Scene 0 Purpose Focusing on the scene takes blame off agent


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