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Date Created: 11/01/15
LBST 499 Dr Miller Tools used by rhetors presence the extent to which a concept is foremost in the consciousness of audience members skillful rhetors monopolize on presence because they are aware it is a tool for manipulation build on schema the hope is the audience or viewer will accept the claim based on the vividness of the image and will not think critically about it coors and preys upon the relationship feelings and attitudes cultural cues between the viewer and the sign semiotics preys on the relationship and knowledge that the viewer has of archetypes and the relationship one has to hisher culture narrative analysis preys on binary uses of language influences characters and audiences perceptions malefemale rightwrong lovehate poststructural analysis preys upon how larger ideological and socioculturallsociopolitical perspectives shape how people perceive the world and their identities doctors lawyers teacherscritica discourse analysis can include race class gender sexual orientation gender expression national origin ability preys upon subconscious desires needs wants fears that define identity psychoanalytic theory preys upon sexist portrayals of females and malesfeminist analysis preys upon the notion that identity and knowledge is fluid and can shift in space and time and challenges the idea of what constitutes reality postmodern analysis Baudrillard preys upon stereotypes around how individuals were portrayed in imperialist texts in much ofthe third world as backwards uncivilized primitive and dangerouspostcolonia analysis how are font typeface composition type style light size framesborders used What is left out why are some elements smaller or larger
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