This book is designed to introduce readers to the language of contemporary rhetorical studies. The book format is an alphabetized glossary (with appropriate cross listings) of key terms and concepts in contemporary rhetorical studies. An introductory chapter outlines the definitional ambiguities of the central concept of rhetoric itself. The primary emphasis is on the contemporary tradition of rhetorical studies as it has emerged in the discipline of speech communication. Each entry in the glossary ranges in length from a few paragraphs to a short essay of a few pages. Where appropriate, examples are provided to further illustrate the term or concept. Each entry will be accompanied by a list of references and additional readings to direct the reader to other materials of possible interest.A ACCENT We typically use the word accent to describe the regional variations in spoken language (e.g., in the United States, we speak of a asouthern accenta or a aBrooklyn accenta) or as a way of indicating stress patterns in pronunciation ( e.g., accent marks). A more ... mouths, in other peoplea#39;s contexts, serving other peoplea#39;s intentions; it is from there that one must take the word and make it onea#39;s own.
|Title||:||Sourcebook on Rhetoric|
|Publisher||:||SAGE Publications - 2001-07-19|