Ideographic Rhetoric Critical Rhetoric in Action

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 3/1/11 Critical Rhetoric in Action Ideographic Criticism
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3/1/11 “Ideology” l Systematized thought about social relations and “the good” What is or should be What could be l A “fabric” that resists change
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3/1/11 Ideology and Rhetoric l Constituted in communication Performed Discursive l Coherent substance of political action Not isolated An orientation Justifications Legitimations
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3/1/11 Rhetoric and the Symbols of Ideology l “Natural social phenomenon” l In a context l That “makes symbolic claims” l “on behavior or belief” of persons l “allegedly in the interest” of those
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3/1/11 Ideographs (McGee, 1980) l “Ordinary language term” l “High order abstraction” l “Warrants,” “excuses”, “guides” Normative, equivocal l “Signify and contain an ideological commitment”
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3/1/11 Ideographs (McGee, 1980) l Ideographs with “non-ideographic usages” l Culture bound l “Socialized, conditioned” To ideographs
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Unformatted text preview: as a condition for belonging l Range of accepted usages Sanction 3/1/11 Tales of Two Ideographs <Separation of Church and State> http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/303667 7/ns/msnbc_tv-countdown_with_keith_olbermann/#39 750994 < ? > http://www.youtube.com/watch? 3/1/11 Constituting Audience <The People> 3/1/11 References Brock, B. L., et al. 2005. Making Sense of Political Ideology: The Power of Language in Democracy. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield. Lee, R. 2005. Ideographic criticism. In Kuypers, J. (Ed.) The Art of Rhetorical Criticism . Boston, MA: Pearson Education. McGee, M. C. 1980. The ideograph: A link between rhetoric and ideology. Quarterly Journal of Speech , 66: 1-16. McGee, M. C. 1982. A materialists conception of rhetoric. Explorations in Rhetoric: Studies in Honor of Douglas Ehninger . McKerrow, R. (Ed.). Glenville, IL: Scott, Foresman....
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