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Unformatted text preview: • More inclined to agree with you • When you create an argument, you tailor the argument to ‘universal audience’ Bitzer (1968) • Rhetorical situation o Exigency—defect that can be fixed with rhetoric o Audience o Constraints Gearhart (1979) • Feminist • All rhetoric is masculine and offensive o Needs to be destroyed Fass & Griffin • Invitational rhetoric o Speaker would invite/ask for feedback Cheney (1991) from Purdue • Organizational rhetoric o One person speaking to many (not true anymore) COM 204 1-Oct-2009 • Even though it is convenient, it still messes up on who is involved...
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