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Com 300 2/16/10 Martin Luther King Selby Article A Dramatist approach to Humanistic Studies Organization of Article: 1. Abstract 2. Introductions a. Contextual framework a.i. History of the era of the speech a.ii. The Boycott b. Commentary on significance of context 3. Thesis and Objective 4. History and Obstacles a. Critical Argument is how powerful the speech is or was a.i. Therefore he needed to talk about what made this challenging for the people 5. Theory (Narrative and how they impact Social Movements) a. This sets up his argument b. Theory empowers his argument in that “words can move people” b.i. A discussion on this b.ii. Shows how his argument is unique in that one specific speech is the “trigger” to a movement 6. Aristotle, appeals (dramatism, how the audience got to the point of being moved) a. The Logos, Pathos and Ethos b. Why the use of these made for a powerful speech 7. Deconstructs the Speech by comparing Exodus language and events to Martin Luther King’s Speech 8. Conclusion and synthesizing of arguments and analysis of results 9. Notes on Article 10. References Notes: Textual Analysis and Rhetorical Criticism: What does conducting these studies entail? I.
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