Dramatism_Contemporary Rhetorical Theory

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Contemporary Rhetorical Contemporary Rhetorical Theory Theory Dramatism
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Objectives: Contemporary Rhetorical Objectives: Contemporary Rhetorical Theory– Dramatism Theory– Dramatism Differences between classical and contemporary rhetorical theories Assumptions of contemporary rhetorical theory Kenneth Burke’s Dramatism (key concepts) Burke’s Pentad Evaluation of Dramatism Definition of communication and Meta-theoretical assumptions
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Differences Between Classical and Differences Between Classical and Contemporary Rhetoric Contemporary Rhetoric Classical Rhetoricians believe that Rhetoric is: Public Communication Intentional A Prescriptive Art Persuasion Contemporary Rhetoricians believe: All of the above, AND Rhetoric involves analysis/criticism of human symbolic behavior
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Contemporary Rhetorical Theories Contemporary Rhetorical Theories Dramatism (Kenneth Burke, 1950) The Narrative Paradigm (Walter Fisher, 1984) Critical/Cultural Studies
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The “New” Rhetoric Dramatism:
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