Rhetorical Criticism Chapter 3 Review part 3

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Rhetorical Criticism Chapter 3 Review : part 3 6. (Stoner & Perkins, Chap. 3) What is evaluation? (Note that we will return to this concept in more detail in a later chapter.) What kinds of terms mark an evaluative section of an essay? Do you agree with the authors' evaluation of the smoking rights advertisement? The critic’s use of stated criteria to determine the merit, worth, significance, or effectiveness of the rhetorical strategies in a message. terms- good, bad, right,wrong,appropriate, inappropriate, effective, ineffective, ethical, unethical, better or worse. 7. (Stoner & Perkins, Chap. 3) Which of the four main thinking skills fall primarily under the creative thinking area?
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Unformatted text preview: Which fall under the critical thinking area? interpretation- creative description- critical analysis- critical Evaluation- creative bc glandular 8. (Stoner & Perkins, Chap. 3) Be sure to study the authors' four-stage exploration of the smoking rights advertisement; in class we'll follow their model in analyzing another artifact. Ok 9. Explain data, claim and warrant in chapter 10 “New Rhetoric” The claim is the overall thesis the writer will argue for. The data is the evidence gathered to support the claim. While the warrant is an explanation of why or how the data supports the claim, the underlying assumption that connects your data to your claim....
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