Comm 320 Final Notes:
- Habermass public sphere & critique of Habermass public sphere
- conditions of communicative action
-Argument and critical thinking and deliberation
-Goal: Enter subjective agreement aka consensus (everyone agrees)
1) It is unrestra
Comm 320 Notes Midterm 1:
How did the various theories offer different responses to the failures of early twentieth
century social ideals?
o New rhetoric, contrary to advancing of science because it worked towards
Comm 320 Notes Midterm 2:
- Rhetoric of Inquiry
-Like new rhetoric seen as tool for people to study thingsscientists dont agree with
-Inquiry motivated by discourse
-Inquiry often drawn into rhet.
-Whats true given the situations
- 3 ways is
Ciceros Important of Eloquence and
Wisdom In Persuasion
Rhetoric surrounds our lives each and every day. Imagine a world without this art
form. We would always think for ourselves and create our own thoughts and opinions,
but what would the ac
Scavenger Hunt 1 (Ch.2 appearance)
This photo represents the nonverbal communication of appearance. First looking
at this image one would decide what the first message that is received is, how they would
communicate with this person and t
The source of creativity Lincoln draws upon to create the Gettysburg Address is novelty.
Novelty can be defined as something that is new, original, unusual, or the quality of such.
Throughout this speech Lincoln showed tremendous amounts of compassion and