ARTIFACT I CHOSE IS THE MOVIE ‘AMERICAN HISTORY X’. PREVIOUS PAPERS FOR FINAL PAPERS ARE UPLOADING WHICH HELP YOU BE AWARE OF THE TOPIC OR WHAT THE FINAL PAPER WOULD BE ABOUT. Instruction:
Methodology Essay (INSTRUCTOR SUGGESTED THE PAPER WOULD BE GOOD IF YOU FOCUS ON WHY THE MOVIE CAME OUT THAT TIME. IF YOU CAN’T, THAT’S FINE THOUGH) 2-4 page paper double spaced on the theoretical or methodological approach that will be taken to the text. Select one or two theoretical approaches we have or will discuss in this course that you believe are especially germane to the text you have chosen. You will be using this theoretical groundwork as the starting point for your criticism of your text in your next paper.
Make sure to explain and carefully cite the authors and theoretical arguments that are related to the theory you have chosen. Again, I expect you to do your homework on this one: include a bibliography that includes a review of relevant theoretical literature. These need to be academic sources that are relevant to rhetoric, speech, communication, etc¦
Start with an article or two that you think are germane to the sort of text you are using then chase cites. I expect this paper to make careful use of articles external to the course material which is below.
Reading Lists (IF YOU NEED ME TO UPLOAD ARTICLES, PLEASE LET ME KNOW) What is Rhetorical Criticism?
1. Ernest J. Wrage, “Public Address: A Study in Social and Intellectual History,” Quarterly Journal of Speech, 33, (1947): 451-457. Neo-Aristotelian/
2. Stephen E. Lucas, “The Stylistic Artistry of the Declaration of Independence.” Prologue: Quarterly of the National Archives, 22 (Spring 1990), 25-43.
3. Zarefsky, “Making the Case for War: Colin Powell at the United Nations,â€ 2007 Rhetorical Situation
4. Bitzer – The Rhetorical Situation Rhetorical History 5. Stephen Browne, “‘The Circle of Our Felicities”
6. Kirt H. Wilson, “The Racial Politics of Imitation in the Nineteenth Century” Quarterly Journal of Speech, May 2003, Vol. 89 Issue 2, p89-108 Presidential Rhetoric
7. Medhurst, Martin J.. Reconceptualizing rhetorical history: Eisenhower’s farewell address. Quarterly Journal of Speech, May 94, Vol. 80 Issue 2, p195, 24p
8. Shawn J. Parry-Giles and Diane M. Blair, “The Rise of the Rhetorical First Lady: Politics, Gender Ideology, and Women’s Voice, 1798-2002,” Rhetoric & Public Affairs 5 (2002): 565-600. Audience 9. Black “Second Persona”;
10. McGee, â€œIn Search of â€˜The Peopleâ€™: A Rhetorical Alternative,”1975 Genre 11. Campbell and Jamieson, “Form and Genre in Rhetorical Criticism: An Introduction,” 1978 12. Karlyn Kohrs Campbell, â€œThe Rhetoric of Women” Liberation: An Oxymoron.â€ Quarterly Journal of Speech, 59 (1973), 74-86. Visual Rhetoric
13. Hariman and Lucaites, “Performing Civic Identity: The Iconic Photograph of the Flag Raising on Iwo Jima,” 2002
14. Deluca and Demo, â€œImaging Nature: Watkins, Yosemite, and the Birth of Environmentalism,â€ 2000 There are faxes for this order. Customer is requesting that (Pu There are faxes for this order. Customer is requesting that