An Argument on Rhetorical Style
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This book interprets rhetorical style within a theoretical frame, and it aims to give a more unifying account than has been given in most publications on style. The aim is to establish the concept of rhetorical style that will not only achieve a greater conceptual consensus, but also help make it both powerful and useful in line with other concepts in the practical and critical disciplines of rhetoric. The examination of rhetorical style is aimed at conceptual development based on theoretical reflection and rhetorical analysis. The goal is to achieve a clearer understanding of some of the ways in which rhetorical style supplies the conceptual frameworks for reflecting, perceiving, arguing, and gaining influence in practical life.
Introduction Style in Modern and Postmodern Rhetorical Criticism Dialogue between Research Traditions A Re-theorizing of Rhetoric and Style Styling Rhetorical Strategy Content and Chapters PART I Rhetorical Style as a Critical Concept Chapter One - Constitutive Style Defining Rhetorical Style Style as Dress Style as Man A Constitutive View Constitutive Rhetoric: Strategy and Effect A Theory of Rhetorical Possibilities A Criticism of Style Chapter Two - The Function of Rhetorical Figures Stylistic Dominion Argumentative Figures in The New Rhetoric Redefining Rhetorical Figures Figures as Epitomized Arguments Modern Theories of Metaphor Metaphor, Rhetorical Figures, and Style Analyzing Hip Hop Style and Rhetorical Figures Chapter Three - Style and the Postmodern Styles of Power and Politics The Style of Postmodern Culture Style as the Construction of Identity Constituting Political and Social Identity Values and Words on the Danish Political Scene The Opening Address The Prime Ministers Style Sub-conclusion PART II Critical Perspectives Chapter Four - Feminine Style in Danish Local Politics The Concept of "Feminine Style" Feminine Style in Early Danish Liberation Discourse The Debate in Aarhus City Hall Feminine-Styled Politicians Conclusion Chapter Five - Provocative Style The Concept of Provocative Style Adjusting the Norms to Rhetoric and Polemics The Rhetorical Tradition of Invective The Jostein Gaarder Debate Critical Reflections Chapter Six - Speechwriting and Style Who is Speaking? The Ethics of Speechwriting The Style of the Speaker Ethopoeia: Dramatic Character Constitutive Style Speechwriting as Cooking Conclusion Works Cited

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Date de parution 16 avril 2017
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EAN13 9788771844344
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marie lundAn Argument  on Rhetorical  Style
aarhus university press
An Argument on Rhetorical Style
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An Argument on Rhetorical Style
by marie lund
Aarhus University Press |a
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction
9
Style in Modern and Postmodern Rhetorical Criticism 10
Dialogue between Research Traditions 11
A Retheorizing of Rhetoric and Style 13
Styling Rhetorical Strategy 15
Content and Chapters 20
PART IRhetorical Style as a Critical Concept
Chapter OneConstitutive Style
Defining Rhetorical Style 27
Style as Dress 33
Style as Man 36
A Constitutive View 41
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Constitutive Rhetoric: Strategy and Effect 46
A Theory of Rhetorical Possibilities 49
A Criticism of Style 52
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Chapter TwoThe Function of Rhetorical Figures 57
Stylistic Dominion 61
Argumentative Figures inThe New Rhetoric 64
Redefining Rhetorical Figures 67
Figures as Epitomized Arguments 72
Modern Theories of Metaphor 76
Metaphor, Rhetorical Figures, and Style 82
Analyzing Hip Hop Style and Rhetorical Figures 86
Chapter ThreeStyle and the Postmodern 95
Styles of Power and Politics 99
The Style of Postmodern Culture 102
Style as the Construction of Identity 105
Constituting Political and Social Identity 110
Values and Words on the Danish Political Scene 114
The Opening Address 115
The Prime Minister’s Style 119
Subconclusion
123
PART IICritical Perspectives
Chapter FourFeminine Style in Danish Local Politics 131
The Concept of “Feminine Style” 132
Feminine Style in Early Danish Liberation Discourse 139
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The Debate in Aarhus City Hall 141
FeminineStyled Politicians 151
Conclusion 156
Chapter FiveProvocative Style
The Concept of Provocative Style 161
159
Adjusting the Norms to Rhetoric and Polemics 163
The Rhetorical Tradition of Invective 169
The Jostein Gaarder Debate 173
Critical Reflections 178
Chapter SixSpeechwriting and Style
Who is Speaking? 184
The Ethics of Speechwriting 186
The Style of the Speaker 190
Ethopoeia: Dramatic Character 195
Constitutive Style 198
Speechwriting as Cooking 200
Conclusion
Works Cited
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