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Rhetoric (Dis)Appearing

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The institutional history of rhetoric is isolated to appreciate its future value to critical communication and cultural studies. Four institutional encounters are highlighted: 1) its role in the creation of this journal under the auspices of the National Communication Association; 2) its shape shifting character as disciplinary knowledge, practice, and process for engaging democratic imaginaries; 3) its governmentalization under the sign of communication; 4) its ability to escape the ways institutions govern.

Keywords: Cultural Policy; Democracy; Everyday; Government; Rhetorical Studies

Document Type: Research Article


Publication date: 2013-09-01

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