Teaching Argument in the Composition Course Background Readings

ISBN-10: 0312391617
ISBN-13: 9780312391614
Edition: 2002
Authors: Timothy Barnett
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List price: $51.99
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Bedford/Saint Martin's
Publication date: 11/27/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 469
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.342
Language: English

Major Theories of Argumentation
Some Classical Influences on Argument
From Rhetoric, Books I and II
The Enthymeme as Postmodern Argument Form: Condensed, Mediated Argument, Then and Now
Judgment, Probability, and Aristotle's Rhetoric
The Stases in Scientific and Literary Argument
From Formalism to Inquiry: A Model of Argument in Antigone
Argument in the Twentieth Century
Rogerian Argument
From Rhetoric: Discovery and Change, with Communication: Its Blocking and Its Facilitation
Persuasion, Rogerian Rhetoric, and Imaginative Play
Stephen Toulmin's Philosophy of Argument
From The Uses of Argument
The New Rhetoric
From The New Rhetoric: A Treatise on Argumentation
A Theory of the Rhetorical Audience: Reflections on Chaim Perelman
Argumentation and Race, Class, Gender, and Culture
Other Voices, Different Parties: Feminist Responses to Argument
Class Ethos and the Politics of Inquiry: What the Barroom Can Teach Us about the Classroom
Opening the Composition Classroom to Storytelling: Respecting Native American Students' Use of Rhetorical Strategies
Logic in the Black Folk Sermon: The Sermons of C. L. Franklin
The Classroom and the Wider Culture: Identity as a Key to Learning English Composition
Unruly Arguments: The Body Rhetoric of Earth First!, ACT UP, and Queer Nation
Argument in the Age of Science and Technology
Assent, Dissent, and Rhetoric in Science
Joseph Cornell and the Artistry of Composing Persuasive Hypertexts
Teaching Argument
Teaching Argument in the English Class
Rogerian Rhetoric: Ethical Growth through Alternative Forms of Argumentation
Refutatio as a Prewriting Exercise
Technical Logic, Comp-Logic, and the Teaching of Writing
Starkweather and Smith: Using "Contact Zones" to Teach Argument
The "Argument of Reading" in the Teaching of Composition
The Argumentative, Multiple-Source Paper: College Students Reading, Thinking, and Writing about Divergent Points of View
Toulmin and the Ethics of Argument Fields: Teaching Writing and Argument
Teaching Argument across the Curriculum
The Figures of Speech, Ethos, and Aristotle: Notes toward a Rhetoric of Business Communication
Feminist Responses to Rogerian Argument
Using Multiple Sources of Evidence to Reason about History
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