The Resource Readings on the rhetoric of social protest, [edited by] Charles E. Morris III, Stephen H. Browne

Readings on the rhetoric of social protest, [edited by] Charles E. Morris III, Stephen H. Browne

Label
Readings on the rhetoric of social protest
Title
Readings on the rhetoric of social protest
Statement of responsibility
[edited by] Charles E. Morris III, Stephen H. Browne
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
303.48/4
Index
index present
LC call number
HM881
LC item number
.R43 2001
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1969-
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  • Morris, Charles E.
  • Browne, Stephen H
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  • Social movements
  • Persuasion (Rhetoric)
  • Persuasion (Rhetoric)
  • Social movements
Label
Readings on the rhetoric of social protest, [edited by] Charles E. Morris III, Stephen H. Browne
Link
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 447-453) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Herbert W. Simons
  • Ego-function of the rhetoric of protest (1971)
  • Richard B. Gregg
  • Diatribe: last resort for protest (1972)
  • theodore Oto Windt, Jr.
  • Conservative voice in radical rhetoric: a common response to division (1973)
  • Robert L. Scott
  • Innovational movement: a rhetorical theory (1975)
  • Ralph R. Smith and Russel R. Windes
  • Movements: confrontation as rhetorical form (1978)
  • Theoretical foundations.
  • Robert S. Cathcart -- Competing perspectives.
  • Defining social movements rhetorically:casting the widest net (1980)
  • Malcolm O. Sillars
  • Social movement: phenomenon or meaning? (1980)
  • Michael Calvin McGee
  • Skeptical view of movement studies (1980)
  • David Zarefsky
  • Coming to terms with movement studies (1980)
  • Stephen E. Lucas
  • History and theory in the study of the rhetoric of social movements (1980)
  • Rhetoric of historical movements (1952)
  • James R. Andrews
  • Functional approach to the rhetoric of social movements (1980)
  • Charles J. Stewart -- Critical touchstones.
  • Rhetoric of black power: a moral demand? (1968)
  • Parke G. Burgess
  • Confrontation at Columbia: a case study in coercive rhetoric (1969)
  • James R. Andrews
  • Rhetoric of women's liberation: an oxymoron (1973)
  • Karlyn Kohrs Campbell
  • President Johnson's War on poverty: the rhetoric of three 'establishment' movements (1977)
  • Leland M. Griffin
  • David Zarefsky
  • Two faces of American Communism: pamphlet rhetoric of the Third Period and the Popular Front (1980)
  • Carl R. Burgchardt
  • Transformation of the 'Old Feminist' movement (1981)
  • Charels Conrad
  • Enacting red power: the consummatory function in Native American protest rhetoric (1983)
  • Randall A. Lake
  • Contemporary American abortion controversy: stages in the argument (1984)
  • Celeste Condit Railsback
  • From 'Gay is Good' to the scourge of AIDS: the evolution of Gay Liberation Rhetoric, 1977-1990 (1991)
  • Rhetoric of the Streets: some legal and ethical considerations (1967)
  • James Darsey
  • Domesticating Dissent: the Kennedys and the freedom rides (1992)
  • John M. Murphy
  • Entanglements of consumption, cruelty, privacy, and fashion: the social controversy over fur (1994)
  • Kathryn M. Olson and G. Thomas Goodnigh
  • Like gory spectres': representing evil in Theodore Weld's American Slavery As It Is (1994)
  • Stephen Browne
  • Discourse of 'Environmental Hysteria' (1995)
  • M. Jimmie Killingsworth and Jacqueline S. Palmer
  • Militant motherhood: labor's Mary Harris 'Mother' Jones (1996)
  • Franklyn S. Haiman
  • Mari Boor Tonn
  • Evolution of a revolution: Stokely Carmichael and the rhetoric of Black Power (1997)
  • Charles J. Stewart
  • Rhetoric of confrontation (1969)
  • Robert L. Scott and Donald K. Smith
  • Requirements, problems, and strategies: a theory of persuasion for social movements (1970)
Extent
1 online resource (xiii, 465 pages)
Form of item
online
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1035890565
Label
Readings on the rhetoric of social protest, [edited by] Charles E. Morris III, Stephen H. Browne
Link
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 447-453) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Herbert W. Simons
  • Ego-function of the rhetoric of protest (1971)
  • Richard B. Gregg
  • Diatribe: last resort for protest (1972)
  • theodore Oto Windt, Jr.
  • Conservative voice in radical rhetoric: a common response to division (1973)
  • Robert L. Scott
  • Innovational movement: a rhetorical theory (1975)
  • Ralph R. Smith and Russel R. Windes
  • Movements: confrontation as rhetorical form (1978)
  • Theoretical foundations.
  • Robert S. Cathcart -- Competing perspectives.
  • Defining social movements rhetorically:casting the widest net (1980)
  • Malcolm O. Sillars
  • Social movement: phenomenon or meaning? (1980)
  • Michael Calvin McGee
  • Skeptical view of movement studies (1980)
  • David Zarefsky
  • Coming to terms with movement studies (1980)
  • Stephen E. Lucas
  • History and theory in the study of the rhetoric of social movements (1980)
  • Rhetoric of historical movements (1952)
  • James R. Andrews
  • Functional approach to the rhetoric of social movements (1980)
  • Charles J. Stewart -- Critical touchstones.
  • Rhetoric of black power: a moral demand? (1968)
  • Parke G. Burgess
  • Confrontation at Columbia: a case study in coercive rhetoric (1969)
  • James R. Andrews
  • Rhetoric of women's liberation: an oxymoron (1973)
  • Karlyn Kohrs Campbell
  • President Johnson's War on poverty: the rhetoric of three 'establishment' movements (1977)
  • Leland M. Griffin
  • David Zarefsky
  • Two faces of American Communism: pamphlet rhetoric of the Third Period and the Popular Front (1980)
  • Carl R. Burgchardt
  • Transformation of the 'Old Feminist' movement (1981)
  • Charels Conrad
  • Enacting red power: the consummatory function in Native American protest rhetoric (1983)
  • Randall A. Lake
  • Contemporary American abortion controversy: stages in the argument (1984)
  • Celeste Condit Railsback
  • From 'Gay is Good' to the scourge of AIDS: the evolution of Gay Liberation Rhetoric, 1977-1990 (1991)
  • Rhetoric of the Streets: some legal and ethical considerations (1967)
  • James Darsey
  • Domesticating Dissent: the Kennedys and the freedom rides (1992)
  • John M. Murphy
  • Entanglements of consumption, cruelty, privacy, and fashion: the social controversy over fur (1994)
  • Kathryn M. Olson and G. Thomas Goodnigh
  • Like gory spectres': representing evil in Theodore Weld's American Slavery As It Is (1994)
  • Stephen Browne
  • Discourse of 'Environmental Hysteria' (1995)
  • M. Jimmie Killingsworth and Jacqueline S. Palmer
  • Militant motherhood: labor's Mary Harris 'Mother' Jones (1996)
  • Franklyn S. Haiman
  • Mari Boor Tonn
  • Evolution of a revolution: Stokely Carmichael and the rhetoric of Black Power (1997)
  • Charles J. Stewart
  • Rhetoric of confrontation (1969)
  • Robert L. Scott and Donald K. Smith
  • Requirements, problems, and strategies: a theory of persuasion for social movements (1970)
Extent
1 online resource (xiii, 465 pages)
Form of item
online
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1035890565

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