Feminist rhetorical theories

by Karen A. Foss

Publisher: Sage Pub. in Thousand Oaks, Calif

Written in English
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  • Rhetoric,
  • Feminist theory

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementKaren A. Foss, Sonja K. Foss, Cindy L. Griffin.
ContributionsFoss, Sonja K., Griffin, Cindy L.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsP301 .F67 1999
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 390 p. :
Number of Pages390
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL365219M
ISBN 100761903461, 076190347X
LC Control Number98025536

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Minh-ha, Sally Miller Gearhart, and Sonia Johnson. Feminist rhetoric is seen as the act of producing or the study of feminist discourses. According to Jacqueline Jones Royster, it is a fairly new field that works to bring the narrative of all demographics of women into the pedagogy of rhetoric.

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Feminist Rhetorical Science Studies Human Bodies, Posthumanist Worlds Add to Cart. Edited by Amanda K. Booher and Julie Jung. $ Paperback (Other formats: E-book) pages, 6 x 9, 2 illustrations 01/30/ Studies in Rhetorics and Feminisms.

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Foss, Sonja K. Foss, Cindy L. Griffin The authors discuss the theories of nine feminists—Cheris Kramarae, bell hooks, Gloria Anzaldúa, Mary Daly, Starhawk, Paula Gunn Allen, Trinh T. Minh-ha, Sally Miller Gearhart, and Sonia Johnson—who offer important, accessible insights into how individuals create.

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is essential for understanding the theoretical, methodological, and ethical impacts of feminist rhetorical studies on the wider field. Threaded throughout the book are discussions of the key features of rhetorical feminism that can be used to negotiate cross-boundary mis/understandings, inform rhetorical theories, advance feminist rhetorical research methods and methodologies, and energize feminist practices within the.

In extrapolating rhetorical theories from three feminist writers not generally considered rhetoricians, Ratcliffe creates a new model for examining women’s work.

She situates the rhetorical theories of Woolf, Daly, and Rich within current discussions about feminist pedagogy, particularly the interweavings of critical thinking, reading, and. In addition to her work on Theories of Human Communication, she has co-authored Women Speak: The Eloquence of Women's Lives, Inviting Transformation: Presentational Speaking for a Changing World, Contemporary Perspectives on Rhetoric, Feminist Rhetorical Theory (SAGE ) and Readings in Feminist Rhetorical Theory (SAGE ).

Dr/5(4). In addition to her work on Theories of Human Communication, she has co-authored Women Speak: The Eloquence of Women’s Lives, Inviting Transformation: Presentational Speaking for a Changing World, Contemporary Perspectives on Rhetoric, Feminist Rhetorical Theory (SAGE ) and Readings in Feminist Rhetorical Theory (SAGE ).

: $ Within the context of this book, feminist rhetorical resilience includes actions undertaken by rhetors, usually women, who, with varying degrees of success, discursively interact with others, resulting in improved situations despite contexts of significant adversity.

In addition to her work on Theories of Human Communication, she has co-authored Women Speak: The Eloquence of Women’s Lives, Inviting Transformation: Presentational Speaking for a Changing World, Contemporary Perspectives on Rhetoric, Feminist Rhetorical Theory (SAGE ) and Readings in Feminist Rhetorical Theory (SAGE ).

: $ Writing as feminist rhetorical theory. as most of the chapters in this book illustrate. In terms of literary theory, there is currently a great deal of scepticism concerning the stability of.

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In extrapolating rhetorical theories from three feminist writers not generally considered rhetoricians, Ratcliffe creates a new model for examining women's work. She situates the rhetorical theories of Woolf, Daly, and Rich within current discussions about feminist pedagogy, particularly the interweavings of critical thinking, reading, and writing.

Book Description: Rhetorica in Motionis the first collected work to investigate feminist rhetorical research methods in both contemporary and historical contributors analyze the decision-making processes and methodologies employed in deciphering the origins, meanings, theories, workings, and manifestations of feminist volume examines familiar.

In Feminist Rhetorical Theories, Karen Foss joins Sonja Foss and Cindy Griffin to provide deeper insight into the origins of their critique of rhetoric and their advocacy of invitational rhetoric by reviewing the backgrounds of and arguments made by several feminist theorists who suggest that patriarchal values are embedded within the core tenets of traditional rhetorical by: 1.

Feminist theory is the extension of feminism into theoretical, fictional, or philosophical discourse. It aims to understand the nature of gender examines women's and men's social roles, experiences, interests, chores, and feminist politics in a variety of fields, such as anthropology and sociology, communication, media studies, psychoanalysis, home economics, literature.Feminist Rhetorical Theories (Feminist Perspectives on Communication): ISBN () Hardcover, SAGE Publications, Inc, Gender Stories: Negotiating Identity in a Binary World.Book Review (20%) Each member of the seminar will be responsible for offering an overview of one book that has been influential to the interdisciplinary field of rhetoric as it relates to feminist theories.

A book list will be distributed in class during the first week; if there is a book you would like to suggest as an alternative, please feelFile Size: KB.