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HM 623 S45 2014 (COL)
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The Rhetorical power of popular culture : Considering mediated texts
by Sellnow, Deanna D.
Edition: 2nd Edition
xviii, 289 pages : illustrations (some colored), 23 cm

©2014 Published by SAGE , Los Angeles, 2014
ISBN 9781452229959 (pbk.)
Contents:  Preface -- What is popular culture and why study it? -- Expanding the rhetorical tradition -- A narrative perspective -- A dramatistic perspective -- A symbolic convergence perspective -- A neo-marxist perspective -- Feminist perspectives -- A music perspective: the illusion of life -- Visual perspectives -- Media-centered perspectives -- Appendix: writing a popular culture rhetorical essay.

Notes:  Includes bibliographic references and index.
Content type:  text
Media type:  unmediated
Carrier type:  volume
Book ID 1000137548
Popular culture -- Study and teaching
Rhetorical criticism
Mass media and public opinion
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