Everyone’s an Author with Readings (Second Edition) by Andrea Lunsford, Michal Brody, Lisa Ede, Beverly Moss,

By Andrea Lunsford, Michal Brody, Lisa Ede, Beverly Moss, Carole Clark Papper, Keith Walters

A rhetoric that bridges the distance among the writing scholars already do in social media and different nonacademic contexts and the writing they’re anticipated to do in college―all inside of a powerful rhetorical framework.

equipped at the keystones of rhetoric, Everyone’s an Author offers a robust starting place for authoring within the electronic age: in collage essays, but additionally on Twitter; in print, but additionally on-line; with phrases, but in addition with sound, video, and pictures. It indicates scholars that the rhetorical abilities they already use in social media, of their domestic and non secular groups, at paintings and in different nonacademic contexts are an identical ones they’ll have to achieve university. Examples and readings drawn from throughout a number of media and working with themes that subject to scholars this day make this a publication that everyone who takes first-year writing will relate to.
And due to Andrea Lunsford, i used to be capable of spend $32 on an Amazon book and take away its DRM @The_Card_Dealer
You're welcome, Jada! XD

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A noted critic and scholar, Booth explored these questions throughout his long career, identifying rhetoric as an ethical art that begins with deep and intense listening and that searches for mutual understanding and common ground as an alternative to violence and war. Put another way, two of the most potent tools we have for persuasion are language— and violence: when words fail us, violence often wins the day. Booth sees the careful, persistent, and ethical use of language as our best approach to keeping violence and war at bay.

10 ] T H E N E E D F O R R H E T O R I C A N D ­W R I T I N G . REFLECT. ” Look at some of your own recent posts. How many different perspectives do you see represented? What might you do to listen—and think—more rhetorically? What Do You Think—and W ­ hy? Examining all points of view on any issue will engage you in some tough thinking about your own stance—literally, where you are coming from on an issue—and why you think as you do. Such self-scrutiny can eventually clarify your stance or perhaps even change your mind; in either case, you stand to gain.

If your parents, for instance, are helping you buy the car, you’ll want to consider what their responses to your decision will be, anticipating questions they may ask and how to ­respond. Doing your homework also means taking an analytic approach, focusing on how various rhetorical strategies work to persuade you. You may have been won over by a funny car commercial you saw on Super Bowl Sunday. So what made that advertisement so memorable? To answer that question, you’ll need to study the ad closely, determining just what qualities—a clever script?

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