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Teaching Argument in the Composition Course: Background Readings

[compiled by] Timothy Barnett
Format
Book
Published
Boston : Bedford/St. Martin's, [2002]
Language
English
ISBN
0312391617, 9780312391614
Summary
Twenty-eight readings present essential insights and practical information on topics of central concern to instructors teaching argument.
Contents
  • Some classical influences on argument. From Rhetoric, books I and II / Aristotle ; The enthymeme as postmodern argument form : condensed, mediated argument, then and now / Roger C. Aden ; Judgment, probability, and Aristotle's Rhetoric / Barbara Warnick ; The stases in scientific and literary argument / Jeanne Fahnestock and Marie Secor ; From formalism to inquiry : a model of argument in Antigone / James Kastely
  • Argument in the twentieth century. From Rhetoric : discovery and change, with communication : its blocking and its facilitation / Richard E. Young ... [et al.] ; Persuasion, Rogerian rhetoric, and imaginative play / James S. Baumlin ; From The uses of argument / Stephen Toulmin ; From The new rhetoric : a treatise on argumentation / Chaim Perelman and Lucie Olbrechts-Tyteca ; A theory of the rhetorical audience : reflections on Chaim Perelman / Alan Gross ; Other voices, different parties : feminist responses to argument / Catherine E. Lamb ; Class ethos and the politics of inquiry : what the barroom can teach us about the classroom / Julie Lindquist ; Opening the composition classroom to storytelling : respecting Native American students' use of rhetorical strategies / Karen Redfield ; Logic in the black folk sermon : the sermons of C. L. Franklin / Gary Layne Hatch ; The classroom and the wider culture : identity as a key to learning English composition / Fan Shen ; Unruly arguments : the body rhetoric of Earth First!, ACT UP, and Queer Nation / Kevin Michael DeLuca ; Assent, dissent, and rhetoric in science / R. Allen Harris ; Joseph Cornell and the artistry of composing hypertexts / Joseph Janangelo
  • Teaching argument in the English class. Rogerian rhetoric : ethical growth through alternative forms of argumentation / Doug Brent ; Refutatio as a prewriting exercise / A. E. B. Coldiron ; Technical logic, comp-logic, and the teaching of writing / Richard Fulkerson ; Starkweather and Smith : using "contact zones" to teach argument / Robin Muksian-Schutt ; The "argument of reading" in the teaching of composition / Mariolina Salvatori ; The argumentative, multiple-source paper : college students reading, thinking, and writing about divergent points of view / Patrick J. Slattery ; Toulmin and the ethics of argument fields : teaching writing and argument / Gail Stygall
  • Teaching argument across the curriculum. The figures of speech, ethos, and Aristotle : notes toward a rhetoric of business communication / Craig Kallendorf and Carol Kallendorf ; Feminist responses to Rogerian argument / Phyllis Lassner ; Using multiple sources of evidence to reason about history / Jean-François Rouet ... [et al.].
Description
x, 469 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (pages 453-469).
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