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Conducting Socially Responsible Research
Critical Theory, Neo-Pragmatism, and Rhetorical Inquiry

  • Omar Swartz - University of North Carolina, Greensboro, North Carolina


February 1997 | 216 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This book redefines our understanding of theory, criticism and pedagogy with the vocabulary of neo-pragmatism. When human knowledge becomes historicized and socialized, the distinctions between our public, academic and instructional personae fade. In place of such traditional personae, a new identity is encouraged for scholars in the field of communication. The book successfully argues that rhetorical scholars can assume a cultural importance in life.
 
Toward Praxis in Disciplinary Scholarship
 
Redescribing Disciplinary Practice
 
Toward a Neo-Pragmatic Approach to Rhetorical Theory
 
Facing the Social Limitations of Disciplinary Rhetorical Criticism
 
The Pedagogical Implications of a Critical Rhetoric

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