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Chapter 32 | Social Movement Rhetoric

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Social Movement Rhetoric

Since 1952, when Leland M. Griffin called on critics to “isolate the rhetorical movement” in historical movements, rhetorical study of movements has proved to be both a heuristic and episodic endeavor. In their approach to such studies, critics also have begun to blur the lines between the rhetoric of a ...

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