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A concise and practical guide,Envisionteaches core skills in analysis, argument, and research, using both contemporary examples to capture reader interest and key principles from classical rhetoric. Teaches core skills in analysis, argument, and research Analysis, argument, and research General Interest
Table of Contents
|Analysis and Argument|
|Understanding Texts Rhetorically|
|Analyzing Texts Rhetorically|
|Strategies for Analyzing Persuasive Texts|
|Reading: Samuel P. Huntington, "Under God"|
|Reading: Doug Marlette, "I Was a Tool of Satan"|
|Writing a Rhetorical Analysis|
|Student Writing: Jason Benhaim, "Tapping into the American Psyche"|
|Turning to Texts of Your Choice|
|Strategies of Persuasion|
|Analyzing Ads as Arguments|
|Reading: Seth Stevenson, "You and Your Shadow"|
|Understanding the Rhetorical Appeals|
|Using Strategies of Persuasion|
|Understanding the Canons of Rhetoric|
|Invention in Argument|
|Arrangement in Argument|
|Style in Argument|
|Crafting a Position Paper|
|Student Writing: Angela Rastegar, Position papers|
|Writing Multiple Sides of an Argument|
|Student Writing: Aisha Ali, Multiple Sides project (excerpt)|
|Synthesizing Multiple Perspectives|
|Reading: Nora Ephron, "The Boston Photographs"|
|Constructing Your Own Argument|
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