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In 2005, an art installation transformed, a leased parking space into a temporary park. When the image disseminated online, it sparked a global movement to rethink urban space. The PARK(ing) Day movement enacts a spatial argument at the intersection of localized PARK(ing) installations in...
Super Size Me (SSM) and Fat Head (FH) are documentary films that make arguments about responsibility in America's obesity epidemic. Drawing on Kenneth Burke's pentadic elements of agent and scene, we argue that the filmmakers' bodies served as synecdochal sites for testing claims about the...
This essay explores two problematic functions of dissociation in publicly distributed, anti-same-sex marriage talking points guides. I argue that the organizations responsible for these guides use dissociation to sidestep self-identified conflicts between their values and actions and to disguise...
We can argue in different ways, and not only in ways that lend themselves straightforwardly to logical analysis and appraisal. It is tempting to think—and Gilbert (1997) gives arguments and examples that are meant to demonstrate—that this reveals an inadequacy in current theories of appraisal or...
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