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AbstractTracking all mentions of Ronald Reagan during presidential primary and general election debates from 1988 to 2016, we suggest that < Reagan > has emerged as a complex ideograph in contemporary political discourse. Demonstrating what we call the “personified ideograph,” this essay tracks...
AbstractIntercollegiate forensics provides space for students to learn through performance, to challenge normative frameworks, and explore intersectionality. Increasingly, student performances include content and live-action portrayal of traumatic events. Judges become captive audience members...
AbstractMulti-modal argumentation is a relatively new approach in argumentation theory. In Gilbert’s approach to multi-modality, it focusses not only on the logical mode of argumentation but also on the emotional, the kisceral, and the visceral: the so-called “alternate” modes. Due to the formal...
AbstractExtending the existing typology of interpersonal argument (i.e., public- and personal-issue argument), this manuscript focuses on a distinctive argument type: one that concerns others’ personal issues (i.e., OP arguments). OP arguments involve issues that have direct implications for...
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