The Fourth Edition of Barry Brummettas Rhetoric in Popular Culture provides readers with in-depth insight into the techniques of rhetorical criticism to analyze the full spectrum of contemporary issues in popular culture. From movies, magazines and advertisements, to social networking sites, music videos and television shows, Dr. Brummett presents key rhetorical concepts and applies them with critical analysis to a variety of exciting examples drawn from today's popular culture. Moving from theory to practice throughout the text, Brummett links concepts in an easy-to-understand way. Rhetoric in Popular Culture covers the concept rhetoric, itself, as well as its place and dynamic change in history, and offers methods to effectively employ rhetorical criticism in daily life. The new edition includes pertinent critical essays and case studies that show readers how the critical methods discussed can be used to study the hidden rhetoric of extended texts, and more.If this is your first iPod, you will set up an account, give personal information, even make what feels like a donation (giving your credit ... I can plug my iPod into a dedicated receptacle in my car (although the secret then is still told to but a few, those in the car with me). But the original use of the iPod is to whisper to you, a secretive technology going back to the original Walkmans playing cassette tapes.
|Title||:||Rhetoric in Popular Culture|
|Publisher||:||SAGE Publications - 2014-01-16|