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Bumper Crop: Scholar Explains How Presidential Election is Ripe for Rhetorical Studies

Bumper Crop: Scholar Explains How Presidential Election is Ripe for Rhetorical Studies

By Tom McLaughlin For students of rhetoric, this year’s presidential election is a “bumper crop” of rhetorical strategies and devices, posits Bill FitzGerald, an associate professor of English at Rutgers University–Camden. “The candidates present a study in contrast the like of which we haven’t seen in many, many years,” says FitzGerald, an expert in rhetorical […]

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Clinton’s Victory Provides New Opportunity to Analyze Gender Dynamics, Says Researcher

Clinton’s Victory Provides New Opportunity to Analyze Gender Dynamics, Says Researcher

While Hillary Clinton’s victory as the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee marks a historic moment in the nation’s history, it also lays new and important ground for analysis of gender dynamics in American politics, explains Prof. Kelly Dittmar

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