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Communication Address Scholarship Review

American Public Address

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A 2-3 page paper of ONE of these articles:

  • Victoria J. Gallagher, “Black Power in Berkeley: Postmodern Constructions in the Rhetoric of Stokely Carmichael.” Quarterly Journal of Speech, 87 (2001), 144-157.
  • David R. Novak, “Engaging Parrhesia in a Democracy: Malcolm X as Truth-teller.” Southern Communication Journal, 71 (2006), 25-43.
  • Ellen W. Gorsevski and Michael L. Butterworth, “Muhammad Ali’s Fighting Words: The Paradox of Violence in Nonviolent Rhetoric.” Quarterly Journal of Speech, 97 (2011), 50-73.
  • Erin F. Doss and Robin E. Jensen, “Balancing Mystery and Identification: Dolores Huerta’s Shifting Transcendent Persona.” Quarterly Journal of Speech, 99 (2013), 481-506.
  • Richard J. Jensen, Thomas R. Burkholder, and John C. Hammerback, “Martyrs for a Just Cause: The Eulogies of Cesar Chavez.” Western Journal of Communication, 67 (2003), 335-356.

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COMM 148 Public Address Scholarship Review Assignment This assignment is your opportunity to review a work of public address scholarship. In 23 pages, you will provide an overview of the scholarship and also assess its contributions to on-going conversations. You will be evaluated based on the relevancy of the information provided as well as the intellectual insight and rigor with which you engage the material in the publication. Be sure your review includes: ❖ The purpose of the essay and its overarching thesis/critical argument ❖ A summary of the rhetorical theories/concepts used in the analysis ❖ What you believe to be its major contributions to our on-going discussions of public address scholarship as well as any concerns you have with the arguments presented or the limitations of the research. Evaluation Rubric Minimal Adequate Notable 6 7 8 Impressive Exceptional 9 10 Summary and Evaluation Identification of purpose/thesis _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ Summary of article’s main points _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ Discussion of contributions _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ Academic Style Ideas well organized _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ Academic format/mechanics _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ ...
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Ellen W. Gorsevski and Michael L. Butterworth, “Muhammad Ali’s Fighting Words: The
Paradox of Violence in Nonviolent Rhetoric.” Quarterly Journal of Speech, 97 (2011), 5073.
This article is about Muhammad Al, one of the most influential sportsmen the world
could ever have. In addition to his profound skills in sports, Ali was an eloquent speaker, whose
words have been used by sportsmen and also by ordinary men to encourage them. Although Ali
has been a topic of discussion in thousands of articles and books, rhetorical scholars have
ignored him greatly. Ali’s performance was sensational, and led to the evolution of the blac...

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