Elizabeth Lopez

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This paper presents a simulation model of the operations in the Labor and Delivery Rooms at Jackson Memorial Hospital. A thorough analysis of the contents of hospital's databases revealed that although there is a significant amount of data, some of it is not usable. Nonetheless, with the available data, it was possible to establish relatively good inputs(More)
This thesis aspires to give voice to Jordynn Jack and L. Greggory Appelbaum's call for more research in Neurorhetorics. The first chapter reviews the pertinent literature encompassing what is titled, " The Rhetoric of Science, " noting appropriate concepts, arguments, and theories. The second chapter provides an introduction to fundamental ideas in(More)
The word " queer " generates mixed feelings. For some, it is a way to denigrate gays and lesbians, though, in recent years, those in LGBT communities have re-appropriated the term and have given it a more positive spin. This project aims to investigate exactly that kind of social action, specifically, looking at the way some take socially constructed norms(More)
This thesis explores ways evangelical Christian communicators remediate traditional ministry functions and community formation onto new media platforms. This exploration is framed by a discussion of literacy and digital composing reflecting Stuart Selber's multiliteracy approach to teaching digital composition. The author positions evangelical churches'(More)
This thesis analyzes public " nurse-ins " and breastfeeding activism of the past decade, examining public breastfeeding demonstrations as an example of collective rhetoric in which the individual is empowered in its relation to the masses. The author discusses the potential of collective rhetoric to reintroduce feminist activism at a time dominated by(More)
  • Matthew Sansbury, MATTHEW SANSBURY, Matthew Paul Sansbury, Mary Hocks, Elizabeth Lopez
  • 2015
Dating back to the dialectic between Socrates and Plato, innovative technologies have disrupted the traditions of discourse and created cultural divisions relevant to composition studies. These conversations are echoed in the Twentieth Century through the work of Melvin Kranzberg. Looking to the future, he sought to record the history of technology to(More)
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