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The archaeology of women in rhetoric: Rhetorical sequencing as a research method for historical scholarship
Abstract For well over a decade, a number of scholars have argued that a more thorough and representative account of the history of rhetoric can only take place after women are accurately included inExpand
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Greek Rhetoric Before Aristotle
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Recovering the lost art of researching the history of rhetoric
perhaps by its very nature, rhetoric is a subject that attracts interdisciplinary interest. Departments in English, communication, philosophy, linguistics and classical studies have provided us withExpand
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Undergraduate Social Work Manpower and Job Opportunities: A Regional Study.
  • R. Enos
  • Political Science
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Abstract This study deals with the deployment, utilization, and potential future employment opportunities for bachelor's-level social workers based on a survey of social service agencies in theExpand
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Goal setting with pregnant teen-agers.
The program at New Lives a congregate care facility for pregnant adolescents in Fort Worth Texas was designed to meet the needs of pregnant students between the ages of 12 and 20. The majorExpand
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The Literate Mode of Cicero's Legal Rhetoric
The first book to examine closely how the relationship of Cicero s oral and written skills bears on his legal argumentation.Enos argues that, more than any other Roman advocate, Cicero developed aExpand
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The Unity of the Rhetoric
Socrates questions Gorgias: The rhetorical vector of Plato's “Gorgias”
This essay argues that Plato's “Gorgias,” a dialogue lauding dialectic over rhetoric, uses a question-and-answer format as a heuristic of argument. Specific observations are advanced to explain theExpand