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Environmental Melodrama
Rhetorical scholarship criticizes melodrama for its tendency to simplify and reify public controversies and valorizes the comic frame as an ethically superior mode of rhetoric. These judgments areExpand
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Narratives, Rhetorical Genres, and Environmental Conflict: Responses to Schwarze's “Environmental Melodrama”
The appearance of Steven Schwarze's essay, “Environmental Melodrama” (Schwarze, 2006) as the lead article in a recent issue of The Quarterly Journal of Speech marks an important moment of recognitionExpand
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Performing phronesis : The case of isocrates' Helen
Soulevant le paradoxe de la dimension particuliere de la phronesis et de la possibilite d'une theorie generale de la phronesis telle qu'Aristote en developpe une dans l'«Ethique a Nicomaque», l'A.Expand
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Environmental Communication as a Discipline of Crisis
This essay interprets Cox's keynote as a call for environmental communication to reorient itself as a form of ideological criticism and identifies the potential pitfalls of heeding that call. First,Expand
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Corporate-State Irresponsibility, Critical Publicity, And Asbestos Exposure In Libby, Montana
The story of asbestos exposure in Libby, Montana, should cement W. R. Grace’s place in the annals of corporate irresponsibility. Although the company is perhaps better known for its toxic dumping inExpand
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Targeting plasma membrane GRP78 for cancer growth inhibition
Commentary to: Ligation of cell surface GRP78 with antibody directed against the COOH-terminal domain of GRP78 suppresses Ras/MAPK and PI 3-kinase/AKT signaling while promoting caspase activation inExpand
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Corporate Ventriloquism: Corporate Advocacy, the Coal Industry, and the Appropriation of Voice
In the second decade of the 21st century, the U.S. coal industry is facing unprecedented challenges. While for many years coal provided nearly half of U.S. electricity, in the spring of 2012 thatExpand
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Engaging the Public in Novel Ecosystems
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