Rhetorical Listening

  title={Rhetorical Listening},
  author={Debian L. Marty},
  journal={Review of Communication},
  pages={74 - 77}
Reviews of recent publications typically summarize an author’s work and evaluate it on its own terms, its contributions to the field of study, and from the reviewer’s perspective. Krista Ratcliffe’s Rhetorical Listening: Identification, Gender, Whiteness implicitly invites her audience to rethink the process, to move from re-viewing to rhetorical listening. This shift, as she describes it, goes beyond reading ‘‘simply for what we can agree with or challenge’’ to listening ‘‘for the exiled… 
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