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Rhetorical & #TechComm Analysis of AT&T "CPNI" Opt-Out Email

As I have mentioned in previous posts (analysis of hacking responses and Kickstarter PR response), as more PR and marketing communications concern technical issues (either directly regarding a technology or technological information about a product or service) there is a need for writers who can write both technical and rhetorically — that is, knowing not just what to say but how and where.

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"We Write Because We Love Them"

Last Monday we had the pleasure of skyping Jeffrey Grabill, Professor of Rhetoric and Professional Writing and Co-Director of the Writing in Digital Environments (WIDE) Research Center at Michigan State University. 538 more words

Every Every Every Generation

A rhetorical analysis of the article “Every Every Every Generation is the Me Me Me Generation” by Elspeth Reeve, which disputes Stein’s article from earlier.

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Shirts and Skins

A rhetorical exercise centered around Lisa Baker’s article “Shirts and Skins: A Talk on Gender” (featured in Independent School journal in 2013).

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Look Before You Leap: Moving Beyond the Obvious

I have the tools and I’m all ready to go. The physical tools are arranged on my desk; laptop, paper, an endless supply of pencils and a sharpener just in case “endless” doesn’t mean what I think it does. 579 more words

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"Last Child in the Woods": An Analysis

A rhetorical analysis of the best selling novel by Richard Louv which focuses on the issue of ‘nature-deficit disorder’ and what can be done to combat it. 1,846 more words

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