I’m an economics major; I love reading any and all things written by my fellow economists. That is what brought me to this blog post by Ben Casselman. 608 more words
22 hours, 47 minutes ago
The podcast I decided to analyze is titled “Stuff You Should Know” by howstuffworks.com.
I chose to analyze this podcast because it was sent to me in an e-mail titled “5 Podcasts That Will Save You From Small Talk”. 833 more words
1 day, 2 hours ago
This single panel comic by Doug Marlette, famous for his Kudzu comics, was the last one he created and published before his accidental death in 2007. 625 more words
The blog post I will be analyzing as a written mode of communication can be found here on whatimhere4’s WordPress site. It was written by Steve Benko. 647 more words
1 day, 5 hours ago
14 March 2016
Who Gets the Right to Speak?
The right to free speech seems like an unquestionable right to those of the developed world. People almost always have the ability to speak their mind, no matter what opinion they may have. 1,332 more words
4 days ago
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For my rhetorical analysis on podcasts, I decided to analyze an episode of the Bret Easton Ellis (B.E.E.) Show. As a podcast junkie, it was borderline torturous in choosing which show I wanted to write about. 1,039 more words
4 days, 6 hours ago
A rhetorical analysis of The Far Side comics.
I chose Far Side for its surrealistic humor and roots in the biological sciences. I’m going to show you one of my favorite… 700 more words
2 weeks, 4 days ago