ERIC Number: ED069009
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1971
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The Rhetoric of Women's Liberation.
Chesebro, James W., Ed.; Cragan, John F., Ed.
Moments in Contemporary Rhetoric and Communication, v1 n2 p1-58 Fall 1971
This quarterly, student published journal is a forum for student writing on contemporary rhetoric. The focus of this issue is the rhetoric of Women's Liberation. Women discuss major philosophical and political issues effecting women. The articles include: "The Rhetoric of Women's Liberation;""The Demands of Revolutionary Women at the Outset of the 1970's;""A Study of the Images Produced Through the Use of the Male Pronoun as the Generic;""Women's Liberation: A Rhetorical Problem;""Germaine Greer: A Call to Women's Liberation;""Women's Liberation, The Radical Lesbian, and Rhetorical Choices;" and "On Liberation and Ritual Rebirth: A Review of Jill Johnson's 'On a Clear Day You Can See Your Mother.'"The issue also contains a discussion of the non-logical approach to decision making as applicable to the dilemma of American draftees, through comparison with the major characters in three of Camus' novels; examination of the rhetoric of municipal self-determination as advanced by New York City Mayor John Lindsay; an analysis of "A Radiclib's Candidacy for the Senate--Earl Craig, Jr's Compaign for the Minnesota State Senate; and utilization of the dramatistic process in analysis of a speech by Edward R. Murrow. (Author/LG)
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Authoring Institution: Student Press, Minneapolis, Minn.