Chapter 3: Rhetorical Analysis

Below is the credit for Chapter 3: Rhetorical Analysis

Critical Thinking by Andrew Gurevich is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted is the primary text used in sections 3.1. This text was also heavily blended with Rhetoric and Persuasion by cwilliams1 in section 3.2 in order to create a more complete discussion surrounding the appeals.

The primary texts used in 3.2 are

Academic Writing I by Lumen Learning is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted is the primary text used in section 3.3. This section had several additions by Brittany Seay in order to create a derivative that looked at the rhetorical situation as it connects to the student’s writing (Academic Writing I) and using those same terms to rhetorically analyze a medium that was not written by the student (Brittany Seay).

The primary texts used in 3.4 are

Section 3.5 “Rhetorical Analysis: End-of-Chapter Exercises” was written by Brittany Seay.

 

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