Workplace Democracy And The Problem Of Equality, 2019 Utah State University
Workplace Democracy And The Problem Of Equality, Jared S. Colton, Avery C. Edenfield, Steve Holmes
English Faculty Publications
Purpose: Professional communicators are becoming more invested in unique configurations of power in organizations, including non-hierarchical and democratic workplaces. While organizations dedicated to democratic processes may enact power differently than conventional organizations, they may fall short of practicing equality. This article explains the differences in non-hierarchical workplaces, considers businesses where democracy is a goal, and argues for considering equality as a habitual practice, particularly when writing regulatory documents.
Method: We conduct a review of the literature on non-hierarchical workplaces and organizational democracy, applying Jacques Rancière’s concept of equality to two examples (one using primary data collection and one using ...
Rhetoric Of Labelling, Hatred, Oppression - Handout 2.Pdf, 2019 Selected Works
Rhetoric Of Labelling, Hatred, Oppression - Handout 2.Pdf, Jon P. Radwan
Jon P. Radwan
Handwritten Note: Innocents, 2019 University of North Florida
Handwritten Note: Innocents, Edna Louise Saffy
Saffy Collection - All Textual Materials
Personal note, Dr. Edna Louise Saffy. No date given. Box: 2 Folder: 5
Letter From Edna Saffy To Bill Renfro, 2019 University of North Florida
Letter From Edna Saffy To Bill Renfro, Edna Louise Saffy
Saffy Collection - All Textual Materials
Personal correspondence from Dr. Edna L. Saffy to Bill Renfro. No date given. Box: 2 Folder: 5
William Mardell Lynch Papers, 1939-2003, 2019 Abilene Christian University
William Mardell Lynch Papers, 1939-2003, William Mardell Lynch
Center for Restoration Studies Archives, Manuscripts and Personal Papers Finding Aids
Finding aid for the William Mardell Lynch Papers, 1939-2003.
Frameworks For Collaboration: Articulating Information Literacy, And Rhetoric And Writing Goals In The Archives, 2019 Santa Clara University
Frameworks For Collaboration: Articulating Information Literacy, And Rhetoric And Writing Goals In The Archives, Amy J. Lueck, Nadia Nasr
Staff publications, research, and presentations
Rhetoric and composition scholars have recently called our attention to the value of archival research in the undergraduate classroom, leading to rich collaborations with archivists and librarians at many institutions. As we engaged our own pedagogical collaboration as a university archivist and English faculty member, we realized that, though we might use slightly different language to articulate them or cite different sources in support of them, many of our learning goals overlapped. As we explored these goals together, we realized that they evidenced a correspondence in our disciplines that we had not explored—one that is reflected in our fields ...
The Relationship Between Rock Climbing And Total Body Strength And Endurance, 2019 Georgia College and State University
The Relationship Between Rock Climbing And Total Body Strength And Endurance, Madison Gamma, Alexa Bruce, Madison Massey, Ashlee Cordero
Purpose: The purpose of our study was to assess the relationship between muscular strength and endurance and time to complete a rock wall climb.
Methods: The researchers of this study tested 22 participants ranging from 19-25 years of age. An informed consent and a Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire (PARQ+) form were completed by each individual before being cleared to participate in this study. Data collection was completed on two separate days. On the first day, participants completed four fitness tests which consisted of a hand grip strength assessment, a 10-repetition maximum (RM) leg press, a flexed arm hang test, and ...
Revealing The Face Of Islamophobia: A Critical Evaluation Of Western Feminism, 2019 Georgia College and State University
Revealing The Face Of Islamophobia: A Critical Evaluation Of Western Feminism, Kelley Quinn
This paper will dive into the various pharisaical views and practices by governments and cultures through an intersectional feminist lens. Throughout the world, cultures shape the definition of appropriate and expected dress, particularly for women. In previous years, the covering of woman’s hair and/or face was a systemic oppression forced on by a patriarchal government. These women have made efforts to reclaim this clothing by enforcing a choice to wear or to not wear the garment. Western Feminism, however, still views these women as oppressed and forces them to remove their covering, such as making it illegal to ...
Becoming His Work By Hearing His Word: A Gospel Communication Plan For Bellwether Church, 2019 Fuller Theological Seminary
Becoming His Work By Hearing His Word: A Gospel Communication Plan For Bellwether Church, John H. Tate
Doctor of Ministry Projects
The goal of this study is to develop a communication plan for Bellwether Community Church. It is argued throughout the paper that this church, located in the Bible Belt, needs a comprehensive program to assist its congregation in living out the gospel through discipleship, apologetics, and evangelism. This program is implemented in Bellwether Community Church over a two–year timeframe.
This program emphasizes preaching as the primary means of communication and the overall plan focuses on the preaching series. However, preaching is only one means of the plan, as it also includes intentional equipping classes, small group curriculum, written devotions ...
Delivery, Facilitas, And Copia : Job Market Preparation And The Revival Of The Fifth Canon., 2019 University of Louisville
Delivery, Facilitas, And Copia : Job Market Preparation And The Revival Of The Fifth Canon., Joseph Turner
This essay argues that English Studies departments should implement training programs in oral delivery strategies for graduate students seeking tenure track employment. A sample a 13-week training program, modeled on elements of classical rhetorical pedagogy, can help students develop and refine stills in oral delivery necessary for academic job interviews.
A Case Study Of The Arapahoe High School Shooting: Representations Of School Shootings In News Media And Art, 2019 University of Colorado, Boulder
A Case Study Of The Arapahoe High School Shooting: Representations Of School Shootings In News Media And Art, Chelsea Magyar
Communication Undergraduate Honors Theses
The moments of terror, emergency, and helplessness that unfold during a crisis extend beyond their initial occurrence through narrative. The stories that emerged from the December 13, 2013, Arapahoe High School shooting in news articles written by The Denver Post and in the survivor-authored play Thirteen provided different narratives about crisis and offered different ways to make sense of a traumatic event. Brummett (1984) highlighted the importance of communication in making sense of crisis by tasking the Burkean rhetorical critic to identify “the modes of discourse enjoying currency in a society and to link discourse to the real situations for ...
Writing For The Humanities And Arts, 2019 CUNY City College
Writing For The Humanities And Arts, Shamecca A. Harris
Open Educational Resources
This dynamic English Composition course asks students to both create and engage with texts, in a variety of forms, that demonstrate how culture and personal experience inform a writer’s work. In this class, students will read and write voraciously about social, political, economic and cultural issues that influence their lived experiences and use the conventions of multiple genres to both reflect and respond to the times in which they live. Moreover, they will also consciously consider what it means to write academically at the college level through regular self-reflection and revision. In doing so, students will strengthen their rhetorical ...
Teaching Visual Literacies: The Case Of The Great American Dust Bowl, 2019 University of New Mexico
Teaching Visual Literacies: The Case Of The Great American Dust Bowl, Mary F. Rice, Ashley K. Dallacqua
SANE journal: Sequential Art Narrative in Education
Teachers and students require a range of tools to engage with visual texts. Using The Great American Dust Bowlby Don Brown (2013) as an exemplar text, we outline four conceptions of visual literacy: rhetorical, instructional, industrial and visuo-spatial and discuss their use in our literacy education practice. In addition, we provide a brief model of a second text, The Arrival (Tan, 2013) and a list of suggested texts for students at different levels (elementary, middle, and high school). We argue that these tools have the potential to deepen conceptions of visual literacies and empower teachers and students to understand ...
A Question Of Identity: God And The Human Crisis In William Blake’S The Marriage Of Heaven And Hell And Songs Of Innocence And Experience, Hannah R. Lindquist
In his works, The Marriage of Heaven and Hell and Songs of Innocence and Experience, William Blake explores traditional constructs and philosophies of good and evil, challenging the status quo, and criticizing the way that humankind treats their fellowmen. Additionally, Blake points out errors in the man-made social and religious structures and institutions, and, the consequences of these said structures and institutions. Blake addresses the identity and existence of God as both an individual entity and as he is presented by religious individuals. God, in Blake’s Marriage of Heaven and Hell and Songs of Innocence and Experience, is presented ...
Untitled Unknown, 2019 Virginia Commonwealth University
Untitled Unknown, Taylor Simone Stewart
Theses and Dissertations
This article is the first of a series exploring domination culture through the ways narrative has been indoctrinated as reality and weaponized as a holding cell for captives. Within this exploration, the narrative of domination is placed in relation to higher dimensional realms of the unknown; this being the before and after of domination culture. This positioning will allow for the reality of a simultaneous existence within the labyrinth of domination and a higher dimensional unknown to be framed. Within this series of articles, I question the roll of the rogue characters shamanistic agents of resisting domination, the fear of ...
Digital Rhetoric Of Cosmopolitanism: A Case Study Of Thai Students At Michigan Technological University, 2019 Michigan Technological University
Digital Rhetoric Of Cosmopolitanism: A Case Study Of Thai Students At Michigan Technological University, Aranya Srijongjai
Dissertations, Master's Theses and Master's Reports
This dissertation lies at the intersection of social sciences and humanities. It aims to examine digital rhetoric of cosmopolitanism of people from a marginalized culture as situated in the context of a transnational experience. I view that this rhetoric encompasses digital practices of cosmopolitanism or cosmopolitan repertoire, a set of skills or strategies used in communication via social media in everyday life. I also argue that this rhetoric is connected to other elements in its broader social and cultural networks.
To illustrate these ideas, a case study of Thai students at Michigan Technological University in the United States is conducted ...
Signaling Illiberalism: Democratic Backsliding. A Case Study Of Germany And Hungary., 2019 University of Colorado, Boulder
Signaling Illiberalism: Democratic Backsliding. A Case Study Of Germany And Hungary., Emily Schweitzberger
Undergraduate Honors Theses
In the past decade, the decline, or backsliding, of democracy has reemerged as a concern in international affairs with many leaders overstepping constitutional restraints to accumulate power in their hands. While democratic backsliding occurs in various ways and in regions all over the world, Europe has struggled to control its spread as populist parties become closer and closer to taking power with each election cycle. In this paper, I examine the cases of Germany and Hungary, which share similar historical and cultural backgrounds yet differ in their democratic strengths: Germany remains a strong beacon of Western, liberal democracy, but Hungary ...
Myth, Power, And The Other: The Shared Rhetoric Of Empire Between The Classical Mediterranean And Victorian Britain, 2019 University of Colorado, Boulder
Myth, Power, And The Other: The Shared Rhetoric Of Empire Between The Classical Mediterranean And Victorian Britain, Cara Redalen
Undergraduate Honors Theses
This thesis traces the continuity of rhetoric concerning empire from ancient Greece, to Rome, and to Victorian Britain. Through examining theory, literature, and visual arts, this thesis will unpack both ancient and Victorian forms of representation and rhetoric. It charts the development of these forms of representation across centuries, exposing a persistence of thought and ultimately arguing for the force of this rhetorical tradition for defining societal status and bolstering imperial power. The thesis is divided into two main areas of focus: The Creation of the Other and Myth. The Creation of the Other section examines literature to demonstrate how ...
Wiki Glossary Challenge - Nca Online Course Assignments, 2018 Selected Works
Wiki Glossary Challenge - Nca Online Course Assignments, Jon P. Radwan
Jon P. Radwan
Undergraduate Voices, Volume 1 (2018): Addendum, 2018 University of Dayton
Undergraduate Voices, Volume 1 (2018): Addendum, Amir Kalan
Additional articles approved for publication in December 2018 in Volume 1.