Monthly Archives: January 2015

Musings on Digital Rhetoric: Multimodal Literacies and Social Medias as Rhetorical Tools

One of my interests as a writer is understanding how people use different technologies to communicate with one another, to create identities, and as tools for shaping social contexts. When I was an undergraduate at San Diego State, one of … Continue reading

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Musings on Lloyd F. Bitzer’s “The Rhetorical Situation”

Last semester I worked as an assistant for a few undergraduate rhetoric classes here at SDSU, and a concept I saw the instructor constantly emphasis was the idea of “the rhetorical situation.” I observed the instructor’s constant reference to a … Continue reading

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Religion as a Propaganda Tool for Sexism: A Response to Dr. Stephen Kim

Religion is often seen as one of the most divisive social forces that exist, but it can also be seen as psychological framework which drives people to do good. I do not view religion as neither good nor bad, but … Continue reading

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