Writing and Rhetoric
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

2010 Theses

2010

"Overcoming Mere Rhetoric: Cross-Disciplinary Rhetorical Education and Development" 
Jennifer Borwey

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"Charting the Future for Newspapers" 
Jonathan Kelly

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"Friending The Government: Why U.S. Government Social Media Websites Do Not Function As Public Spheres And What Can Be Done To Promote Civic Participation" 
Rebecca E. LaPaze

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"Application of Oral History Genre in Organizational Writing: A Study of Oral History Collection and Production at the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO)" 
Sharon Moreno

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"The Flip-side of Gender Stereotyping in Sports Media : Reinventing the Female Athlete in Title Nine
Rebekah Musgrove

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"Unstable Situations: A Rhetorical Approach to Studying Blogs about Muslims" 
Fatima Pashaei

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"The Future of History: It's All About the Web" 
Jessica Pritchard

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"Science and Fiction in Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems and Somnium: Galileo's and Kepler's Literary Techniques for Discussing Scientific Theories" 
Jennifer Rahm

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"Situated Resistance: Document Cycling And Power In The Workplace" 
Yvonne Rannels

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"Writing within the Modern Machine" 
Alison Sbeih

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"The Intersection Of Voice And Policy: How Collaborative Writing In A Congressional Office Generates A Public Voice" 
Malisah M. Small

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"Facebook and the Changing Rhetorical Situation" 
Maureen Soyars

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