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Style : an introduction to history, theory, research, and pedagogy

Brian Ray author.


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  • Title:
    Style : an introduction to history, theory, research, and pedagogy
  • Author: Brian Ray author.
  • Description: Front cover; Series page; Title page; Copyright page; Contents; Acknowledgments; Series Editors' Preface; Anis Bawarshi, Charles Bazerman, and Mary Jo Reiff; 1 What Is Style, and Why Does It Matter?; Definitions of Style; Style as Form and Meaning; Style as Eloquence; Style as Grammar; Style as Voice; Style as Possibility and Risk; Conclusion: A Cacophony of Definitions; 2 Historical Review I: From Ancient Greece through Rome; Style Before the Sophists; Sophists (Fifth and Fourth Centuries BCE); Plato (Fourth Century BCE); Isocrates (Fifth and Fourth Centuries BCE)
    Aristotle (Fourth Century BCE)Roman Style: Cicero and Quintilian; Greco-Roman Rhetorical Curriculum: Imitation and the Progymnasmata; Later Greeks: Demetrius, Hermogenes, and Longinus (First - Fourth Century, CE); Feminist and Non-Western Styles in the Classical and Ancient World; Augustine of Hippo (Fourth and Fifth Centuries CE); 3 Historical Review II: From the Middle Ages through Nineteenth Century US; Boethius (Fifth and Sixth Centuries CE); Christine de Pizan; Renaissance Style; Renaissance Curriculum; Erasmus; The Ramist Watershed
    Style in the Enlightenment and the Standardization of EnglishGutting the Classical Canon: Harvard and the New Curriculum, 1875-1940; 4 Contemporary Views on Style; Style in Publics and Counterpublics; Style, Voice, and Discourse; Bakhtin, Dialogism, and Style; Bakhtin, Classical Rhetoric, and Postmodern Imitation; 5 The Relationship Between Style, Voice, and Grammar; Linguistics and Style in Rhetoric and Composition; Christensen's Rhetoric; Winston Weathers and Alternate Style; Sentence-Combining Pedagogies; Rhetorical Grammar; 6 Frontiers of Style in Rhetoric and Composition
    Language Difference, Linguistic Diversity, and StyleStyle, Voice, and Feedback in Second Language Writing; Women's Writing and Breaking Rules; Style, Academic Genres, and Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC); Style, Digital Genres, and Multimodality; Conclusion; 7 Researching Style: Methods in Rhetoric, Composition, and Related Disciplines; Rhetoric and Composition; Stylistics; Discourse Analysis; Rhetorical Analysis; From Style to Styles: An Overview of Sociolinguistics; Dialectology; Corpus Linguistics and Stylistics; Research(es) on World Englishes and Global English
    8 Teaching Strategies and Best PracticesT. R. Johnson and The Rhetoric of Pleasure; Textbooks: Linguistic and Sociolinguistic Approaches; Approaches Informed by Classical Rhetoric; Mixed Approaches; Final Thoughts on Teaching Style; Glossary; Annotated Bibliography: Further Readings on Style; Works Cited; About the Author; Index; Back cover
  • Publication Date: 2015
  • Publisher: Anderson, South Carolina ; Fort Collins, Colorado : Parlor Press : The WAC Clearinghouse
  • Format: 1 online resource (278 p.).
  • Identifier: ISBN 1-60235-614-9
  • Subjects: Style, Literary -- History; Narration (Rhetoric) -- History; Knowledge, Theory of -- History; Language and education -- History; Electronic books
  • Language: English
  • Source: 01DAL UDM ALMA

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