CSCL3310W: The Rhetoric of Everyday Life

3 CreditsBiological SciencesCivic Life and EthicsEnvironmentWriting Intensive

How discourse reproduces consciousness and persuades us to accept that consciousness and the power supporting it. Literary language, advertising, electronic media; film, visual and musical arts, built environment, and performance. Techniques for analyzing language, material culture, and performance. (previously 3173W)

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