Browse the Norlin Stacks by relevant call numbers.
|Theory and Practice of Education||LB 3-3640|
|Literacy and Illiteracy||LC 149-161|
|Interpersonal Communication||P 94|
|Semiotics. Signs and Symbols||P 99|
|Comparative Grammar||P 201-299|
|Rhetoric. Composition. Discourse Analysis||P 301-302|
|Modern English||PE 1001-1693|
|Technique. Literary Composition, etc.||PN 172-239|
|Oratory. Elocution, etc.||PN 4001-4355|
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ethos: appeal to character or authority
logos: appeal to logic and reason
pathos: appeal to emotion
Canons of Rhetoric
kairos: opportune moment, the right appeal to the right audience
decorum: fitting one's speech to the context and audience
doxa: public opinion, commonly held belief
lexis: style and delivery
stasis: key point at issue in a debate