Annotated Bibliography 5 & 6

Method: Greg Dickinson. “Joe’s rhetoric: Finding authenticity at Starbucks.”  Rhetoric Society Quarterly, vol 32, Iss. 4,2002, June 2009, pp. 5-27. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02773940209391238, doi: 10.1080/02773940209391238 In his article, “Joe’s rhetoric: Finding authenticity at Starbucks” by Greg Dickinson, he discusses the rhetorical strategies used by Starbucks to draw lure in consumers and keep them happy.  For example, Starbucks places the […]

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Coffee Drinking is a Culture

Background: Schneider, Robert. “Coffee Culture”: Hot Coffee + Cool Spaces. The Images Publishing, 2016. In his book, “Coffee Culture: Hot Coffee + Cool Spaces” by Robert Schneider, he describes thirty-three different interesting coffee shops located all around the United States. Each shop has a unique setting and location including historical buildings, art useless, arcades, and even an […]

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The Lives of Animals

“…open your heart and listen to what your heart says.” Do animals have rights? Do human beings have duties toward them regardless of whether they have rights? What kind of souls do animals have? What kind do we have? – The Lives of Animals (1999) by J.M. Coetzee This quote, taken from Coetzee’s book on […]

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@SnoopDogg

“Can you imagine what the outcry would be if @SnoopDogg, failing career and all, had aimed and fired the gun at President Obama? Jail time!” – Donald Trump This is a very interesting tweet by Donald Trump. Not only does he insult a celebrity, directly, but also insults the american people. He is saying that, we […]

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They even have a roastery!

Digital Archive 1: As I am sure you have realized by now, Compass Coffee, is no average coffee shop. Approaching the shop, Compass has its’ name displayed in bright orange. Orange doesn’t only stimulate the appetite by encouraging feelings of hunger and contentment but is also found in citrus fruit and is associated with a […]

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