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Reading Analysis 4: Suburbia

  City of Rhetoric, Suburbia       Within the chapter “Suburbia” in City of Rhetoric, David Fleming argues what “suburban” really means, classifies suburban areas based on levels of segregation, average income, and house ownership, and puts these definitions… Continue Reading →

From Situations to Ecologies: Rhetorical Evolution

Within “Unframing Models of Public Distribution: From Rhetorical Situation to Rhetorical Ecologies”, Jenny Rice argues that rhetorical situations are not restricted to the elements of audience, exigence, and constraints, but rather that rhetorical situations are made up a large network… Continue Reading →

Reading Analysis 2: City of Rhetoric

In the chapter “The Placelessness of Political Theory” in City of Rhetoric, David Fleming discusses political theory and argues that it should be reevaluated and retaught around the idea of the commonplace, a happy medium between republicanism and liberalism where… Continue Reading →

Reading Analysis 1: Schindler

In Part 1 of her paper “Architectural Exclusion: Discrimination and Segregation through Physical Design of the Built Environment”, Sarah Schindler argues that “cities were constructed in ways,” that encourage segregated neighborhoods and prevent people of color and lower socioeconomic status… Continue Reading →

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