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FYI: Routledge Handbook of Descriptive Rhetorical Studies and World Languages

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Date: 21-Jan-2022
From: Weixiao Wei <wwei21cougarnet.uh.edu>
Subject: Routledge Handbook of Descriptive Rhetorical Studies and World Languages
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Routledge Handbook of Descriptive Rhetorical Studies and World Languages
Editors: Weixiao Wei and Chris Shei

We currently have 30 chapters below. We are calling for 20 more papers to submit by July 2022.

I. English rhetoric in the US and UK
1. Rhetoric and Corporate Silence
2. Identity Construction in British Political Rhetoric
3. Argumentation in Political Speeches by Joe Biden and Barack Obama: the Democrat’s Linguistic Stance towards Migration in Electoral Campaigns
4. The Ethos- Pathos continuum in the "obrigado" campaign during SARS-cov-2 pandemic
5. The Failing Essay: Critical Pedagogy and the Shifting Rhetoric within Academic Discourse Modes
6. Limited Definitions of Diversity: A Rhetorical Analysis of First-Year Composition Textbooks and Open Education Resources
7. Demonstrating and debating climate change: the function of rhetoric from scientific texts to the public
8. Discursive Strategies of Persuasion in Media Rhetoric: the Case of the Film Review Genre
9. Rhetorical Appeals in Social Media

II. Rhetoric in European languages
10. The rhetoric of the immigration discourse of far-right parties in Europe: A case study
11. Visual Rhetoric of Otherness
12. Discursive Strategies of Persuasion in Media Rhetoric: the Case of the Film Review Genre
13. Between adversariness and compromise: a rhetorical analysis of contemporary Greek political discourse in times of crisis
14. A descriptive study of rhetoric in a Croatian political discourse
15. Rhetoric of Polish political discourse on family
16. Emotional rationality as an indicator of rhetoric discourse in Polish agricultural texts
17. Multimodal nationalist rhetoric in Finland
18. From the learning of classical rhetoric to the learning of communication

III. Rhetoric in Asian languages
19. Rhetorical devices in modern Japanese
20. A descriptive study of rhetoric in the Korean business text
21. Rhetorical Evidence on Oracle Bone Inscriptions in Shang Dynasty: The Real Origin of Chinese Rhetoric from 1600 B.C.
22. A Descriptive Study of Rhetoric in Arabic
23. Modern studies on Arabic rhetoric
24. Contemporary Chinese rhetoric as seen in China’s diplomatic discourse

IV. Towards a new paradigm in rhetorical studies
25. Gods of the Thresholds: Liminality and Analogy as Rhetorical Theory in Ancient Global Myth
26. A/cross Languages: Interaction, Hierarchization, and African Linguistic Conditions
27. The rhetoric of linguists: proposition of an analytical framework
28. Rhetoric of Russian Civilizational Identity: Case Study of Patriarch Kirill’s Discourse
29. Gastronomy: A representation as cultural phenomenon in cinema
30. Hate rhetoric: racism, machismo, sexual prejudice and xenophobia in Brazil today

Please submit your title with abstract, author name(s) and institution(s) to: wwei21cougarnet.uh.edu. You must be able to complete the proposed chapter by July 2022.

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics


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