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  1. Dec 2016
    1. “And the reason is, they know this whole area’s getting ready to pick up big-time.”

      Gentrification at its finest. It is pushing people out of their homes and forcing them out of their own communities.

  2. Oct 2016
    1. Syverson's ecological approach placcs the "scene" of writing into a field that is distributed and socially situated. W

      seems to be a web and not a ridgid thing...

    2. Although these "goodlbad" sites may even havc fairly solid boundary markers (east of the freeway, downtown, southside of town), we might argue that these sites are not only comprised as such through their location or collection of elements. Instead, they obtain their descriptions as goodlbad sites from the affective and embodied experiences that circulate: feelings of fear or comfort, for instance.

      Rhetoric expands and should account for how people feel, how they identify with a place, not just the physical

    3. Nedra Reynolds argues that it is important "to understand geographies as embodied, and how the process of social construction of space occurs at the level of the body, not just at the level of the city or street or nation"

      So not just environment, personal feeling?

    4. Rather than primarily speaking of rhetoric through the terministie lens of conglomerated clements, I look towards a framework of afJeetive eeolo{J,ies that reeontextualizes rhetorics in their temporal, historical, and lived fluxes.

      What is this talkijng about exactly? She is saying that her version of rhetoric brings various parts together from different periods and frames? Doesnt all rhetoric?

    5. That is, the elements of a rhetorical situation can be re-read against thc historical fluxes in which they move. While the incarnations of rhetorical situation create complex frameworks for understanding a rhetoric's operation in a particular social scene, therefore, both Biesecker and Phelps interrogate the effects of building a model around a "conglomcration" of distinct elements in relation to one another.

      What is she talking about here exactly? Is she saying that when reading rhetoric one must look at the history? Seems a little confusing. I thought that was rhetoric

    6. In yet another critique of Bitzcr, Craig Smith and Scott Lybarger argue that rhctorical situation involves a plurality of exigencies and complex relations betwccn the audience and a rhctorician's intercst.

      This topic sentence connects the new paragraph to the old one, arguing that Smith and Lybargers understanding of rhetorical situations is more concentrated than Bitzer. Thus, her later point has proof using Lybarger and Smith as she shows that scholars have started to debate "rheotrical publicness" to a new degree.

    7. concatcnations

      http://www.dictionary.com/browse/concatenate: definition is To link together

  3. Sep 2016
    1. SI

      "Situationist International"

      "The Situationist International (SI) was an international organization of social revolutionaries made up of avant-garde artists, intellectuals, and political theorists, prominent in Europe from its formation in 1957 to its dissolution in 1972."- Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Situationist_International

    2. flâneur.

      An Idler or Lounger

    1. s, which ultimately

      IC, DC

    2. home, even greate

      DC, IC

    3. , including

      IC, DC

    4. But, more im-portantly, driving past a B P station and into another gas station does not solve the problem of petroleum mining, which led to the Deepwater Horizon tragedy.

      IC, DC

    5. more im-portantly,

      Comma Patterns

    6. , with

      IC, DC

    7. E-mails, Web sites, letters, and even flyers

      W, X, Y, and Z

    8. ,

      DC, IC

    9. a good rhetorical pedagogue's job is to help students become invested.

      This relates to the DC project we will be doing. We choose a place we are passionate about. We become invested because we like and choose the project.

    1. t

      This is important and does have an impact. In Germany, the ruling body of Germany overlooks the Museum to the murdered Jews in order to send a message to the government.

    2. the architecture itself is a form of regulation
    3. t is difficult to show the necessary intent to discriminate, especially in sit-uations involving land use and the built

      This allows people to block off and segregate minority's for reasons that seem clouded in having to do with economics, beauty, or other reasons..wrtg100f16

    4. can

      This is a very true and pressing problem. In poorer places, a lack of sidewalks and safety is everywhere. I see it near my house and home...wrtg100f16