Rhetorical Stance - in Non-academic Communities

In Non-academic Communities

An author or speaker takes a rhetorical stance in all communications, not only public address, formal argument, or academic essays. Although one finds the bulk of the discussion on rhetorical stance in academia, myriad “other-than-academic communities,” such as business, the law, journalism/media, religious institutions, and politics, utilize and discuss theories of rhetorical stance.

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