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Digital Rhetoric: Theory, Method, Practice

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Digital Rhetoric: Theory, Method, Practice
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Publisher: University of Michigan Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0472072684
ISBN-13: 9780472072682
Number of pages: 176

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What is digital rhetoric? This book aims to answer that question by looking at a number of interrelated histories, as well as evaluating a wide range of methods and practices from fields in the humanities, social sciences, and information sciences to determine what might constitute the work and the world of digital rhetoric.

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