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ENGL3500 - Study Of Persuasion

Spring 2020

This course explores the nature and place of discourse, especially persuasive discourse, in society and in history. Much attention is given to classical, modern, and contemporary rhetorical systems; to the mutual influence of rhetoric and other academic disciplines; and to the relationship of rhetoric, communication, and various media. Also considered are rhetorical criticism, audience-text-writer constraints, and how these constraints interact to make meaning.
Prerequisites: CSCM1030 (COSK2220) or CSHR1030 (COSK2225) and any ELIT course
3 Credits

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Credits: 3
Days: ONLINE
Location: Internet/ Online
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Time: -
Instructor: Lawson
Session: 1 (08/30 - 12/17/21)
Term: Fall 2021
Prerequisites: CSCM1030 (COSK2220) or CSHR1030 (COSK2225) and any ELIT course 3 Credits
This course satisfies part of the Communication Skills graduation requirement.
Course is taught Fully Online.