Rhetoric & Communication Research Network

Rhetoric & Communication

From the ancient Greeks to new media, from politics to the workplace, rhetoric and communication studies address the means by which people communicate and the skills and strategies that make that communication effective. The Rhetoric & Communication Research Network indexes scholarly research into writing, media studies, new media communication, argumentation and persuasion, ancient and contemporary rhetoric and communication theory, and much more. Together with SSRN’s journals in classics, philosophy, and cognitive science, the Rhetoric & Communication Research Network provides a unique window on current and historical approaches to communication.

Rhetoric & Communication Papers

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