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Quarterly Journal of Speech
Volume 104(3), 2018
(Other issues)

 
CONTENTS
 
Hayden, Sara Toward a collective rhetoric rooted in choice: Consciousness raising in the Boston Women's Health Book Collective's Ourselves and Our Children. 235-256
 
  Contemporary feminists struggle over 'choice.' A central demand of the second wave, some feminists insist on the continued significance of choice to their activism and theorizing; others are critical of the term, arguing that an emphasis on choice diverts attention from political issues and blames women for the oppressions they experience 
 
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contemporary issues
rhetoric
gender
 
 
Bennett, Jeffrey A. Containing Sotomayor: Rhetorics of personal restraint, judicial prudence, and diabetes management. 257-278
 
  This essay explores how rhetorics of diabetes management informed Sonia Sotomayor's judicial persona during her ascent to the Supreme Court 
 
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gender
demographics
rhetoric
law
health
gender
 
 
Houdek, Matthew Racial sedimentation and the common sense of racialized violence: The case of black church burnings. 279-306
 
  I theorize how the common sense of racialized violence, manifest in public discourse, is engendered by the rhetorical process of racial sedimentation 
 
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African American issues and civil rights
rhetoric
history
 
 
Penman, Will A field-based rhetorical critique of ethical accountability. 307-328
 
  This essay suggests that the concept of interdependence provides a rhetorical telos for research ethics 
 
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rhetoric
methodology
 
 
Mack, Ashley Noel, and McCann, Bryan J. Critiquing state and gendered violence in the age of (hashtag) MeToo. 329-344
 
  In 2007, Carolyn Bryant Donham admitted that 14-year-old Emmet Till did not, in fact, sexually harass and accost her in a Mississippi grocery store in 1955 
 
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African American issues and civil rights
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