Dialogics: Sources in Rhetorical Theory

Comprehensive on Mikhail Bakhtin's influence on rhetorical theory and criticism.


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Bialostosky, Don. "Bakhtin's 'Rough Draft': Toward a Philosophy of the Act, Ethics, and Composition Studies." Rhetoric Review 18 (1999): 6-24.

Bialostosky, Don. "Booth, Bakhtin, and the Culture of Criticism." Rhetoric and Pluralism: Legacies of Wayne Booth. Ed. Frederick J. Antczak. Columbus: Ohio State UP, 1995. 88-103.

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Chanan, Michael. "The Documentary Chronotope." Jump Cut 43 (2000): 56-61.

Comprone, Joseph J. "The Literacies of Science and the Humanities: The Monologic and Dialogic Traditions." Farther Along: Transforming Dichotomies in Rhetoric and Composition. Ed. Kate Ronald and Hephzibah Roskelly. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook, 1990. 52-70.

Dentith, Simon. "Bakhtin versus Rhetoric?" Language and Discourse 3 (1995): 3-17.

Dixon, Kathleen. "The Dialogic Genres of Oprah Winfrey's 'Crying Shame." Journal of Popular Culture 35 (2001): 171-191.

Dunne, Michael. "Wild at Heart Three Ways: Lynch, Gifford, Bakhtin." Literature/Film Quarterly 231 (1995): 6-13.

Elsley, Judy. "The Rhetoric of the NAMES Project AIDS Quilt: Reading the Text(ile)." AIDS: The Literary Response. Ed. Emmanuel S. Nelson. New York: Twayne, 1992. 187-196.

Evans, Fred. "Cognitive Psychology, Phenomenology, and 'the Creative Tension of Voices'." Philosophy and Rhetoric 24 (1991): 105-127.

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Garvey, T. Gregory. "The Value of Opacity: A Bakhtinian Analysis of Habermas's Discourse Ethics." Philosophy & Rhetoric 33 (2000): 370-390.

Glover, Kyle S. "Environmental Discourse and Bakhtinian Dialogue: Toward a Dialogic Rhetoric of Diversity." Technical Communication, Deliberative Rhetoric, and Environmental Discourse: Connections and Directions. Ed. Nancy W. Coppola, Bill Karis, and M. Jimmie Killingsworth. Stamford, CT: Ablex, 2000. 37-54.

Halasek, Kay. "Feminism and Bakhtin: Dialogic Reading in the Academy." Rhetoric Society Quarterly 22 (1992); 63-74.

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Harris, R. Allen. "Bakhtin, Phaedrus, and the Geometry of Rhetoric." Rhetoric Review 6 (1988): 171-176.

HopKins, M. F. "The Rhetoric of Heteroglossia in Flannery O'Connor's Wise Blood. Quarterly Journal of Speech 75 (1989): 198-211.

Hoy, Mikita. "Joyful Mayhem: Bakhtin, Football Songs, and the Carnivalesque." Text and Performance Quarterly 14 (1994): 289-304.

Kent, Thomas. "Paralogic Hermeneutics and the Possibilities of Rhetoric." Rhetoric Review 8 (1989): 24-42.

Kisthardt, Melanie J. "Flirting with Patriarchy: Feminist Dialogics." The Stowe Debate: Rhetorical Strategies in Uncle Tom'-s Cabin. Ed. Mason I. Lowance, Ellen E. Westbrook, and R. C. De Prospo. Amherst: U of Massachusetts P, 1994.

Jasinski, James. "Heteroglossia, Polyphony, and The Federalist Papers." Rhetoric Society Quarterly 27 (1997): 23-46.

Kaplan, Andrew "Conversing with Other Minds: A Symposium of Themes." Philosophy and Rhetoric 28 (1995): 105-121.

Kumamoto, Chikako D. "Bakhtin's Others and Writing as Bearing Witness to the Eloquent 'I'." College Composition and Communication 54 (2002): 66-87.

Lachmann, Renate. "Dialogisches Denken und Rhetorik bei Michail Bachtin." Jahrhundertbucher: Grosse Theorien von Freud bis Luhmann. Ed. Walter Erhart u. Herbert Jaumann. Munich: Beck, 2000. 224-244.

Lee, Wen-Shu. "On Not Missing the Boat: A Processual Method for Inter/cultural Understanding of Idioms and Lifeworld." Journal of Applied Communication Research 22 (1994): 141-161.

Linetski, Vadim. "Bakhtin's Words: There Is No Alibi for Writing (Why Freud Was Not a Creative Writer)." Enculturation: A Journal for Rhetoric, Writing and Culture 1.1 (1997).

Locher, Michael A., and Stanton E. F. Wortham. "The Cast of the News." Pragmatics 4 (1994): 517-533.

McClellan, William. "The Dialogic Other: Bakhtin's Theory of Rhetoric." Discours-Social/Social-Discourse 3 (1990): 233-249.

McClellan, William, and Lars Engle. "Bakhtin's Theory of Dialogic Discourse, Medieval Rhetorical Theory, and the Multi-Voiced Structure of the Clerk's Tale." Exemplaria: A Journal of Theory in Medieval and Renaissance Studies 1 (1989): 461-497.

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Montesano, Mark. "Kairos and Kerygma: The Rhetoric of Christian Proclamation." Rhetoric Society Quarterly 25 (1995): 164-178.

Murphy, John M. "Critical Rhetoric as Political Discourse." Argumentation and Advocacy 32 (1995): 1-15.

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Newcomb, Horace M. "On the Dialogic Aspects of Mass Communication." Critical Studies in Mass Communication 1 (1984): 34-50.

Pollock, Della. "The Play as Novel: Reappropriating Brecht's Drums in the Night." Quarterly Journal of Speech 74 (1988): 296-309.

Ramsay, Christine. "Dead Queers: One Legacy of the Trope of 'Mind Over Matter' in the Films of David Cronenberg." Canadian Journal of Film Studies = Revue canadienne d'├ętudes cinematographiques 8 (1999): 45-62.

Sapienza, Filipp. "Mikhail Bakhtin, Vyacheslav Ivanov, and the Rhetorical Culture of the Russian Third Renaissance." Philosophy & Rhetoric 37/2 (2004): 123-142.

Sarch, Amy. "Those Dirty Ads! Birth control Advertising in the 1920s and 1930s." Critical Studies in Mass Communication 13 (1997): 31-48.

Schuster, Charles I. "Mikhail Bakhtin as Rhetorical Theorist." College English 47 (1985): 594-607.

Sobchack, Tom. "Bakhtin's 'Carnivalesque' in 1950's British Comedy." Journal of Popular Film and Television 234 (1996): 179-185.

Zappen, James P. "Bakhtin's Socrates." Rhetoric Review 15 (1996): 66-83.

Zebroski, James Thomas. "Mikhail Bakhtin and the Question of Rhetoric." Rhetoric Society Quarterly 22 (1992): 22-28.

Zulick, Margaret D. "The Agon of Jeremiah: On the Dialogic Invention of Prophetic Ethos." Quarterly Journal of Speech 78 (1992): 125-148.

—-. "Generative Rhetoric and Public Argument: A Classical Approach." Argumentation and Advocacy 33 (1997): 109-119.

—-. "Pursuing Controversy: Kristeva's Split Subject, Bakhtin's Many-Tongued World." Argumentation and Advocacy 28 (1991): 91-102.

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