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Rhetorical Analysis

Knowing how to conduct a rhetorical analysis can be useful in academic contexts and in your daily life. So what exactly is a rhetorical analysis? According to Moxley and Staggers, a rhetorical analysis isthe practice of analyzing arhetorical situation (https://writingcommons.org/section/rhetoric/rhetorical-situation/)to understand human decision makingto guide efforts to communicate and composeto interpret the texts of others.a mode of reasoning that informscomposing (https://writingcommons.org/section/composing-process/)and interpretation.a heuristic, an invention practice (https://writingcommons.org/section/invention/invention-heuristics/), that helps writers go beyond their perspectives and consider the perspective of the audiencethe process undertaken to generaterhetorical knowledge (https://writingcommons.org/section/writing-studies/epistemology/rhetorical-knowledge/).a method ofanalysis (https://writingcommons.org/section/research/research-methods/textual-methods/rhetorical-analysis/)used tounderstand (https://writingcommons.org/section/research/research-methods/textual-methods/)andcritique (https://writingcommons.org/section/collaboration/critique/)texts (https://writingcommons.org/section/rhetoric/rhetorical-situation/text-composition/). (For a more detailed description, check outRhetorical Analysis (https://writingcommons.org/section/research/research-methods/textual-methods/rhetorical-analysis/))Read Phyllis Mentzell Ryder’s articleRhetorical Analysis in the Real World: A Useful Thinking Tool(https://writingcommons.org/article/rhetorical-analysis-in-the-real-world-a-useful-thinking-tool/)and think about how rhetorical analysis might be useful to you both academically and personally. Then, answer the following questions based on Ryder’s article:1. Ryder argues that rhetorical analysis can be useful in the real world. What reasons does she give to support her argument?2. Ryder discusses two types of encounters that lead to rhetorical analysis. What are these encounters?3. What strategies from Ryder’s article do you think will be useful when you conduct your rhetorical analysis for project 1?4. In what ways do you think rhetorical analysis might be useful to you, both academically and personally?

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