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Norman E. Clark Ph.D.

There are 7 included publications by Norman E. Clark Ph.D.:

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Book Review: Theory, Text, and Context: Issues in Greek Rhetoric and Oratory. 1997 206 Book review
The Critical Servant: An Isocratean Contribution to Critical Rhetoric 1996 366 States that the critical rhetoric project does not have a strong understanding of the relationship between critical rhetor and the audience. Suggestions on the offer of Isocrates writings; What combination of critique and service strongly recommends ...
The End Is at Hand -- Really!: Strategies for Differentiating the Dubious Claim in North Dakotan Apocalyptic Rhetoric 1992 153 The article presents a case study that identifies how apocalyptic predictors attempt to differentiate their claim that the end is at hand from the previous similar claims. Doomsayers throughout history have forecasted that the world was on the verge ...
Fractured fairy tales: Slightly Twisted Invention and Arrangement 2001 196 In many lower-level courses, including writing and speaking courses, one goal is to improve students' skills of invention and arrangement. Invention is the classical rhetoric term for the process of selecting what concepts, ideas, or information to i...
Freedom & Responsibility in the Decent Community: Community Networks and the Communication Decency Act 1999 346 Discusses the possible implication of the contents of the Communication Decency Act of 1996 to community networks and on-line providers. Policing of web sites; Disclaimers in the web sites; Community networks providers responses on issue of decency.
Looking at Journals from Both Sides 2005 295 The author describes his contrasting experiences with publishing an open access society journal and advising a regional association in regards to turning over publication of its journal to a major commercial publishing firm. Using his experience of p...
“Open Hailing Frequencies, Data”: Television's Reinforcement and Compulsion of Technology in Communication 1993 156 The article presents a discussion on the possible influences of television shows towards the perception of people regarding communication technology in North Dakota. It is believed that the perception is influenced by both the message of the show and...