Martinez, Diane

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The rhetoric of collaboration: examining the inclusive and exclusive rhetoric in the environmental policies of Japan and the United States 2016 557 In 2005, Tokyo was the dioxin capital of the world, a likely carcinogen and emitted byproduct of burning plastic (Braun n.p.). In an effort to reduce the city’s environmental impact and community health risk, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government institu...
The definition and prevention of genocide: a rhetorical analysis of the United Nations 2017 2413 The United Nations is an intergovernmental organization established in 1945 after World War II. The United Nations helps to regulate international relations and also promotes peace and security, human rights, social and economic development, environm...
Analyzing global communication: implicit oppression within the World Health Organization's webpage on female genital cutting 2017 657 This thesis analyzes the language of the World Health Organization’s (WHO) “Fact Sheet” on Female Genital Cutting (FGC). Because the Fact Sheet establishes FGC as a practice that must be stopped across the globe, the WHO’s audience is wide and far-re...