Technology, Culture, and Rhetoric
History, theory, and analysis of tools, techniques, and epistemologies--including feminism, ethics, and intercultural analysis--in the production and reception of discourse.
5381: Global Technical Communication. Introduction to theories and practices in global technical communication.
5365: Alternative Rhetorics. Consideration of non-western, feminist rhetorical texts
5369: Discourse and Technology. Study of the effects of computer networks and digitally mediated knowledge management on theoretical, practical, and pedagogical notions of discourse and discourse communities.
5377: Theoretical Issues. Special topics in areas such as cultures, feminisms, and genres.
5385: Ethics and Technical Communication. Definitions, philosophies, and applicability of ethics to technical communication problems and solutions.
5386: Discourse and Social Issues. Study of uses of written discourse in problem solving on social issues involving science or technology.Note: Some courses are onsite only.
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