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Chapter 15: Discourse, Rhetoric, Reflexivity: Seven Days in the Library

Discourse, Rhetoric, Reflexivity: Seven Days in the Library

Discourse, rhetoric, reflexivity: Seven days in the library
Malcolm Ashmore, Greg Myers, Jonathan Potter

…I'll start it with my Plan for the Week just to let you know right away what's going on.

Monday: I will find the Canonical Footnote and discover Discourse Analysis.

Tuesday: I shall look at Rhetorical Studies.

Wednesday: The day for Historical Studies and Science Education.

Thursday: When I intend to deal with Other Texts: Visual, Mathematical, Material.

Friday: The occasion for looking at Gender Studies.

Saturday: Will find me immersed in Studies of Social Science.

Sunday: A rest, surely? But no, I will be getting into Reviews, Reflexive Work, and Decisions.

But before we can start I must explain why I have written this “review” in the form of a “diary.” (Why ...

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