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Instructor responses to rhetorical dissent: Student perceptions of justice and classroom outcomes
by Holmgren, Jennifer Linn, M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2013: 65 pages; 1523170.
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Dissent in digital: The Internet and dissent in authoritarian states
by Fielder, James Douglas, Ph.D.  The University of Iowa. 2012: 153 pages; 3516623.
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"Force. Spirit. Feeling": Rewriting the Slave Ship in Contemporary African American Literature
by Pittman, Elizabeth, Ph.D.  The George Washington University. 2014: 327 pages; 3609013.
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Writing Into Silence: Junot Diaz, Human Rights, and the Imperial Curse
by Walsh, Vincent, Ph.D.  Lehigh University. 2014: 313 pages; 3638706.
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Rhetorical perspectives of American civil-military relations
by Wyszynski, Joseph L., Jr., M.A.  University of South Carolina. 2012: 57 pages; 1510371.
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The rhetorical use of invective and scapegoating in early antiwar songs of dissensus against the War in Iraq
by Mafi, Eugene, M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2009: 112 pages; 1481748.
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Just joking: Racial comedy, rhetorical education, and democratic style
by Rossing, Jonathan Paul, Ph.D.  Indiana University. 2010: 250 pages; 3409890.
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Creative breakthrough emergence: A conversational accomplishment
by Boucher, Romagne Hoyt, Ph.D.  Fielding Graduate University. 2014: 423 pages; 3642065.
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Antithetical dialogue: Claiming rhetorical sovereignty in contemporary American Indian literature
by Thomson, Amy L., M.F.A.  University of Central Oklahoma. 2010: 49 pages; 1488665.
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Shifting Cartographies: Transformations of Urban Space in Buenos Aires, 1920-2001
by Przybyla, Gregory Joseph, Ph.D.  State University of New York at Buffalo. 2017: 212 pages; 10608306.
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A myth of her own: A study of Anaïs Nin's self-life writing
by Oropeza, Clara, Ph.D.  Pacifica Graduate Institute. 2015: 207 pages; 10009503.
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The Very Useful Notion: A Rhetorical History of the Idea of Human-Made Climate Change, 1950-2000
by Brooten, Gary, Ph.D.  Florida Atlantic University. 2016: 652 pages; 10300322.
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Effects of Topic Structure on Automatic Summarization
by Schrimpf, Natalie Margaret, Ph.D.  Yale University. 2018: 229 pages; 10957338.
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Roasting on Earth: A rhetorical analysis of eco-comedy
by Fisher, Alison Aurelia, Ph.D.  Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. 2009: 190 pages; 3390896.
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A Second Ribcage: Fiction and an Article on New Wave Fabulism, Trauma, and the Environment
by Capettini, Emily, Ph.D.  University of Louisiana at Lafayette. 2014: 225 pages; 3622928.
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Fighting Words: The Discourse of War in Early Modern Drama and Military Handbooks
by Seahorn, Christal R., Ph.D.  University of Louisiana at Lafayette. 2014: 289 pages; 3687704.
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Transforming Tastes: M. F. K. Fisher, Julia Child, Alice Waters and the Revision of American Food Rhetorics
by Branch, Erin L., Ph.D.  The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 2012: 266 pages; 3509240.
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Annihilation and accumulation: Postcolonial literatures of genocide and capital
by Thandra, Shashidar Rao, Ph.D.  Wayne State University. 2014: 171 pages; 3665007.
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#BlackLivesMatter and a Woke Rhetorical Ecology
by Collins, J.R., M.A.  University of Alaska Anchorage. 2017: 65 pages; 10601133.
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