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Unit 8: Representing Venture Philanthropy

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Representation is Political
Yancey Strickler
Rhetorical Situation by Lloyd Bitzer
https://rhetorsit.wordpress.com/bitzer-exigence-audience-and-constraints/
Unit 8: Representing Venture Philanthropy
The political climate is not static.
https://www.arts.gov
Who gets funding is tied very strategically to who gets representation.
... the future of the NEA.
negative conversation
=
negative influence
What does this mean for the NEA’s programs, as well as current and potential grantees?
The NEA responds...
CEO of Kickstarter
we must continue to investigate the political implications of representation.
Reinforcement for the content's application to the final assignment
History
situations arise and people respond to them
“Let us regard rhetorical situation as a natural context of persons, events, objects, relations, and an exigence which strongly invites utterance…”
Rhetorical situations
The characteristics of Rhetorical situations
They require an
audience
.
They require an
exigence
.
They involve
constraints
.
They require a
fitting response
.
They can be
loosely or highly structured
.
Exigence
It must be Modifiable
It can be real or perceived
Audience
Constraints
Kairos
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