Rhetoric for Radicals
Trade Paperback · 240 Pages
$17.95 U.S. · £11.99 U.K. · €12.99 E.U.
New Society Publishers
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Rhetoric for Radicals is intended for college-aged activists and organizers, and for the most part its written in a relaxed, approachable style. It does get a bit cerebral and academic in places—in demonstrating how the book builds on the previous literature—but this material is kept to a minimum. On the whole, Rhetoric for Radicals is an invaluable, comprehensive how-to book that will greatly benefit beginning and seasoned rhetors alike.
Rhetoric for Radicals concludes on a hopeful note, with the wish that its activist readership will internalize the books rhetorical tools and tactics, and will be that much better equipped to become the rhetors of the past who created the future. And indeed, there can be butnbsp;little doubt tht this thorough, well-organized, accessible—and even personal—little handbook is the best instrument imaginable for fulfilling this purpose.—Frank Kaminski, EnergyBulletin.netnbsp;
Radicals have important messages to deliver, but they are often so caught up in the passion of their causes that they lose sight of effective communicationmdash;which is their most powerful tool. The ability to speak with clarity and intelligence, without underestimating the challenge of breaking new ground and winning new converts, is crucial.
Activists often suffer from a credibility gap because of their lack of a coherent message and strategic delivery. Rhetoric for Radicals addresses and helps solve these problems. It provides the tools to develop the all-important communication skills necessary to be effectively heard. If you accept that communication creates the social world, then you will agree that changing the way we communicate can change the world. Geared to college-aged radical activists and organizers, this book will also appeal to activists of any age who want to sharpen their message. Jason Del Gandio is a lecturer at Temple University in Philadelphia. He is a post-Seattle activist who has worked on globalization and freefair trade issues, anti-war campaigns, and Latin American solidarity.
Geared to college-aged radical activists and organizers, this book will also appeal to activists of any age who want to sharpen their message.
Jason Del Gandio is a lecturer at Temple University in Philadelphia. He is a post-Seattle activist who has worked on globalization and freefair trade issues, anti-war campaigns, and Latin American solidarity.
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