A question of decorum source nielsen book data summary from the editors this book began as a broad set of interests in the rhetoric of health and medicine between 2004 and 2007 the authors in this book met in various configurations at the national communication association rhetorical society of america and society for social studies . The rhetoric of health and medicine or medical rhetoric is an academic discipline concerning language and symbols in health and medicine rhetoric most commonly refers to the persuasive element in human interactions and is often best studied in the specific situations in which it occurs. Rhetoric commonly understood as the art practice and analysis of persuasion has longstanding connections to medicine and health rhetorical scholars or rhetoricians have increasingly applied rhetorical theories concepts and methods to the texts contexts discourses practices materials and digital and visual artifacts related to health and medicine. Rhetorical questions of health and medicine illustrates how rhetorical theory and analysis can contribute to posing debating and answering pressing questions about contemporary health and medicine this volumes contributors ask and answer a series of rhetorically inspired questions such as why value communication in medicine. Rhetorical questions of health and medicine illustrates how rhetorical theory and analysis contribute to our understanding of the ways in which pressing questions are posed debated and answered in read more
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