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Sources in Ideological Rhetoric

Anderson, Peter A. "Beyond Criticism: The Activist Turn in Ideological Debate." Western Journal of Communication 57 (1993): 247-256.
Balthrop, V. William. "Culture, Myth, and Ideology as Public Argument: An Interpretation of the Ascent and Demise of 'Southern Culture'." Communication Monographs 51 (1984): 339-352.
Bineham, Jeffrey L. "Theological Hegemony and Oppositional Interpretive Codes: The Case of Evangelical Christian Feminism." Western Journal of Communication 57 (1993): 515-529.
Blair, Carole, Brown, Julie R., and Leslie A. Baxter. "Disciplining the Feminine." Quarterly Journal of Speech 80 (1994): 383-409.
Brown, William R. "Attention and the Rhetoric of Social Intervention." Quarterly Journal of Speech 68 (1982): 17-27.
---. "Ideology as Communication Process." Quarterly Journal of Speech 64 (1978): 123-140.
Campbell, J. Louis. "'All Men are Created Equal': Waiting for Godot in the Culture of Inequality." Communication Monographs 55 (1988): 143-161.
---. "Freedom and the Rhetoric of Grammar: A Spelunkian Exploration." Central States Speech Journal 36 (1985): 178-185.
Campbell, Karlyn Kohrs. Response to Forbes Hill." Central States Speech Journal 34 (1983): 126-127.
Cloud, Dana L. "Concordance, Complexity, and Conservatism: Rejoinder to Condit." Critical Studies in Mass Communication 14 (1997): 193-197.
---. "Hegemony or Concordance? The Rhetoric of Tokenism in "Oprah" Winfrey's Rags-to-Riches Biography." Critical Studies in Mass Communication 13 (1996): 115-137.
Condit, Celeste Michelle. "The Critic as Empath: Moving Away From Totalizing Theory." Western Journal of Communication 57 (1993): 178-190.
---.. "Democracy and Civil Rights: The Universalizing Influence of Public Argumentation." Communication Monographs 54 (1987): 1-18.
---. "Hegemony in a Mass-Mediated Society: Concordance about Reproductive Technologies." Critical Studies in Mass Communication 11 (1994): 205-230.
---. "Rhetorical Criticism and Audiences: The Extremes of McGee and Leff." Western Journal of Speech Communication 54 (1990): 330-345.
Condit, Celester Michelle, and J. Ann Selzer. "The Rhetoric of Objectivity in the Newspaper Coverage of a Murder Trial." Critical Studies in Mass Communication 2 (1985): 197-216.
Condit, Celeste Michelle, and John Louis Lucaites. Crafting Equalit: America's Anglo-African Word. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1993.
Corcoran, Farrel. "The Bear in the Back Yard: Myth, Ideology, and Victimage Ritual in Soviet Funerals." Communication Monographs 50 (1983): 305-320.
---. "KAL 007 and the Evil Empire: Mediated Disaster and Forms of Rationalization." Critical Studies in Mass Communication 3 (1986): 297-316.
---. The Widening Gyre: Another Look at Ideology in Wander and His Critics." Central States Speech Journal 35 (1984): 54-56.
Crowley, Sharon. "Reflections on the Argument that Won't Go Away: Or, A Turn of the Ideological Screw." Quarterly Journal of Speech 78 (1992): 450-465.
Cyphert, Dale. "Ideology, Knowledge, and Text: Pulling at the Knot in Ariadne's Thread." Quarterly Journal of Speech 87 (2001): 378-395.
Delgado, Fernando Pedro. "Chicano Movement Rhetoric: An Ideographic Interpretation." Communication Quarterly 43 (1995): 446-454.
---. "The Rhetoric of Fidel Castro: Ideographs in the Service of Revolutionaries." Howard Journal of Communications 10 (1999): 1-14.
DePoe, Stephen P. "'Qualitative Liberalism': Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. and the Persuasive Uses of Definition and History." Communication Studies 40 (1989): 81-96.
Dow, Bonnie J. "Hegemony, Feminist Criticism and The Mary Tyler Moore Show." Critical Studies in Mass Communication 7 (1990): 261-274.
Edwards, Janis L., and Carol K. Winkler. "Representative Form and the Visual Ideograph: The Iwo Jima Image in Editorial Cartoons." Quarterly Journal of Speech 83 (1997): 289-310.
Erickson, Keith V. "Presidential Rhetoric's Visual Turn: Performance Fragments and the Politics of Illusionism." Communication Monographs 67 (2000): 138-157.
Farrell, Thomas B. "On the Disappearance of the Rhetorical Aura." Western Journal of Communication 57 (1993): 147-158.
Francesconi, Robert. Heidegger and Ideology: Reflections of an Innocent Bystander." Central States Speech Journal 35 (1984): 51-53.
Gaonkar, Dilip Parameshwar. "Object and Method in Rhetorical Criticism: From Wichelns to Leff and McGee." Western Journal of Speech Communication 54 (1990): 290-316.
Guerrero, Laura K., and George N. Dionisopoulos. "Enthymematic Solutions to the Lockshin Defection Story: A Case Study in the Repair of a Problematic Narrative." Communication Studies 41 (1990): 299-310.
Hill, Forbes. A Turn Against Ideology: Reply to Professor Wander." Central States Speech Journal 34 (1983): 121-126.
Hollihan, Thomas A., and Patricia Riley. "Rediscovering Ideology." Western Journal of Communication 57 (1993): 272-277.
Huxman, Susan Schulz. "Mennonite Rhetoric in World War I: A Case Study in the Conflict Between Ideological Commitments and Rhetorical Choices." Journal of Communication and Religion 16 (1993): 41-53.
Ivie, Robert L. "The Ideology of Freedom's 'Fragility' in American Foreign Policy Argument." Journal of the American Forensic Association 24 (1987): 27-36.
Jasinski, James "Ideology, Reflection, and Alienation in Rhetorical and Argumentative Practice." Journal of the American Forensic Association 24 (1988): 207-217.
Jensen, Robert. "Pornographic Novels and the Idealogy of Male Supremacy." Howard Journal of Communications 5 (1994): 92-107.Howard Journal of Communications
Katriel, Tamar. "'Our Future is Where Our Past Is:' Studying Heritage Museums as Ideological and Performative Arenas." Communication Monographs 60 (1993): 69-75.
Kneupper, Charles W. "Argument and Ideology: A Conceptually Adrift Introduction." Journal of the American Forensic Association 24 (1987): 1-3.
---. "Rhetoric, Public Knowledge and Ideological Argumentation." Journal of the American Forensic Association 21 (1985): 183-195.
Lee, Ronald. "Moralizing and Ideologizing: An Analysis of Political Illocutions." Western Journal of Speech Communication 52 (1988): 291-307.
Lee, Ronald, and Karen King Lee. "Multicultural Education in the Little Red Schoolhouse: A Rhetorical Exploration of Ideological Justification and Mythic Repair." Communication Studies 49 (1998): 1-17.
Lu, Xing. "An Ideological/Cultural Analysis of Political Slogans in Communist China." Discourse and Society 10 (1999): 487-508.
Lucaites, John Louis. "Visualizing 'The People': Individualism vs. Collectivism in Let Us Now Praise Famous Men." Quarterly Journal of Speech 83 (1997): 269-288.
Lucaites, John Louis, and Celeste Michelle Condit. "Reconstructing <Equality>: Culturetypal and Counter-Cultural Rhetorics in the Martyred Black Vision." Communication Monographs 57 (1990): 5-24.
Makus, Anne. "Stuart Hall's Theory of Ideology: A Frame for Rhetorical Criticism." Western Journal of Speech Communication 54 (1990): 494-514.
Martin, Martha Anne. "Ideologues, Ideographs, and 'The Best Men': From Carter to Reagan." Southern Speech Communication Journal 49 (1983): 12-25.
McGee, Michael Calvin. "Another Philippic: Notes on the Ideological Turn in Criticism." Central States Speech Journal 35 (1984): 43-50.
---. "The 'Ideograph': A Link Between Rhetoric and Ideology." Quarterly Journal of Speech 66 (1980): 1-16.
---. "In Search of 'The People': A Rhetorical Alternative." Quarterly Journal of Speech 61 (1975): 235-249.
---. "'Not Men, but Measures': The Origins and Import of an Ideological Principle." Quarterly Journal of Speech 64 (1978): 141-154.
---. "The Origins of 'Liberty': A Feminization of Power." Communication Monographs 47 (1980): 23-45.
---. "Secular Humanism: A Radical Reading of 'Culture Industry' Productions." Critical Studies in Mass Communication 1 (1984): 1-33.
---. "Social Movement as Meaning." Central States Speech Journal 34 (1983): 74-77.
---. "Text, Context, and the Fragmentation of Contemporary Culture." Western Journal of Speech Communication 54 (1990): 274-289.
McGee, Michael Calvin, and Martha Anne Martin. "Public Knowledge and Ideological Argumentation." Communication Monographs 50 (1983): 47-65.
McGuire, Michael. "Ideology and Myth as Structurally Different Bases for Political Argumentation." Journal of the American Forensic Association 24 (1987): 16-26.
McIntush, Holly G. "Defining Education: The Rhetorical Enactment of Ideology in A Nation at Risk." Rhetoric and Public Affairs 3 (2000): 419-443.
McKerrow, Raymie E. "Critical Rhetoric: Theory and Praxis." Communication Monographs 56 (1989): 91-111.
Megill, Alan. "Responses to Wander Heidegger, Wanter, and Ideology." Central States Speech Journal 34 (1983): 114-119.
Moore, Mark P. "The Cigarette As Representational Ideograph in the Debate Over Environmental Tobacco Smoke." Communication Monographs 64 (1997): 47-64.
---. "Constructing Irreconcilable Conflict: The Function of Synecdoche in the Spotted Owl Controversy." Communication Monographs 60 (1993): 258-274.
---. "The Rhetoric of Ideology: Confronting A Critical Dilemma." Southern Communication Journal 54 (1988): 74-92.
Morris, Richard. "Modernity's Prometheus." Western Journal of Communication 57 (1993): 139-146.
Mumby, Dennis, and Carole Spitzack. "Ideology and Television News: A Metaphoric Analysis of Political Stories." Central States Speech Journal 34 (1983): 162-171.
Murray, Jeffrey W. "Constructing the Ordinary: The Dialectical Development of Nazi Ideology." Communication Quarterly 46 (1998): 41-59.
wa Mwachofi, Ngure. "Apprehending the Power and Ideological Import of Metaphor in President de Klerk's Rhetoric." Howard Journal of Communications 5 (1995): 331-352.
Oravec, Christine. "The Ideological Significance of Discursive Form: A Response to Solomon and Perkins." Communication Studies 42 (1991): 383-391.
Owen, Susan A., and Peter Ehrenhaus. "Animating a Critical Rhetoric: On the Feeding Habits of American Empire." Western Journal of Communication 57 (1993): 169-177.
Parry-Giles, Shawn J. "The Rhetorical Tension Between Propaganda and Democracy: Blending Competing Conceptions of Ideology and Theory." Communication Studies 44 (1993): 117-131.
Parry-Giles, Trevor. "Character, the Consititution, and the Ideological Embodiment of "Civil Rights" in the 1967 Nomination of Thurgood Marshall to the Supreme Court." Quarterly Journal of Speech 82 (1996): 364-382.
---. "Ideological Anxiety and the Censored Text: Real Lives--At the Edge of the Union." Critical Studies in Mass Communication 11 (1994): 54-72.
---. "Ideology and Poetics in Public Issue Construction: Thatcherism, Civil Liberties, and 'Terrorism' in Northern Ireland." Communication Quarterly 43 (1995): 182-196.
Pearce, W. Barnett, Stephen W. Littlejohn, and Alison Alexander. "The New Christian Right and the Humanist Response: Reciprocated Diatribe." Communication Quarterly 35 (1987): 171-192.
Reid, Ronald F. "Apocalypticism and Typology: Rhetorical Dimensions of a Symbolic Reality." Quarterly Journal of Speech 69 (1983): 229-248.
Rigsby, Enrique D. "African American Rhetoric and the 'Profession'." Western Journal of Communication 57 (1993): 191-199.
Rodden, John G. "Field of Dreams." Western Journal of Communication 57 (1993): 111-138.
Rosenfield, Lawrence W. "Ideological Miasma." Central States Speech Journal 34 (1983): 119-121.
Rushing, Janice Hocker. "Power, Other, and Spirit in Cultural Texts." Western Journal of Communication 57 (1993): 159-168.
Rushing, Janice Hocker, and Thomas S. Frentz. "Integrating Ideology and Archetype in Rhetorical Criticism." Quarterly Journal of Speech 77 (1991): 385-406.
---. "Integrating Ideology and Archetype in Rhetorical Criticism, Part II: A Case Study of Jaws." Quarterly Journal of Speech 79 (1993): 61-81.
Shah, Hemant, and Michael C. Thornton. "Racial Ideology in U.S. Mainstream News Magazine Coverage of Black-Latino Interaction, 1980-1992." Critical Studies in Mass Communication 11 (1994): 141-161.
Sloop, John M. "'Apology Made to Whoever Pleases': Cultural Discipline and the Ground of Interpretation." Communication Quarterly 42 (1994): 345-362.

Solomon, Martha.

"Ideology as Rhetorical Constraint: The Anarchist Agitation of 'Red Emma' Goldman." Quarterly Journal of Speech 74 (1988): 184200.

Srader, Doyle. "Spanning Ideological Chasms: The Response to Conceptual Segregation in Bowers v. Hardwick." Argumentation and Advocacy 30 (1994): 206-219.
Sproule, J. Michael. "Ideology and Critical Thinking: The Historical Connection." Journal of the American Forensic Association 24 (1987): 4-15.
Strodthoff, Glenn G., Robert P. Hawkins, and A. Clay Schoenfeld. "Media Roles in a Social Movement: A Model of Ideology Diffusion." Journal of Communication 35 (1985): 134-153.
University of Washington Discourse Analysis Group. "The Rhetorical Construction of a President." Discourse and Society 1 (1990): 189-200.
Wander, Philip C. "At the Ideological Front." Communication Studies 42 (1991): 199-218.
---. "The Ideological Turn in Modern Criticism." Central States Speech Journal 34 (1983): 1-18.
---. "Introduction: Special Issue on Ideology." Western Journal of Communication 57 (1993): 105-110.
---. "The Rhetoric of American Foreign Policy." Quarterly Journal of Speech 70 (1984): 339-361.
---. "The Third Persona: An Ideological Turn in Rhetorical Theory." Central States Speech Journal 35 (1984): 197-216.
Weiler, Michael. "Neo-Conservatism: A Study of Ideological Argument." Journal of the American Forensic Association 24 (1987): 37-47.
---. "The Rhetoric of Neo-Liberalism." Quarterly Journal of Speech 70 (1984): 362-378.
West, James T. "Ethnography and Ideology: The Politics of Cultural Representation." Western Journal of Communication 57 (1993): 209-220.