Learning Goal: I’m working on a communications discussion question and need a sa

Learning Goal: I’m working on a communications discussion question and need a sample draft to help me learn.Kuypers reminds us that rhetorical criticism is an art, and contingent upon many factors (the rhetorical perspective used to analyze the artifact, for example–as well as the insights and imagination of the critic. For this exercise:1) consider the factors that influence you as a critic–and list (generally speaking) the ideological, sociopolitical, demographic, psychographic factors influence your interests, ideas, and interpretation of ideas and events. Then briefly discuss how they filter/provide a lens for how you see the world?2) From the list above, which of these can you leave behind when you get “in the balcony” of observation, analysis, and criticism? Which do you think you can see/reason from another perspective? Are there any unmovable, ingrained, and forever providing a lens for how you see the world? 3) Respond to the following: How do we, as rhetorical critics, negotiate these factors in enacting the critical process? Do you think these factors inform our criticism, limit our interpretations, or skew our results? Are they to be embraced fully, qualified early, or contextualized for readers?250-350 words (1-1.5 typed double spaced 12 point text)
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