Rhet Ops

Rhetoric and Information Warfare

Rhet-Ops deserves your attention as a scholar and a citizen.
Rhetoric Society Quarterly

In this edited volume, authors seek to document and analyze how state and non-state actors leverage digital rhetoric as a twenty-first-century weapon of war. Rhet Ops offer readers a chance to focus on the human dimension of rhetorical practice within mobile technologies and social networks: to reflect not only on the durable question of what it means to conduct oneself ethically as a speaker or writer, but also what it means to learn the art of rhetoric as a means to engage adversaries in war and conflict.

272 Pages, 6 x 9 in.

October, 2019

isbn : 9780822945895

about the editors

Jim Ridolfo

Jim Ridolfo is an associate professor of writing, rhetoric, and digital studies at the University of Kentucky.

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Jim Ridolfo
William Hart-Davidson

Bill Hart-Davidson is a professor of writing, rhetoric, and American cultures at Michigan State University.

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William Hart-Davidson