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Applied Linguistics: Language Acquisition, Lexicography, Rhetoric, Orthography, Outline of Linguistics, Computational Linguistics

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Published September 1st 2011
ISBN : 9781156814383
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100 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 98. Chapters: Language acquisition, Lexicography, Rhetoric, Orthography, Outline of linguistics, ComputationalMorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 98. Chapters: Language acquisition, Lexicography, Rhetoric, Orthography, Outline of linguistics, Computational linguistics, Corpus linguistics, Literacy, Internet linguistics, Reading education in the United States, Translation, Second language acquisition, Language planning, Forensic linguistics, Language education, Second language attrition, Stylistics, Discourse analysis, Speech and language pathology, Teaching reading: Whole Language and Phonics, Conversation analysis, Computer-mediated communication, NNEST, Information design, Reinhard Hartmann, Ontological translator, Orthographies and dyslexia, Language assessment, Linguistic distance, Dyslexia research, David Crystal, Open discourse, Terminology, Carole Chaski, Computational lexicology, Rapid automatized naming, Robert Lado, Frame-Based Terminology, Contrastive linguistics, Meaning-Text Theory, Language for specific purposes, Error analysis, Braj Kachru, Linguistic Systems, Dialogical analysis, Geoffrey Leech, Fremdsprachen und Hochschule, Dyscravia, Speech and language assessment, Clinical linguistics, Lexical density, Text linguistics, Writeprint, Teresa P. Pica, Turn Construction Unit, Oral myology. Excerpt: Rhetoric flourished in ancient Greece as a subject of formal study and a culture of performance. Its most well-known definition came from Aristotle, who called it the art of finding the available means of persuasion More simply, rhetoric includes the study and the use of language with persuasive effect, but definitions abound. In Aristotles systematization of rhetoric, one important aspect of rhetoric to study and theorize was the three persuasive audience appeals: logos, pathos, and ethos, as well as the five canons of rhetoric: invention or discovery, arrangement, style, memory, and delivery. Along with grammar and logic or dialectic, rhetoric is one of the th...