Monthly Archives: January 2020

Post 2: Neo-Aristotelian Analysis Steve Jobs Address Stanford University (2005)

Full Speech Transcript:¬†https://news.stanford.edu/2005/06/14/jobs-061505/ This is the 2005 speech of Steve Jobs, the former CEO of Apple. The rhetorical situation is Jobs doing a speech at Stanford University. He is discussing to the graduates about his journey to becoming a famous … Continue reading

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Post 1: Introduction to John Ward’s Pop-Culture Rhetorical Journey

Hello, everyone. My name is John Ward and I am an English major with a concentration in Professional Writing at Longwood University. This blog is part of the Rhetorical Criticism class as well as my own interest in the rhetorical … Continue reading

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