Charles Morris and the criticism of discourse by Richard A. Fiordo

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Published by Indiana University, Peter de Ridder Press in Bloomington, Lisse [Belgium] .

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  • Morris, Charles W. -- 1903-1979.,
  • Semantics (Philosophy),
  • Semiotics.,
  • Criticism (Philosophy)

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Bibliography: p. 191-194.

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StatementRichard A. Fiordo.
SeriesStudies in semiotics -- v. 4
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 197 p. ;
Number of Pages197
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13585203M
ISBN 100877501939

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Charles W. Morris 1 studied psychology at the University of Chicago in the early s and originally planned on a career in psychiatry.

He wanted to learn why and how human beings act so that he would later be able to help them. These goals went through his mind when he was sitting in a car one evening, waiting for his good friend, Bauhaus artist Lászò by: 5. Charles William Morris, [ return to Pragmatism Bibliography Center]. Charles W.

Morris was born on 23 May in Denver, Colorado. After studying engineering and psychology, he earned a bachelor of science degree at Northwestern University in In the realm of Gender Criticism, Dr. Morris is known for taking “another approach to Gender Criticism” in his essay, “Pink Herring & The Fourth Persona: J Edgar Hoover’s Sex Crime Panic,” in which he “explores the complex connections between sexual identity and rhetoric” (Burgchardt, ).

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The first section is primarily material received from the Morris household upon his passing in The second section is. Queering Public Address book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Charles E. Morris III (Editor) Ten noted rhetorical critics disrupt the silence regarding nonnormative sexualities in the study of American historical discourse and upend the heteronormativity that governs much of rhetorical history.4/5.

Examples of prescriptive-incitive discourse abound. Morris detailed some possibilities in his humanistic portrayal of seven paths of life (Morris, a) and in a social science rendition of 13 ways of life (Morris, ), both of which are explained at length in Fiordo's Charles Morris and the Criticism of Discourse ().

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Discourse Analysis’, one could point to the work of Norman Fairclough. In his book, Discourse and Social Change, Fairclough did not use the term as such. In this book, Fairclough outlined ‘critical approaches’ to discourse analysis.

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