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Kelly Elmore on The Value of Rhetoric

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Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh interviewed English Ph.D student Kelly Elmore about "The Value of Rhetoric" in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio. 

What is rhetoric? Why does it matter? How can the basic concepts of rhetoric help us write more effectively, understand advertising better, or speak more persuasively?

Kelly Elmore is an English graduate student in Rhetoric and Composition, an assistant director of the Georgia State University Writing Studio, a teacher of freshman composition, writing consultant for the geology department, homeschooling mom to Livy, partner to Aaron, and the instigator of family adventures for both, avid reader, lover of vampires and the Regency, separate or combined, Anglophile, extrovert, and proud possessor of a very tall soapbox. 

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