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2016-01-03T20:15:53+08:00
James A. Herrick, a specialist in the areas of rhetoric and argument and author of The History and Theory of Rhetoric, describes rhetorical discourse as having the following six characteristics:

1. Planned 2. Adapted to an audience 3. Shaped by human motives 4. Responsive to a situation 5. Persuasion-seeking 6. Concerned with contingent issues
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