The Rhetorica Network
Rhetorica is my blog about documentary film and photography since March 2021. All posts from the previous version of Rhetorica, dating back to 2002, are available on archive.org.
Rhetorica began as a press-politics blog that grew out of a web project I began in 1998 as part of my graduate studies in rhetoric. My name is Dr. Andrew R. Cline. I am an Emeritus Professor of Media & Journalism at Missouri State University. I currently live in Aveiro, Portugal where I continue to write and do documentary film and photography projects.
Category Archives: podcast
Documentary Protagonists and Antagonists
Today, I plan to spare you reading the entire script. Or, rather, what I really want you to do is listen.
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Media Ethics, Power, and My Use of Spotify
I introduce two questions in this podcast episode. First, what is this “media” in media ethics? That question is supposed to eventually get my students thinking about the power relationships in media organizations and where the burden of making ethical … Continue reading
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Introduction to Rhetoric for Nonfiction Video
As promised, here’s the script for my podcast episode introducing the rhetoric to my students in MED412 Documentary Storytelling. I’ve done some minor editing. For the full experience, listen to the episode instead. Note: I rely on scholars James Berlin … Continue reading
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Listen to My Podcast
I started the Dr. Cline’s Peripatetic School of Media podcast primarily as a way (among several) to post class content online for my students. COVID is taking a toll. Most classes during the first two weeks of this semester have … Continue reading