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  • A study of the Sanitation Department in Lawrence 

    Thelen, Alan A. (University of Kansas, 1962-05)
  • Foiling Kamesian Belletristic Theory in Mid-Eighteenth-Century Scotland 

    Innocenti, Beth (Taylor & Francis, 2019-03-01)
    Two disciplinary stories that take place in mid-eighteenth-century Scotland omit an important plotline. One story is that university teaching of rhetoric transformed into belletristic criticism; another is that ideology ...
  • A Normative Pragmatic Theory of Exhorting 

    Kauffeld, Fred J.; Innocenti, Beth (Springer Verlag, 2018-12)
    We submit a normative pragmatic theory of exhorting—an account of conceptually necessary and potentially efficacious components of a coherent strategy for securing a sympathetic hearing for efforts to urge and inspire ...
  • The Persuasive Force of Demanding 

    Innocenti, Beth; Kathol, Nichole (Penn State University Press, 2018)
    Demanding is a fundamental rhetorical strategy for marginalized groups, but recent rhetorical theories of demanding have not explained how speakers can design demands to influence addressees to accede. Psychoanalytic and ...
  • The fusion curves for the systems ammonia-propyl alcohols, ammonia-butyl alcohols 

    Jones, Ethel Ann (University of Kansas, 1929)
    Baume and Perrot used the Phase law method to investigate the system CH3OH + NH3. Broderson used the same method with the system C2H5OH + NH3. Baume and Perrot found that the compound CH3.OH.NH3 was formed in the ammonia ...

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