Lexington Studies in Contemporary Rhetoric | Rowman & Littlefield
Lexington Studies in Contemporary Rhetoric
This series provides thought-provoking and accessible analyses of the uses of language and media from the middle of the twentieth century to the present. In particular, this series examines how modern discourse is constructed and communicated in our distracted times, focusing on specific settings such as health communication, crisis communication, changing norms of interpersonal exchange, political communication beyond the presidency, etiquettes of communication in the digital age, celebrity as a rhetorical form, changing norms in “reality” and narrative television, and altered patterns of address in computer-mediated discussion. These books will provide depth and clarity about discourse more familiar than understood.

Editor(s): Gary C. Woodward (woodward@tcnj.edu)
Staff editorial contact: Nicolette Amstutz (namstutz@rowman.com)