Rhet ops : rhetoric and information warfare /

"In this edited volume, authors seek to document and analyze how state and non-state actors leverage digital rhetoric as a twenty-first-century weapon of war. Rhet Ops offer readers a chance to focus on the human dimension of rhetorical practice within mobile technologies and social networks: t...

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Other Authors: Ridolfo, Jim, 1979- (Editor), Hart-Davidson, Bill (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Pittsburgh, Pa. : University of Pittsburgh Press, [2019]
Series:Pittsburgh series in composition, literacy, and culture.
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505 0 0 |g Introduction:  |t From the dark side of digital composing to #RhetOps /  |r Jim Ridolfo and William Hart-Davidson --  |g Part I:  |t Rhetorical operations and emerging tactics --  |g 1.  |t The rhetoric of infrastructure: American colonialism and the military telegraph /  |r Elizabeth Losh --  |g 2.  |t Revisting "A soldier's guide to rhetorical theory": intelligence analysis in the open /  |r Gary Mills --  |g 3.  |t Rhetoric and the US intelligence community's misuses of theory /  |r Nate Kreuter --  |g 4.  |t Insurgent rhetorics and historical materialism /  |r Mike Edwards --  |g 5.  |t Minerva rising: the Pentagon's weaponization of rhetorical knowledge /  |r John Gagnon --  |g 6.  |t Insurgent circulation, weaponized media: waging the late Sixties war within /  |r Brad E. Lucas --  |g 7.  |t Gamergate: understanding the tactics of online knowledge disruptors /  |r Michael Trice --  |g Part II:  |t Digital practices --  |g 8.  |t ISIS versus the United States: rhetorical battle in the Middle East /  |r William M. Marcellino and Madeline Magnuson --  |g 9.  |t Stormwatch: machine learning approaches to understanding white supremacy online --  |g 10.  |t Dark interactions: interfaces and objects arrays as surveillance in digital rhetoric --  |g 11.  |t Digital surveillance of gang communication: graffiti's rhetorical velocity between street gangs and urban law enforcement /  |r Seth Long and Ken Fitch --  |g Part III:  |t Practitioner stories --  |g 12.  |t Digital age education: preparing warriors for hybrid conflict at Air Force Cyberworx /  |r Jeffrey Collins and Gary Mills --  |g 13.  |t Mapping the rhetoric-operations divide: considerations for the future /  |r Angie Mallory --  |g 14.  |t Social media strategy for the military-engaged American Red Cross /  |r Laura A. Ewing --  |g 15.  |t Changing technologies and writing from and about war /  |r D. Alexis Hart and Cheryl Hatch --  |g 16.  |t Military wives as rhetorical insurgents: resisting assimilation as "force multipliers" /  |r Elise Dixon --  |g Afterword:  |t Inventing a critical praxis of engagement on social media platforms /  |r Jim Ridolfo and William Hart-Davidson. 
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650 0 |a Rhetoric  |x Political aspects. 
650 0 |a Digital communications  |x Political aspects. 
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700 1 |a Hart-Davidson, Bill,  |e editor. 
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