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Popular Trials: Rhetoric, Mass Media, and the Law (Studies Rhetoric & Communicati) Paperback – March 30, 1993

ISBN-13: 978-0817306984 ISBN-10: 0817306986

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"An excellent treatment of the criminal trial as a media forum that mediates social issues to the masses."
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"This book explains . . . How some trials have managed to acquire an importance, both to contemporaries and in history, that far outstrips their limited legal signiÞcance."
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“An original, and valuable, contribution to our understanding of the rhetoric of mediated public discourse. . . .The essays are well researched, well argued, and well written.” – Stephen A. Smith, University of Arkansas

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 Robert Hariman is Associate Professor of Speech Communication at Drake University.

 

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