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Thursday, July 01, 2004

Into the Blogosphere

Into the Blogosphere Pointed out by Steven Cohen. Apparently a bibliography of more scholarly articles on blogs/blogging. Introduction here.
The articles in this collection are presented in alphabetical order. As much scholarship in the field of the rhetoric of technology, these studies resist classification, presenting interdisciplinary approaches to the topic of the rhetorical implications of blogging. We have chosen not to provide categories for the articles on the main page, and have instead offered a variety of categorization schemes from which the reader can choose. Readers will find that several of the categories overlap, and many articles appear in more than one category. We invite readers to consider these categories, and to find new ones on their own. However, we do see some commonalities in the articles, and present them in the following categories below: pedagogy, public vs. private spheres, genre, visual design, virtual community, identity, mass communication, and business communication.
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  • We can't all read all of these. Do we want to divide up or call dibs on certain ones and report back or should we all just go our own way?

    By Blogger Christina, at 4:22 PM  

  • D'oh! We should change that. We did have an essay on business communication, but the author decided to change focus, and when he revised it, the business communication angle wasn't there anymore, so we took out the business communication category.


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:53 PM  

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