By Philippe-Joseph Salazar
This quantity offers a full-scale rhetorical research of a democratic transformation in post-Cold struggle period, and offers a examine of the loss of life of apartheid and post-apartheid from the point of view of political and public rhetoric and verbal exchange. In doing so, it serves as a template for comparable enquiries within the rhetorical examine of rising democracies.
meant for readers engaged within the examine of political and public rhetoric with an curiosity in how democracy takes form, An African Athens highlights South Africa as a attempt case for international democracy, for rhetoric, and for the relevance of rhetoric reports in a postmodern democracy.
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An African Athens: Rhetoric and the Shaping of Democracy in South Africa (Rhetoric, Knowledge, and Society Series) by Philippe-Joseph Salazar