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===== Debriefing on Looking at the Sexualized Rhetorical Situation =====
in draft 27 Sep 2015
There are multiple exigencies at work. The exigency represented by the tweet - that of "I'm organizing things!" One person responds to the that exigency with a mention how how she organizes things. But - and this is where it gets interesting - others viewed the posting as an exigence to discuss meeting and exchange news of whether others are presenting at a conference. What we're seeing there is how one exigence can lead to another that has little bearing on the first. In this case, the exigence seems to have arisen from the presence of the readers. Just as a member of a group meeting face to face might see that meeting as an exigence for trading news, so here: The intended readers can see who's reading the original tweet and use that moment as an opportunity to spread news. See //Spreadable Media//,
This is also addressed in managing kairos, below.
=== Missing summaries! ===
Many of the sets of notes submitted were missing requested summaries. I requested summaries from those who didn't post them. Drafting summaries from your notes is valuable to you.
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in draft 22 Sep 2015
There are multiple exigencies at work.


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Edited on 2015-09-22 10:27:22 by MorganAdmin
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The initial tweet sets off responses to the tweet itself and then what seems to be a conversation or exchange among followers concerning a face to face meeting concerning a conference ALT15. The originating tweeter is part of this exchange, and part of the face to face meeting. The initiating tweet is not mentioned in the extended conversation. What we're seeing is how a tweet can become a rhetorical place for conversation not organized by the topic but organized by readers of the originating tweet. Akin to viral? More like rhetorical spreading.
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The initial tweet sets off responses to the tweet itself and then what seems to be a conversation or exchange among followers concerning a face to face meeting concerning a conference ALT15. The originating tweeter is part of this exchange, and part of the face to face meeting.


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Edited on 2015-09-22 10:21:52 by MorganAdmin
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=== managing kairos ===
The initial tweet sets off responses to the tweet itself and then what seems to be a conversation or exchange among followers concerning a face to face meeting concerning a conference ALT15. The originating tweeter is part of this exchange, and part of the face to face meeting.



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Edited on 2015-09-22 10:14:11 by MorganAdmin
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=== Exigencies ===
=== the larger context ===
Notes that worked looked at the tweet in its rhetorical context on the Twitter page. The comments were collected there. (We could also look at the Tweet in the hashtag context.) Understanding how the tweet works rhetorically demands we look at the responses and other elements of the rhetorical situation.


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Edited on 2015-09-22 10:09:30 by MorganAdmin
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in draft 22 Sep 2015


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