Revision history for MyersChap3Notes


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Last edited on 2015-03-21 10:45:41 by MorganAdmin
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=== GriceOnFlouts ===
Myers goes into the last way of linking in detail by bringing in Paul Grice's theory of cooperative principle and flouts. Read GriceOnFlouts.
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=== Flouts===
Myers goes into the last way of linking in detail by bringing in Paul Grice's theory of cooperative principle and flouts. Read GriceOnFlouts. Then return to this page to


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Edited on 2015-03-21 10:44:26 by MorganAdmin
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When we detect the incongruity between the link text and the site, we're prompted to make sense of the flout, to see the link to the parody site as an //unstated proposition//: an //implicature//. That is, the flout creates an unstated attitude, valuation, or commentary.
It's our job, as e-rhetorical critics, to locate flouts and articulate the unstated proposition, to show when a flout is happening and how it works.
Locate two flouts of any kind from any website. Post them in the comments on this page. You'll need to copy and paste the text, including the link. Then explain how each flout works, and comment on the flout. Does it flout quality, quantity, relation, or manner? And what is the implicature, the unstated attitude, valuation, or commentary created by the flout?
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Post in the comments at two flouts you find on any web site. You'll need to copy and paste the text, including the link. Then explain how it works, and comment on the flout. Does it flout quality, quantity, relation, or manner?


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The oldest known version of this page was created on 2015-03-21 10:39:15 by MorganAdmin
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