Retoryka prezydenta Richarda Nixona wobec kryzysu naftowego w 1973

Marta Rzepecka

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Niniejszy artykuł przedstawia analizę retoryki prezydenta Richarda Nixona wobec kryzysu naftowego na przykładzie orędzia do narodu wygłoszonego 7 listopada 1973 roku. W ramach określonych przez Theodore’a Otto Windta, Jra, oraz Denise Bostdorff i Donalda O’Rourke’a, autorka opisuje kontekst retoryczny przemówienia, analizuje go pod kątem cech przypisywanych retoryce kryzysu i ocenia jego odbiór społeczny.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.29107/rr2019.3.5

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