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0.31 Leslie J. Harris, The Court Child Custody and Social Change: The Rhetorical Role of Precedent in a 19th Century Child Custody Decision, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2004.
0.29 Kimber Barber-Fendley Chris Hamel, A New Visibility: An Argument for Alternative Assistance Writing Programs for Students with Learning Disabilities, College Composition and Communication, 2004.
0.27 Tonya M. Stremlau, Language Policy Culture and Disability: ASL and English, Rhetoric Review, 2003.
0.27 Virgina A. Chappell, Expert Testimony "Regular People" and Public Values: Arguing Common Sense at a Death Penalty Trial, Rhetoric Review, 1995.
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0.24 Bette A. Reagan, The Use of Ethos in Diana Trilling's "Mrs Harris: The Death of the Scarsdale Diet Doctor": A Personal Interpretation of the Narrative of the Trial, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1982.
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0.24 Cynthia Lewiecki-Wilson, Doing the Right Thing" versus Disability Rights: A Response to Ellen Barton, JAC, 2001.
0.23 Cynthia Lewiecki-Wilson, Rethinking Rhetoric through Mental Disabilities, Rhetoric Review, 2003.
0.23 Linda Feldmeier White, Learning Disability Pedagogies and Public Discourse, College Composition and Communication, 2002.
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0.22 Scott Lunsford, Seeking a Rhetoric of the Rhetoric of Dis/Abilities, Rhetoric Review, 2005.
0.22 William Lewis, Law's Tragedy, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1991.
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