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0.33 Bryan Crable, Symbolizing Motion: Burke's Dialectic and Rhetoric of the Body, Rhetoric Review, 2003.
0.31 Charles W. Kneupper, Dramatistic Invention: The Pentad as a Heuristic Procedure, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1979.
0.31 William Benoit, A Note on Burke on "Motive", Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1996.
0.29 Clayton W. Lewis, Burke's Act in A Rhetoric of Motives, College English, 1984.
0.26 Kristie S. Fleckenstein, Once Again with Feeling: Empathy in Deliberative Discourse, JAC, 2007.
0.25 Mark Bracher, Teaching for Social Justice: Reeducating the Emotions Through Literary Study, JAC, 2006.
0.25 Clayton W. Lewis, Clayton W Lewis Responds, College English, 1985.
0.24 Daniel J. O'Keefe, Burke's Dramatism and Action Theory, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1978.
0.24 Nan Johnson, Reader-Response and the Pathos Principle, Rhetoric Review, 1988.
0.24 Charles W. Kneupper, The Relation of Agency to Act in Dramatism: A Comment on "Burke's Act", College English, 1985.
0.23 Matthew J. Newcomb, Totalized Compassion: The (Im)Possibilities for Acting out of Compassion in the Rhetoric of Hannah Arendt, JAC, 2007.
0.23 Mark Bracher, How to Teach for Social Justice: Lessons Form "Uncle Tom's Cabin" and Cognitive Science, College English, 2009.
0.23 Debra Hawhee, Burke on Drugs, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2004.
0.23 Wendy Wolters Hinshaw, Teaching for Social Justice? Resituating Student Resistance, JAC, 2007.
0.22 Michael Hassett, Increasing Response-ability through Mortification: A Burkean Perspective on Teaching Writing, JAC, 1995.
0.22 Richard M. Coe, Richard M Coe Responds, College English, 1987.
0.21 Jessica Enoch, Becoming Symbol-Wise: Kenneth Burke's Pedagogy of Critical Reflection, College Composition and Communication, 2004.
0.21 Susan H. McLeod, The Affective Domain and the Writing Process: Working Definitions, Journal of Advanced Composition, 1991.
0.20 W. Ross Winterowd, Kenneth Burke: An Annotated Glossary of His Terministic Screen and a "Statistical" Survey of His Major Concepts, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1985.
0.20 Kristie S. Fleckenstein, Defining Affect in Relation to Cognition: A Response to Susan McLeod, Journal of Advanced Composition, 1991.
0.20 Jenny Edbauer, Energies and Outbursts: A Response to Laura Micciche, JAC, 2006.
0.20 Kenneth Burke, Questions and Answers about the Pentad, College Composition and Communication, 1978.
0.19 Mark E. Wildermuth, Hobbes Aristotle and the Materialist Rhetor, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1997.
0.19 David Tell, Burke's Encounter with Ransom: Rhetoric and Epistemology in "Four Master Tropes", Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2004.
0.18 Christa Olson, Burke's Attitude Problem, College Composition and Communication, 2008.
0.18 Jennifer Seibel Trainor, From Identity to Emotion: Frameworks for Understanding and Teaching Against Anticritical Sentiments in the Classroom, JAC, 2006.
0.18 Tilly Warnock, KB in Wyoming June 1985. Rhetoric Review, 1986,
0.18 Cynthia Miecznikowski Sheard, Kairos and Kenneth Burke's Psychology of Political and Social Communication, College English, 1993.
0.18 Ellen Quandahl, "It's Essentially as Though This Were Killing Us": Kenneth Burke on Mortification and Pedagogy, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1997.
0.18 Michael Hassett, Constructing an Ethical Writer for the Postmodern Scene, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1995.
0.18 Alice G. Brand, Writing and Feelings: Checking Our Vital Signs, Rhetoric Review, 1990.
0.17 Alice G. Brand, HOT COGNITION: EMOTIONS AND WRITING BEHAVIOR, Journal of Advanced Composition, 1985.
0.17 Tilly Warnock, Reading Kenneth Burke: Ways in Ways out Ways Roundabout, College English, 1986.
0.17 Robert Samuels, Promoting Social Change through Higher Education, JAC, 2007.
0.17 Tilly Warnock, "A Return to Inconclusiveness": A Strategy for Coping with Composition and Rhetoric and a Whole Lot More, JAC, 1998.
0.17 Ellen Quandahl, "More Than Lessons in How to Read": Burke Freud and the Resources of Symbolic Transformation, College English, 2001.
0.17 Jay Jordan, Dell Hymes Kenneth Burke's "Identification" and the Birth of Sociolinguistics, Rhetoric Review, 2005.
0.17 Ann George Kenneth Burke, Kenneth Burke's "On 'Must' and 'Take Care'": An Edition of His Reply to Parkes's Review of "Attitudes Toward History", Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1999.
0.16 Joseph Comprone, Kenneth Burke and the Teaching of Writing, College Composition and Communication, 1978.
0.16 Virginia Allen, SOME IMPLICATIONS OF KENNETH BURKE'S "WAY OF KNOWING" FOR COMPOSITION THEORY, Journal of Advanced Composition, 1982.
0.16 Richard A. Katula, Quintilian on the Art of Emotional Appeal, Rhetoric Review, 2003.
0.16 Joyce Carroll, While Writing a Poem, College Composition and Communication, 1978.
0.16 Kenneth Burke, A Comment on "It Takes Capital to Defeat Dracula", College English, 1987.
0.15 Ashley Falzetti, Political Affects: Transdisciplinary Trajectories of Affect and Emotion, JAC, 2008.
0.15 Ilene Crawford, Building a Theory of Affect in Cultural Studies Composition Pedagogy, JAC, 2002.
0.15 W. Ross Winterowd, Dramatism in Themes and Poems, College English, 1983.
0.15 Jeffrey R. Di Leo, Shame in Academe: On the Politics of Emotion in Academic Culture, JAC, 2006.