Date of Award
Master of Arts
William D. Payne
To many voters, the words make the man. Many voters interpret the personality projected by a politician's speech as the candidate's real self. Since the age of Plato, speakers have manipulated this projected personality, called ethical image by rhetoricians, to favorably display good sense, good moral character, and good will towards the audience.
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Samuel Dail Lewis
June 3, 2013
Lewis, Samuel Dail, "Ethical image in the rhetoric of Gary Hart" (1984). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 103.