Methodologies for the Rhetoric of Health and Medicine

Meloncon, L., and Scott, B. (2017). Methodologies for the Rhetoric of Health and Medicine. New York: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group.

  • Scott, J. B., & Meloncon, L. Manifesting methodologies for the rhetoric of health & medicine.
  • Wells, S., & Stormer, N. Historical work in the discourses of health and medicine.
  • Ehrenfeld, D. Ecological investments and the circulation of rhetoric: Studying the “Saving Knowledge” of Dr. Emma Walker’s social hygiene lectures.
  • Johnson, N. R. Infrastructural methodology: A case in protein as public health.
  • Happe, K. E. Health communication methodology and race.
  • Meloncon, L. Bringing the body back through performative phenomenology.
  • Gouge, C. C. “No Single Path”: Desire lines and divergent pathographies in health and medicine.
  • Bivens, K. M. Rhetorically listening for microwithdrawals of consent in research practice.
  • Edwell, J. Medical interiors: Materialty and spatiality in medical rhetoric research methods.
  • Opel, D. S. Ethical research in “Health 2.0”: Considerations for scholars of medical rhetoric.
  • Pigozzi, L. M. Negotiating informed consent: Bueno aconsejar, mejor remediar (it is good to give advice, but it is better to solve the problem).
  • Bloom-Pojar, R. Translingual rhetorical engagement in transcultural health spaces.
  • Angeli, E. A. Assemblage mapping, a research methodology for rhetoricians of health and medicine.
  • Hartzog, M. Rhetorical invention in genetic engineering for disease control.
  • Gruber, D. R. Experiments in rhetoric: Invention and neurorhetorical play.