“You Want To Capture Something that Will Make People Change”: Rhetorical Persuasion in The Cove, Whale Wars, and Sharkwater. (2014)
Type of ContentTheses / Dissertations
Thesis DisciplineMedia and Communication
Degree NameMaster of Arts
PublisherUniversity of Canterbury. The School of Language, Social and Political Sciences
AuthorsStewart, Jessicashow all
Keywordsdolphins; whales; sharks; activism; whaling; rhetoric; Aristotle; ethos; pathos; logos; The Cove; Whale Wars; Sharkwater; whaling; Taiji; shark-finning; International Whaling Commission; International Court of Justice
RightsCopyright Jessica Stewart
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