Sarah Palin: A Contemporary Woman Rhetor

This paper thoroughly analyzes Vice Presidential Nominee Sarah Palin’s speech at the 2008 Republican National Convention, concentrating on her use of feminine rhetorical techniques. The paper was written my senior year at Stonehill College in a class entitled “Rhetoric of American Women”. The paper was accepted to be presented at the Eastern Communication Association’s annual conference in Baltimore in April 2010.

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