Master of Arts (MA)
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CLASS! NEWSPAPER: An Application of Rhetorical Theory and Fantasy Theme Analysis is a non-traditional thesis based on applied rhetorical theory. It is a narrative history of the establishment of a publication for the high school students of Southern Nevada and the non-profit organization that guides CLASS! newspaper, all viewed through the lens of Fantasy Theme Analysis, as described by Ernest G. Bormann and by Karyn Rybacki and Donald Rybacki.
Analysis; Application; Class; Fantasy; Newspaper; Rhetorical; Theme; Theory
Mass media; Education, Secondary; Journalism
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
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Aizley, Sari G, "Class! Newspaper: An application of rhetorical theory and fantasy theme analysis" (1996). UNLV Retrospective Theses & Dissertations. 3229.
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