So you may be asking yourself what contributions does Kenneth Burke have within One of his contributions to rhetoric is called terministic screens which is. In this essay, Burke argues that all language is used and interpreted through terministic screens that direct attention toward certain elements or. Start studying COMM Burke, “Terministic Screens”. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
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Essays on Life, Literature, and Method in Terministic screens are conceptual vocabularies used to name and interpret the world, sxreens includes the material phenomena and forces studied by science as well as the products or insights of human relations and thought. Terministic screens consist of the words we use to represent reality, and as selections from among many conceptual vocabularies, they can lead to different conclusions burrke to what reality actually is.
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