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Derek Ross

  • Associate Professor
  • Auburn University
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Research interests

and research methodology and pedagogy in technical commExamination of environmental rhetoric in hot-topic situations Investigation of modern perceptions and use of commonplaces in environmental rhetoric Examination of student understanding of research

About

Derek Ross received his Ph.D. in Technical Communication and Rhetoric from Texas Tech University. His research interests include examination of environmental rhetoric in hot-topic situations, investigation of modern perceptions and use of commonplaces in environmental rhetoric, and research methodology and pedagogy in technical communication.

Co-authors (1)

  • Ben Meuleman
  • Kristina Litchford
  • Stewart Whittemore
  • Katie Mullinax
  • Emily Friedman
  • Matthew Zarnowiecki

Publications (5)

  • Common Topics and Commonplaces of Environmental Rhetoric

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  • Deep audience analysis: A proposed method for analyzing audiences for environment-related communication

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    3Citations
  • Ambiguous Weighting and Nonsensical Sense: The Problems of "Balance" and "Common Sense" as Commonplace Concepts and Decision-making Heuristics in Environmental Rhetoric

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  • Ars dictaminis perverted: The personal solicitation E-mail as a genre

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  • Dam visuals: The changing visual argument for the Glen Canyon Dam

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    8Citations
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Editorships

Communication Design Quarterly

Editor

2017 - Present

Professional experience

Associate Professor

Auburn University

August 2009 - Present

Education

Ph.D. in Technical Communication and Rhetoric

Texas Tech Univeristy

Masters in English

Virginia Tech