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Mark Gring

  • Associate Professor
  • Associate Professor
  • Texas Tech University
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Research interests

Epistemology and Sociopolitical change Religious argument and sociopolitical change Rhetorical Criticism of Sermons Epistemology and Communication Pedagogy

About

I was born in Ohio (USA) to missionary parents who moved to Guatemala and El Salvador in the 1960s. I returned to the USA in 1969 and lived in Kansas until 1976 when I returned with my family to help rebuild Guatemala after the 1976 earthquake. After several months I returned and started college. I completed my BA and MA in Speech Communication at the University of Texas at Austin and my doctorate (Ph.D.) at The Ohio State University in 1993. I have since taught at Mississippi State University, Southwestern University, The University of Texas of the Permian Basin (Odessa, TX) and Texas Tech University.

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  • camila inzunza villena
  • Julian Herrera Mejia
  • Tim Hoke
  • Jesus Fernandez-Garcia
  • Colleen Pyle

Publications (5)

  • We Have Nothing to Fear but ...: A Rhetorical Analysis of Fear in Post-9/11 Sermons

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  • BkRvw: Moral Rhetoric of American Presidents - By Colleen J. Shogan

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  • The lady’s not for turning”: Margaret thatcher's attention intervention

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  • The rhetoric of social intervention: An introduction

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  • Preachers , Terrorism , and War : Rhetorical Analysis of Sermons Responding to 9-11 By

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Professional experience

Associate Professor

Texas Tech University

March 2008 - Present

Education

Ph.D. in Communication (Rhetoric and Communication Theory)

The Ohio State University

January 1987 - August 1993(7 years)

Masters in Speech Communication

The University of Texas at Austin

January 1984 - May 1986(2 years)

Bachelors of Science in Speech Communication

The University of Texas at Austin

January 1983 - December 1983(a year)