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“Terministic Screens,” Social Constructionism, and the Language of Experience: Kenneth Burke’s Utilization of William James Paul Stob Kenneth Burke’s
ABSTRACT The most appropriate vehicle for examining the role of language.in prodacing sex role stereotypes and sexism is Kenneth Burke’s concept of the
Burke’s concept of the terministic screen, a definition of reality that directs the attention of the audience along a certain line of thought. Thus, once a linguisticTerministic Screens. Ch 3 of Language as Symbolic Action pub 1966. I “[A]ny nomenclature necessarily directs the attention into some channels rather than
“We must use terministic screens, since we can’t say anything without the use of terms; whatever terms we use, they necessarily constitute a corresponding kind
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screens before seemingly unproblematic objects to reveal their complex and results is explored through three such “terministic screens”-the sermon, the.
Overview Kenneth Burke develops the terministic screen in his book of /1/2/8/8/128858595/pafola-bepanah-pyaar-hai-aaja-mp3-download-selegofopem.pdf.