CHAPTER ONEIntroduction: East Asian Blepharoplasty
onYouTube as an Asian/Asian American RhetoricWhat this chapter does: Lays out groundwork for examiningtemporality of shifting identities--how identities move andchange across time and space, particularly as they meet, engage,and conﬂict with other identities.
CHAPTER FIVEWhat Asian Eyelids Can
Teach UsAbout Rhetoric and Writing:Implications for Multimodal Analysis,Production, and Organization of BodiesWhat this chapter does: Uses tropes and temporal logics fromprevious chapters to present A Culturally Reﬂexive Framework forMultimodal Representations of Bodies
From Here• Further research- Test
framework presented in Chapter 5.- Look for ways that this work could speak speciﬁcally toprofessional and technical communication.• Make decisions about where and how to publish- Webtext (Kairos)- Journal articles (TCQ, JBTC, RSQ, CCC)- Monograph (Utah State, Sweetland Digital RhetoricCollaborative)
From Here• Suggestions for building
a study around frameworkpresented in Chapter 5.• Journal articles- Can smaller arguments stand alone?- Suggestions for shifting to a professional and technicalcommunication audience.• Monograph- Strategies for strengthening theoretical argument andkeeping it consistent all the way through the manuscript.