The Rhetorical Making of theAsian/Asian American Face:Reading and Writing Asian EyelidsJennifer Sano-Franchini | Michigan ...
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CHAPTER ONEIntroduction: East Asian Blepharoplasty onYouTube as an Asian/Asian American RhetoricWhat this chapter does: La...
CHAPTER TWOBeyond Westernization: Temporal Logics inthe Racialization of Double Eyelid SurgeryWhat this chapter does: Prob...
CHAPTER THREE“Wake Up!”:Emotionologizing and (De)naturalizingthe Asian/Asian American BodyWhat this chapter does: Explores...
CHAPTER FOURPragmatization & Agency, Efficiency & DesireWhat this chapter does: Presents tropes of pragmatization andagenc...
CHAPTER FIVEWhat Asian Eyelids Can Teach UsAbout Rhetoric and Writing:Implications for Multimodal Analysis,Production, and...
Narrowing the Focus From Timeto Asian American Rhetoric
“I Can’t Stop Looking at These South KoreanWomen Who’ve Had Plastic Surgery”
“Plastic Surgery Means Many BeautyQueens, But Only One Kind of Face”
“BlamePhotoshopfor Korea’sBeautyQueen‘Clones’?”
From Here• Further research- Test framework presented in Chapter 5.- Look for ways that this work could speak specifically ...
From Here• Suggestions for building a study around frameworkpresented in Chapter 5.• Journal articles- Can smaller argumen...
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The Rhetorical Making of the Asian/Asian American Face

  1. The Rhetorical Making of theAsian/Asian American Face:Reading and Writing Asian EyelidsJennifer Sano-Franchini | Michigan State University | Wednesday, May 1, 2013
  2. A QUICK OUTLINE
  3. 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.
  4. CHAPTER TWOBeyond Westernization: Temporal Logics inthe Racialization of Double Eyelid SurgeryWhat this chapter does: Problematizes the trope of racializationthrough an examination of temporal logics of progress andhybridization.
  5. CHAPTER THREE“Wake Up!”:Emotionologizing and (De)naturalizingthe Asian/Asian American BodyWhat this chapter does: Explores emotionologization and the splitbetween nature and technology as two tropes through which thestereotype of the Asian American robot is constructed.
  6. CHAPTER FOURPragmatization & Agency, Efficiency & DesireWhat this chapter does: Presents tropes of pragmatization andagency, discusses desire as a rhetorical construct and as anecessary component for the possibility of agency.
  7. 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
  8. Narrowing the Focus From Timeto Asian American Rhetoric
  9. “I Can’t Stop Looking at These South KoreanWomen Who’ve Had Plastic Surgery”
  10. “Plastic Surgery Means Many BeautyQueens, But Only One Kind of Face”
  11. “BlamePhotoshopfor Korea’sBeautyQueen‘Clones’?”
  12. 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)
  13. 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.
  14. Thank you

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