What Does Mediation Look Like in Writing?

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March 28, 2013 by Jackie Hoermann

 

 

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For our “Thought of the Day,” let’s think about what mediation looks like. What does it look like in writing? Could questions from this Rhetoric_for_Radicals handbook help?

 

 

Also, what might it look like visually? Consider this visual depiction of the great diaper debate, published last spring in Whole Living.

 

 

 

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