Public relations as a discourse community an essay that reports about the discourse used in your major or track (public relations). Think of yourself as an archaeologist digging around and analyzing the types of texts used in you major. In a sense, texts are artifacts. There are a few parts: The first part is the introduction, which should include an attempt to engage your audience, background information about your subject, an attempt to contextualize your topic by summarizing some of hw literature about your major’s discourse; an attempt to give your topic some exigency,
and a thesis statement. Secondly, you need to find examples of how discourse is used in your major and analyze those examples. Specifically, you’ll need to find texts-broadly defined- Used in your major that demonstrate the following key elements of discourse: genre, jargon, unique metaphors, and intertextuality. For the last part,
using John Swales’ distinct traits of a discourse community, you’ll need to demonstrate how your major functions socially as a discourse community by reporting on and examining its public goals, etiquette for using media noted above, and threshold levels of expertise. End your paper with a conclusion that restates your thesis, draws some
conclusions about your major and its discourse, and re-engages your readers. Make sure the three parts are synthesized together to form an overall essay.
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