Continuing our Speculative Study in the Present
Critique as Provocation
When we began drafting this issue introduction, extending from a previous introduction in which we committed “to do more and better in...
Distributed Feminist Rhetorical Agency after a Rape Accusation
This article examines the rhetorical effects of a rape accusation on the survivor and on the survivor’s community of social justice activists....
Multiple Voices on Authorship and Authority in Biomedical Publications
The intersection of industry sponsorship, government regulation, academic interests, and medical journals is a core interest in biomedical...
Ethics in Praxis
Situational, Embodied, Relational
As the introduction to this issue makes clear, the ethical exposure essays we include here are the start of an ongoing initiative in the...
Negotiating the Ethics of Representation in RHM Research
Drawing from my experience conducting an interview-based study on vaccine hesitancy, this essay explores the ethical negotiations RHM...
Considering the Downstream Effects of Human Subjects Research Protections
This article considers the problem of conflicting researcher obligations in RHM, particularly when professional medical rhetoric is analyzed...
An Ethics-of-Care Paradigm in Opposition Research
The Tensions of Studying a Pro-Life Organization
This paper explores how I navigated the complicated terrain of opposition research during the dissertation phase of my doctoral program. Drawing...
Pivoting Toward Rhetorical Ethics by Sharing and Using Existing Data and Creating an RHM Databank
An Ethical Research Practice for the Rhetoric of Health and Medicine
We argue that by using existing data and sharing research in a databank, RHM scholars can practice a research habit that conserves and optimizes...