Oral Interpretation as a Catalyst for Social Awareness Ann's Haven: Hospice of Denton County

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This oral interpretation thesis studies the use of oral interpretation in social contexts. The context chosen was the Hospice movement, which deals with assisting terminally ill persons and their families through the stages of death and bereavement. A readers theatre script was compiled for "Ann's Haven: Hospice of Denton County," which was selected for the locus of this thesis. The script was presented to various civic groups for the purpose of informing the public and eliciting support for Ann's Haven. It was found that oral interpretation is a viable rhetorical tool and is well liked by audiences as a means ... continued below

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Cancilla, Carlajo August 1981.

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This oral interpretation thesis studies the use of oral interpretation in social contexts. The context chosen was the Hospice movement, which deals with assisting terminally ill persons and their families through the stages of death and bereavement. A readers theatre script was compiled for "Ann's Haven: Hospice of Denton County," which was selected for the locus of this thesis. The script was presented to various civic groups for the purpose of informing the public and eliciting support for Ann's Haven. It was found that oral interpretation is a viable rhetorical tool and is well liked by audiences as a means of public enlightenment.

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Cancilla, Carlajo. Oral Interpretation as a Catalyst for Social Awareness Ann's Haven: Hospice of Denton County, thesis, August 1981; Denton, Texas. (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc504064/: accessed May 26, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; .