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Creepypasta and Contemporary Legends on the Internet
A Theory and Practice of Literary Affordance
User Support in the Wild and the Role of Technical Communication
Writing Practices of Student-Athletes
Utah Universities and the Point Four Program in Iran
Rethinking Online Writing in the Age of the Global Internet
Navigating Educational Leadership Positions
Instruction and Administration at 106 Comprehensive Universities
Rethinking Student Source Use and Writing Studies Research Methods
Studies in the Carnivalesque and Ritualesque
Pedagogy and the Working Class
Class in the Composition Classroom considers what college writing instructors should know about their working-class students—their backgrounds, experiences, identities, learning styles, and skills—in order to support them in the classroom, across campus, and beyond. In this volume, contributors explore the nuanced and complex meaning of “working class” and the particular values these college writers bring to the classroom.
Chinese International Students’ Mobilities, Literacies, and Identities
Thirty Cases for Reference and Research
Reinventing Our Universities from Below
A friendly critique of the field, The Politics of Writing Studies examines a set of recent pivotal texts in composition to show how writing scholarship, in an effort to improve disciplinary prestige and garner institutional resources, inadvertently reproduces structures of inequality within American higher education. Not only does this enable the exploitation of contingent faculty, but it also puts writing studies—a field that inherently challenges many institutional hierarchies—in a debased institutional position and at odds with itself.
How to Do Things with Texts, Second Edition
Exploring Translingual Writing Pedagogies and Programs
Conservation and American Politics, The Reagan Era to the Present
An Inquiry-Based Approach to Tutor Education
From scholars working in a variety of institutional and geographic contexts and with a wide range of student populations, Retention, Persistence, and Writing Programsoffers perspectives on how first-year writing can support or hinder students’ transitions to college. The contributors present individual and program case studies, surveys of thousands of students, a wealth of institutional retention data, and critical policy analysis.
Revaluations in Rhetoric and Composition
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