Cross-talk in Comp Theory: A Reader

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Victor Villanueva
National Council of Teachers of English, Jan 1, 2003 - Literary Criticism - 883 pages
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Spanning 30+ years, this second edition updates the collection of landmark and recent essays in composition theory. In addition to revising the introduction, the section openers, and the list of resources (which now includes Web sites).The collection also covers the major theoretical positions ("process to cohesion to cognition to social construction to ideology") and includes essays by most of the major scholars in composition.

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Anthology of readings about composition theory. Update Nov. 2013. Used this anthology for my papers this semester. Mainly used Min Zhan Lu's article. Lu (1994/2011) sees English courses as "informed ... Read full review

Contents

Section
1
Writing as a Mode of Learning
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The Composing Processes of Unskilled College Writers
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Copyright

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