Communities of Discourse: The Rhetoric of Disciplines
Gary D. Schmidt, William J. Vande Kopple
Prentice Hall, Oct 1, 1992 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 735 pages
This collection of essays drawn from five different disciplines â€“ history, the arts, philosophy, science, and social science â€“ represents the kinds of writing that have characterized each discourse community, and illustrates both the clashes and agreements within those communities about the nature of effective writing.
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