Professing Literacy in Composition Studies
This book explores the following key questions: What is literacy? What do we mean when we profess literacy? How can we create a theoretical map of writing studies in which to locate the ways we define and situate our notions and assumptions about literacy? The author addresses these questions by mapping the ideological perspectives on literacy that inform the field's theoretical terrain.
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