Risky Writing: Self-disclosure and Self-transformation in the Classroom

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University of Massachusetts Press, 2001 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 303 pages
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The final volume in a trilogy of works that examine the impact of writing and reading about traumatic subjects. Jeffrey Berman describes ways in which teachers can encourage college students to write safely on a wide range of subjects deemed too personal or dangerous for the classroom.

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Depression, the death of someone close, sexual abuse, drug or alcohol addiction, and racial prejudice are not subjects most college students would willingly write about on a personal level for a ... Read full review

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Theoretical and Practical Implications
21
Seeing Ourselves through the Eyes of Others
72
The Dark Side of Diversity
113
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