Writers' Roles: Enactments of the Process

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Harcourt Brace College Publishers, 1994 - Creative writing (Higher education) - 560 pages
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[The book] demonstrates writing techniques and strategies through the experiences of actual students. From beginning notes to final drafts, sustained student examples illustrate ways to read writing assignments and react to critical assessements by peers and instructors. [The book] features examples from a range of personal and academeic writing, including writing in response to reading, researched argumentation and writing in the disciplines. -Back cover.

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Contents

QeneraluungYourPeiioiialKiueileiiee
3
SECTION ONE WRITING ABOUT WHAT YOUVE EXPERIENCED
4
Professional Essays
24
Personalizing a Common Experience
33
Professional Essays
54
Your Present
73
SECTION TWO writing about whats going on around
103
PROCESS FOCUS
145
SECTION FOUR general approaches to researched writing
343
CHAPTER ELEVEN THE DEDUCTIVE RESEARCH PAPER
365
CHAPTER TWELVE THE DIALECTICAL RESEARCH PAPER
387
STUDENT ESSAY
401
SECTION FIVE DISCIPLINED APPROACHES TO RESEARCHED WRITING
409
CHAPTER THIRTEEN WRITING A LITERATURE PAPER
411
CHAPTER FOURTEEN WRITING A SOCIOLOGY PAPER
457
Being an Indian
459

CHAPTER SIX MAKING AN ARGUMENT
179
SECTION THREE WRITING IN RESPONSE TO READING
215
Writing an Analytical Essay
217
CHAPTER EIGHT DEVELOPING A PERSONAL RESPONSE TO A TEXT 953
254
Professional Essays
282
Thomas Sowell The Dangers
335
SECTION FOUR GENERAL APPROACHES TO RESEARCHED
341
CHAPTER FIFTEEN WRITING A SCIENCE PAPER 463 student essay
483
SPECIAL APPLICATIONS AND MATTERS OF CONVENTION
505
CHAPTER SEVENTEEN A GUIDE TO USING SOURCES
527
Making Them
541
on Burkes Pentad
557
PROCESS FOCUS
559
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