Composition and Sustainability: Teaching for a Threatened Generation
Owens works out his theories for higher education English deparments, professors, and teachers. His main impetus is that English studies departments should focus on sustainability, meeting today's needs without jeopardizing the interests of future generations, in order to teach students the central role of language, composition, and literature to their lives.
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