Writing community change: designing technologies for citizen action

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Hampton Press, Mar 30, 2007 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 143 pages
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User Review  - Chris Friend - Goodreads

While Grabill likes to "toot his own horn" a bit more than I tend to care for, he does provide a good discussion of effective information systems and effective community-based, grass-roots reform. The ... Read full review

Contents

Writing Technologies and Community Action
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Making Infrastructures to Support Invention 89
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Understanding Civic Information Infrastructures
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About the author (2007)

Grabill is Assistant Professor of English at Georgia State University.

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