Academic discourse and critical consciousness
Academic Discourse and Critical Consciousnes traces the attempts of one writing teacher to understand theoretically -& and to respond pedagogically - to what happens when students from diverse backgrounds learn to use language in college.& Critical of even her own previous work, Patricia Bizzell presents a picture of how she has grappled with major issues in composition studies over the past decade and offers suggestions for the development of composition studies as an academic discipline.
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The Ethos of Academic Discourse
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