Vol 10, No 2 (1991)

Fall/Winter 1991

Table of Contents

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What is English?
Edmund J. Farrell
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111-122
The Technical, the Practical, and the Emancipatory: A Habermassian View of Composition Pedagogy
John Aber
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123-136
A Mother Re-envisions Her Daughter's Writing
Betsy Hardymon
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137-150
Assessing Students' Songs of the Self
Robert Tremmel
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151-164
Creativity and Non-Literary Writing: The Importance of Problem Finding
Sarah Liggett
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165-180
The Argumentative, Multiple-Source Paper: College Students Reading, Thinking and Writing about Divergent Points of View
Patrick J. Slattery
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181-200
The "Reader's Outline": A Tool for Global Revision
Dean A. Ward
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201-216
Teachers as Learners: Negotiated Roles in Writing Teachers' Learning Logs
Wendy Bishop
217-240
Ideologies, Technologies, and Teaching
Ellen F. Gardiner
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241-254
Textual Rhetorics and Textual Carnivals: Susan Miller and the "Subjects" of Rhetoric and Composition
Nedra Reynolds
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255-268
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269-272