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Handbook of research on writing : history, society, school, individual, text

Author: Charles Bazerman
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2013, ©2008.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Bazerman
ISBN: 9780805848700 0805848703
OCLC Number: 988490563
Notes: Originally published: New York : Erlbaum Associates, 2008.
Description: xvii, 652 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: ONE: History of writing --
Origins and forms of writing / Denise Schmandt-Besserat and Michael Erard --
History of writing technologies / Brian Gabrial --
History of typography / David Jury --
History of the book, authorship, book design, and publishing / David Finkelstein --
History of reflection, theory, and research on writing / Paul A. Prior and Karen J. Lunsford TWO: Writing in society --
Writing and the social formation of economy / Graham Smart --
On documentary society / Dorothy E. Smith and Catherine F. Schryer --
Writing, text, and the law / Peter Tiersma --
Writing and secular knowledge apart from modern European institutions / Charles Bazerman and Paul Rogers --
Writing and secular knowledge within modern European institutions / Charles Bazerman and Paul Rogers --
The collection and organization of written knowledge / Jack Andersen --
Writing as art and entertainment / Patrick Colm Hogan --
Writing and journalism: Politics, social movements, and the public sphere / Martin Conboy --
Writing in the professions / Anne Beaufort --
History of writing in the community / Ursula Howard --
Writing, gender, and culture: An interdisciplinary perspective / Mary P. Sheridan-Rabideau --
Writing and social change / Brenton Faber THREE: Writing in schooling --
History of schools and writing / David R. Olson --
Writing in primary school / Pietro Boscolo --
Writing in secondary schools / George Hillocks --
Teaching of writing in higher education / Richard H. Haswell --
Teaching of writing and writing teachers through the ages / Duane Roen, Maureen Daly Goggin, and Jennifer Clary-Lemon --
Construct and consequence: Validity in writing assessment / Sandra Murphy and Kathleen Blake Yancey --
Teaching of writing and diversity: Access, identity, and achievement / John Albertini FOUR: --
Writing and the individual --
Development of writing abilities in childhood / Deborah Wells Rowe --
Defining adolescent and adult writing development: A contest of empirical and federal wills / Julie Cheville and Margaret Finders --
The reading-writing nexus in discourse research / Nancy Nelson --
Writing and cognition: Implications of the cognitive architecture for learning to write and writing to learn / Deborah McCutchen, Paul Teske, and Catherine Bankston --
Writing and communication disorders across the life span / Julie A. Hengst and Cynthia J. Johnson --
Writing as physical and emotional healing: Findings from clinical research / Jessica Singer and George H.S. Singer --
Identity and the writing of culturally and linguistically diverse students / Arnetha F. Ball and Pamela Ellis --
Multilingual writing development / Dwight Atkinson and Ulla Connor FIVE: Writing as text --
Writing and speaking / Douglas Biber and Camilla Vásquez --
Grammar, the sentence, and traditions of linguistic analysis / Mary J. Schleppegrell --
Form, text organization, genre, coherence, and cohesion / Christine M. Tardy and John M. Swales --
Persuasion, audience, and argument / Carolyn R. Miller and Davida Charney --
Seeing the screen: Research into visual and digital writing practices / Anne Frances Wysocki.
Responsibility: edited by Charles Bazerman.

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