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Getting restless : rethinking revision in writing instruction

Author: Nancy Welch
Publisher: Portsmouth, N.H. : Boynton/Cook Publishers, ©1997.
Series: CrossCurrents (Portsmouth, N.H.)
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In Getting Restless, Nancy Welch asks compositionists to rethink what they mean by "revision," urging them to examine long-held beliefs about teacher-student relations and writing practices. Drawing primarily on feminist and psychoanalytic theories, she considers how revision can be redefined as a process of disorientation: an act of restlessness with received meanings, familiar relationships, and disciplinary or  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Welch, Nancy, 1963-
Getting restless.
Portsmouth, N.H. : Boynton/Cook Publishers, ©1997
(OCoLC)606976001
Online version:
Welch, Nancy, 1963-
Getting restless.
Portsmouth, N.H. : Boynton/Cook Publishers, ©1997
(OCoLC)608634744
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nancy Welch
ISBN: 0867094001 9780867094008
OCLC Number: 35673511
Description: x, 198 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Ch. 1. Getting Restless: Rethinking Revision in Writing Instruction --
Ch. 2. Collaborating with the Enemy --
Ch. 3. Revising a Writer's Identity --
Ch. 4. From Silence to Noise --
Ch. 5. Migrant Rationalities --
Ch. 6. Worlds in the Making: The Literary Project as Potential Space --
Ch. 7. Toward an Excess-ive Theory of Revision --
Postscript: What's a Nice Girl Like You Doing with a Guy Like That? Or, Why Freud Keeps Showing up in My Research.
Series Title: CrossCurrents (Portsmouth, N.H.)
Responsibility: Nancy Welch.

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In Getting Restless, Nancy Welch asks compositionists to rethink what they mean by "revision," urging them to examine long-held beliefs about teacher-student relations and writing practices. Drawing primarily on feminist and psychoanalytic theories, she considers how revision can be redefined as a process of disorientation: an act of restlessness with received meanings, familiar relationships, and disciplinary or generic boundaries, a practice of intervening in the meanings and identifications of one's text and one's life.

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