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Methods and methodology in composition research.
Carbondale : Southern Illinois University Press, ©1992
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Gesa Kirsch; Patricia A Sullivan
ISBN: 0809317265 9780809317264 0809317273 9780809317271
OCLC Number: 23973666
Description: vii, 354 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Research methods and methodology. Dreams and play : historical method and methodology / Robert J. Connors --
Feminism and methodology in composition studies / Patricia A. Sullivan --
Writing theory : : theory writing / Susan Miller --
Context-sensitive text analysis / Thomas N. Huckin --
Analyzing talk about writing / Peter L. Mortensen --
The narrative roots of the case study / Thomas Newkirk --
Ethnography and composition : studying language at home / Beverly J. Moss --
Composition from the teacher-research point of view / Ruth Ray --
Connecting cognition and context in composition / Karen A. Schriver --
Experimental and descriptive research methods in composition / Richard Beach --
Research problems and issues. Methodological pluralism : epistemological issues / Gesa Kirsch --
Coding data : issues of validity, reliability, and interpretation / Keith Grant-Davie --
Collaborative scholarship in composition : some issues / Duane H. Roen and Robert K. Mittan --
Methods, methodologies, and the politics of knowledge : reflections and speculations / Lisa Ede.
Responsibility: edited by Gesa Kirsch and Patricia A. Sullivan.
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