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Traditions of writing research / edited by Charles Bazerman ... [et al.].

Contributor(s): Bazerman, CharlesMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: New York ; London : Routledge, 2010. Description: xi, 448 p. : ill. ; 24 cmISBN: 9780415993371 (hbk.); 0415993377 (hbk.); 9780415993388 (pbk.); 0415993385 (pbk.); 9780203892329 (ebk.); 0203892321 (ebk.)Subject(s): Rhetoric -- Study and teaching -- Congresses | Rhetoric -- Research -- Congresses | Composition (Language arts) -- Study and teaching -- Research -- Congresses | Written communication -- Research -- CongressesDDC classification: 808 LOC classification: P53.27 | .T73 2010
Contents:
Approaches in various regions. Modern "writingology" in China / Chen Huijun -- The French didactics approach to writing, from elementary school to university / I. Delcambre and Y. Reuter -- What factors influence the improvement of academic writing practices? A study of reform of undergraduate writing in Norwegian higher education / Olga Dysthe -- Mapping genre researches in Brazil : an exploratory study / Antonia Dilamar Araújo -- The teaching and learning of writing in Portugal : the case of a research group / Luísa Álvares Pereira ... [et al.] -- Spanish research on writing instruction for students with and without learning disabilities / Jesús-Nicasio García ... [et al.] -- Writing education in political and historical contexts. Writing, from Stalinism to democracy : literacy education and politics in Poland, 1945-1999 / Cezar M. Ornatowski -- A pilot investigation : a longitudinal study of student writing in a post-totalitarian state / Gil Harootunian -- The continuum illiterate-literate and the contrast between different ethnicities / Maria Sílvia Cintra -- Strategies, policies and research on reading and writing in Colombian universities / Blanca Yaneth González Pinzón -- Research on primary and secondary school practice. Young children revising their own texts in school settings / Mirta Castedo and Emilia Ferreiro -- Written representations of nominal morphology by Chinese and Moroccan children learning a Romance language / Liliana Tolchinsky and Naymé Salas -- Relationships between idea generation and transcription : how the act of writing shapes what children write / John R. Hayes and Virginia W. Berninger -- Academic writing in Spanish compulsory education : improvements after didactic intervention on sixth graders' expository texts / Teodoro Álvarez Angulo and Isabel García Parejo -- Caught in the middle : improving writing in the middle and upper primary years / Val Faulkner, Judith Rivalland, and Janet Hunter -- Teachers as mediators of instructional texts / Suzie Y. Null -- Pushing the boundaries of writing : the consequentiality of visualizing voice in bilingual youth radio / Deborah Romero and Dana Walker -- Classroom teachers as authors of the professional article : National Writing Project influence on teachers who publish / Anne Whitney -- Research on higher education practice. The international WAC/WID mapping project : objectives, methods, and early results / Chris Thaiss -- Rhetorical features of student science writing in introductory university oceanography / Gregory J. Kelly ... [et al.] -- Reading and writing in the social sciences in Argentine universities / Paula Carlino -- Preparing students to write : a case study of the role played by student questions in their quest to understand how to write an assignment in economics / Barbara Wake -- Can archived TV interviews with social sciences scholars enhance the quality of students' academic writing? / Terry Inglese -- Social academic writing : exploring academic literacies in text-based computer conferencing / Warren M. Liew and Arnetha F. Ball -- Between peer review and peer production : genre, wikis, and the politics of digital code in academe / Doreen Starke-Meyerring -- Theories and methodologies for understanding writing and writing processes. Writing in multiple contexts : Vygotskian CHAT meets the phenomenology of genre / David R. Russell -- The contributions of North American longitudinal studies of writing in higher education to our understanding of writing development / Paul Rogers -- Statistical modeling of writing processes / Daniel Perrin and Marc Wildi -- Writers' eye movements / Mark Torrance and Åsa Wengelin -- Text analysis as theory-laden methodology / Nancy Nelson and Stephanie Grote-Garcia -- On textual silences, large and small / Thomas Huckin.
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Papers presented at the 2008 WRAB conference.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Approaches in various regions. Modern "writingology" in China / Chen Huijun -- The French didactics approach to writing, from elementary school to university / I. Delcambre and Y. Reuter -- What factors influence the improvement of academic writing practices? A study of reform of undergraduate writing in Norwegian higher education / Olga Dysthe -- Mapping genre researches in Brazil : an exploratory study / Antonia Dilamar Araújo -- The teaching and learning of writing in Portugal : the case of a research group / Luísa Álvares Pereira ... [et al.] -- Spanish research on writing instruction for students with and without learning disabilities / Jesús-Nicasio García ... [et al.] -- Writing education in political and historical contexts. Writing, from Stalinism to democracy : literacy education and politics in Poland, 1945-1999 / Cezar M. Ornatowski -- A pilot investigation : a longitudinal study of student writing in a post-totalitarian state / Gil Harootunian -- The continuum illiterate-literate and the contrast between different ethnicities / Maria Sílvia Cintra -- Strategies, policies and research on reading and writing in Colombian universities / Blanca Yaneth González Pinzón -- Research on primary and secondary school practice. Young children revising their own texts in school settings / Mirta Castedo and Emilia Ferreiro -- Written representations of nominal morphology by Chinese and Moroccan children learning a Romance language / Liliana Tolchinsky and Naymé Salas -- Relationships between idea generation and transcription : how the act of writing shapes what children write / John R. Hayes and Virginia W. Berninger -- Academic writing in Spanish compulsory education : improvements after didactic intervention on sixth graders' expository texts / Teodoro Álvarez Angulo and Isabel García Parejo -- Caught in the middle : improving writing in the middle and upper primary years / Val Faulkner, Judith Rivalland, and Janet Hunter -- Teachers as mediators of instructional texts / Suzie Y. Null -- Pushing the boundaries of writing : the consequentiality of visualizing voice in bilingual youth radio / Deborah Romero and Dana Walker -- Classroom teachers as authors of the professional article : National Writing Project influence on teachers who publish / Anne Whitney -- Research on higher education practice. The international WAC/WID mapping project : objectives, methods, and early results / Chris Thaiss -- Rhetorical features of student science writing in introductory university oceanography / Gregory J. Kelly ... [et al.] -- Reading and writing in the social sciences in Argentine universities / Paula Carlino -- Preparing students to write : a case study of the role played by student questions in their quest to understand how to write an assignment in economics / Barbara Wake -- Can archived TV interviews with social sciences scholars enhance the quality of students' academic writing? / Terry Inglese -- Social academic writing : exploring academic literacies in text-based computer conferencing / Warren M. Liew and Arnetha F. Ball -- Between peer review and peer production : genre, wikis, and the politics of digital code in academe / Doreen Starke-Meyerring -- Theories and methodologies for understanding writing and writing processes. Writing in multiple contexts : Vygotskian CHAT meets the phenomenology of genre / David R. Russell -- The contributions of North American longitudinal studies of writing in higher education to our understanding of writing development / Paul Rogers -- Statistical modeling of writing processes / Daniel Perrin and Marc Wildi -- Writers' eye movements / Mark Torrance and Åsa Wengelin -- Text analysis as theory-laden methodology / Nancy Nelson and Stephanie Grote-Garcia -- On textual silences, large and small / Thomas Huckin.

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