Monday, November 12, 2018

Process, Post-process


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Carroll, Joyce Armstrong.  “Process into Product:  Teacher Awareness of the Writing Process Affects Students’ Written Products.”  New Directions in Composition Research.  Ed.  Richard Beach and Lillian S. Bridwell.  New York:  Guilford, 1984:  315-33.

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Clifford, John, and Elizabeth Ervin.  “The Ethics of Process.”  Post-Process Theory:  Beyond the Writing-Process Paradigm.  Ed. Thomas Kent.  Carbondale:  Southern Illinois UP, 1999.  179-197.

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Couture, Barbara.  “Modeling and Emulating:  Rethinking Agency in the Writing Process.”  Post-Process Theory:  Beyond the Writing-Process Paradigm.  Ed. Thomas Kent.  Carbondale:  Southern Illinois UP, 1999.  30-48.

Crowley, Sharon.  “Around 1971:  Current-Traditional Rhetoric and Process Models of Composing.”  Composition in the Twenty-First Century:  Crisis and Change.  Ed. Lynn Z. Bloom, Donald A. Daiker, and Edward M. White.  Carbondale:  Southern Illinois UP, 1996.  64-74.

Dale, Helen.  “The Influence of Coauthoring on the Writing Process.”  Journal of Teaching Writing 15.1 (1996):  65-80.

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D’Angelo, Frank J.  Process and Thought in Composition.  Cambridge, MA:  Winthrop, 1977.  2nd ed. 1980.  3rd ed. Boston:  Little, Brown, 1985.

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Dobrin, Sidney I.  Constructing Knowledges:  The Politics of Theory-Building and Pedagogy in Composition.  Albany:  SUNY P, 1997.

Dobrin, Sidney.  “Paralogic Hermeneutic Theories, Power, and the Possibility for Liberating Pedagogies.”  Post-Process Theory:  Beyond the Writing-Process Paradigm.  Ed. Thomas Kent.  Carbondale:  Southern Illinois UP, 1999.  132-148.

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Enos, Theresa, and Keith D. Miller, eds.  Beyond Postprocess and Postmodernism:  Essays on the Spaciousness of Rhetoric. Mahwah, NJ:  Lawrence Erlbaum, 2002.

Ewald, Helen Rothschiild.  “A Tangled Web of Discourses:  On Post-Process Pedagogy and Communicative Interaction.”  Post-Process Theory:  Beyond the Writing-Process Paradigm.  Ed. Thomas Kent.  Carbondale:  Southern Illinois UP, 1999.  116-131.

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Farmer, Frank M., and Phillip K. Arrington.  “Apologies and Accommodations:  Imitation and the Writing Process.”  Rhetoric Society Quarterly 23 (1993):  12-34.  [file Plagiarism:Mimesis]

Flynn, Elizabeth A.  “Composing Responses to Literary Texts:  A Process Approach.”  College Composition and Communication 34 (1983):  342-8.

Flynn, T.  “Hierarchies of Skill in the Composing Process:  A Review of Current Research.”  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Writing Centers Association, Clarion PA, May 1981.  (ERIC ED 208 422)

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Fraizer, Dan.  “Textbooks and Writing in the 1990s: The Commodification of Process and What Teachers and Students Can Do about It..”  The Writing Instructor 12 (1993): 134-43.

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Gorrell, Robert M.  “How to Make Mulligan Stew:  Process and Product Again.”  College Composition and Communication 34 (1983):  272-7.

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Hairston, Maxine.  “Different Products, Different Processes:  A Theory About Writing.”  College Composition and Communication 37 (1986):  442-52.

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Kennedy, Mary Lynch.  “The Composing Process of Students Writing from Sources.”  Written Communication 2 (October 1985):  434-456.

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Kostelnick, Charles.  “Process Paradigms in Design and Composition:  Affinities and Directions.”  College Composition and Communication 40 (October 1989):  267-81.

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