Rhetoric, Uncertainty, and the University as Text: How Students Construct the Academic Experience
With contributions from twenty scholars in the fields of composition and rhetoric (including classroom instructors, curriculum designers, program administrators in English and other departments and/or support services), this book offers a thought-provoking and lively collegial exchange on the subject of writing and the writing classroom. Focusing on the classroom as a socio-rhetorical construct, the contributors to this volume explore the complex process of classroom interaction; address questions about how indeterminacy?as a rhetorical factor?affects teaching and learning, student motivation and performance; and examine and critique the mandates and responsibilities of universities as suppliers of ?communication skills? and literacy.
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