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Table of Contents
  • Front Cover
  • Series page
  • Title page
  • Copyright page
  • Acknowledgment
  • Contents
  • Writing in Knowledge Societies
    • 1 The Roles of Writing In Knowledge Societies: Questions, Exigencies, and Implications for the Study and Teaching of Writing
      • Doreen Starke-Meyerring and Anthony Paré
      • Conceptual, Methodological, and Historical Perspectives on Studying Writing as an Epistemic Practice
    • 2 Investigating Texts in their Social Contexts: The Promise and Peril of Rhetorical Genre Studies
      • Catherine F. Schryer
    • 3 ‘Curious Gentlemen’: The Hudson’s Bay Company and the Royal Society, Business and Science in the Eighteenth Century
      • Janet Giltrow
    • 4 Electons are Cheap; Society is Dear
      • Charles Bazerman
      • Writing as Knowledge Work in Public and Professional Settings
    • 5 Risk Knowledge and Risk Communication: The Rhetorical Challenge of Public Dialogue
      • Philippa Spoel and Chantal Barriault
    • 6 The Evolution of an Environmentalist Group Toward Public Participation: Civic Knowledge Construction and Transgressive Identities
      • Diana Wegner
    • 7 Making Legal Knowledge in Global Digital Environments: The Judicial Opinion as Remix
      • Martine Courant Rife
    • 8 Understanding and Supporting Knowledge Work in Schools, Workplaces, and Public Life
      • William Hart-Davidson and Jeffrey T. Grabill
      • The Role of Writing in the Production of Knowledge in Research Environments
    • 9 Rhetoric, Knowledge, and “The Brute Facts of Nature” in Science Research
      • Heather Graves
    • 10 Disciplines and Discourses: Social Interactions in the Construction of Knowledge
      • Ken Hyland
    • 11 Knowledge and Identity Work in the Supervision of Doctoral Student Writing: Shaping Rhetorical Subjects
      • Anthony Paré, Doreen Starke-Meyerring, and Lynn McAlpine
    • 12 Writing into the Knowledge Society: A Case Study of Vulnerability in Inkshedding
      • Miriam Horne
      • The Teaching of Writing as an Epistemic Practice in Higher Education
    • 13 Writing and Knowledge Making: Insights from an Historical Perspective
      • Paul M. Rogers and Olivia Walling
    • 14 Reinventing WAC (again): The First-Year Seminar and Academic Literacy 1
      • Doug Brent
    • 15 A Code of Ethics as a Collaborative Learning Tool: Comparing a Face-To-Face Engineering Team and Multidisciplinary Online Teams
      • Anne Parker and Amanda Goldrick-Jones
    • 16 “An Engrained Part of My Career”: The Formation of a Knowledge Worker in the Dual Space of Engineering Knowledge and Rhetorical Process
      • Natasha Artemeva
    • 17 International Students and Identity: Resisting Dominant Ways of Writing and Knowing in Academe
      • Heekyeong Lee and Mary H. Maguire
      • Articulating and Implementing Rhetoric and Writing as a Knowledge-Making Practice in Higher Education
    • 18 Representing Writing: A Rhetoric for Change
      • Roger Graves
    • 19 Building Academic Community through a Town Hall Forum: Rhetorical Theories in Action
      • Tania Smith
    • 20 Talking the Talk and Walking the Walk: Establishing the Academic Role of Writing Centres
      • Margaret Procter
    • Author and Editor Institutional Affiliations
    • Back cover
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