Review Essay: Text, Talk, and Writing in Recovery: Implications for Composition Studies
This body of research responds to the questions postprocess composition studies should be concerned with: Why and how do people in our culture read and write when they are not compelled to by the state, what are the functions and forms of these various literacies, what do these practicies mean to the participants, to college students, to composition studies, and to the wider culture, and how do those meanings vary from this group to that?
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Thompson, Riki, "Review Essay: Text, Talk, and Writing in Recovery: Implications for Composition Studies" (2002). SIAS Faculty Publications. 793.
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