Works Consulted for Introduction

Works Consulted

Bakhtin, Makhail. “The Problem of Speech Genres.” The Rhetorical Tradition. Ed. Patricia Bizzell and Bruce Herzberg. Boston: Bedford, 2001. 1227-45. Print.

Blakeslee, Ann M. “Bridging the Workplace and the Academy: Teaching Professional Genres through Classroom-Workplace Collaborations.” Teaching Technical Communication: Critical Issues for the Classroom. Ed. James M. Dubinsky. Boston: Bedford, 2004. 348-71. Print.

Downs, Douglas and Elizabeth Wardle. “Teaching about Writing, Righting Misconceptions: (Re)envisioning ‘First-Year Composition’ as ‘Introduction to Writing Studies.’” College Composition and Communication 58.4 (2007): 552-84. JSTOR. Web. 9 April 2013.

Freedman, Aviva and Christine Adam. “Learning to Write Professionally: ‘Situated Learning’ and the Transition from University to Professional Discourse.” Teaching Technical Communication: Critical Issues for the Classroom. Ed. James M. Dubinsky. Boston: Bedford, 2004. 310-36. Print.

Spinuzzi, Clay. “Pseudotransactionality, Activity Theory, and Professional Writing Instruction.” Teaching Technical Communication: Critical Issues for the Classroom. Ed. James M. Dubinsky. Boston: Bedford, 2004. 337-47. Print.

Wardle, Elizabeth and Doug Downs. Writing about Writing: A College Reader. Boston: Bedford, 2011. Print. Teaching Technical Communication: Critical Issues for the Classroom. Ed. James M. Dubinsky. Boston: Bedford, 2004. 348-71. Print.

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