Browse by Subject "writing"

  • Scheele, Genevieve (2014)
    The purpose of this paper is to challenge the notion that most Japanese writers only wrote nationalist fiction during the Pacific War with America. I analyzed two short stories published shortly after the start of the ...

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  • Clements, Jill (2014-09-16)
    The Anglo-Saxon conversion to Christianity was as much a revolution in literacy as it was in religion. I argue that within this new textual culture, the Anglo-Saxons exploited writing’s aura of permanence to counter the ...

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  • Herb, Amelia (2013-08-22)
    This dissertation explicates the disciplinary rhetoric of the field of Library and Information Science (LIS) and its subsequent impact on the field of writing studies and the teaching of writing. Specifically, this inquiry ...

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  • Hughes, Jr., Robert (2009-03-13)
    These guidelines were developed to compose brief answers to questions, often called “frequently asked questions” or “FAQs.” FAQs are useful building blocks in learning structures on the web. These writing guidelines ...

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  • Robert Hughes, Jr. (2008-10-13)
    Writing brief answers for the web is different from writing academic papers. Your audience is the general public. They will not know technical jargon or theory. Their primary interest is in understanding an issue, finding ...

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  • DuBois, Charles; Dietel, Ronald; Welshons, Marlo; Shaffer, Kelly (2008-02-28)
    A central tenet of the iSchools is that “the right information delivered at the right time to the right people in the right form,” will “provide society with the key to success.” (www.ischools.org/oc/study.html) For this ...

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  • Rosbery, Ann S.; Warren, Beth; Bruce, Bertram C.; Flower, Linda; Bowen, Betsy; Kants, Margaret; Penrose, Ann M. (Champaign, Ill. : University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Center for the Study of Reading., 1990-02)
    This report discusses a cognitive/social perspective on writing and reading. Research demonstrating the communicative and problem-solving nature of writing and reading is examined, with special attention given to the ...

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