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Overview

Interactions: A Thematic Reader is designed to help students discover meaning in what they read and to convey meaning in what they write. The text's readings and accompanying apparatus, which have been class tested and proven effective through five previous editions, guide students from a consideration of self to an awareness of how the self interacts with other people and phenomena.

The diverse reading selections in Interactions not only create a stimulating context for reading and writing but also help students find their own voices. The readings in the Sixth Edition, are accompanied by additional visuals and photographs to stimulate critical thinking. The Instructor and Student Web Sites offer a variety of writing and reading exercises that encourage use of unit-related web sites.

  • The text features a strong emphasis on critical thinking in both reading and writing, and on collaborative learning.
  • Readings represent a variety of genres and writing styles from authors of different ethnic and social backgrounds.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780395958407
  • Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Company College Division
  • Publication date: 8/28/1999
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 4
  • Pages: 550
  • Product dimensions: 6.50 (w) x 9.12 (h) x 0.75 (d)

Meet the Author

Ann Moseley (Ph.D., University of Oklahoma) is Associate Professor and Director of the Communications Skills Center at East Texas State University.

Jeanette Harris (Ph.D., East Texas State University) is Director of the William L. Adams Writing Center at Texas Christian University.

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Table of Contents

Contents

Note: Each unit includes Critical Thinking and Writing Assignments, Exploring Ideas Together, Exploring the Internet, and Writing Essays.

  • Annotated Table of Contents
  • I. The Self
    My Name, Sandra Cisneros
    The Name Is Mine, Anna Quindlen
    I'm Just Me, Lylah M. Alphonse
    Growing Up Asian, Kesaya E. Noda
    The Jacket, Gary Soto
    Salvation, Langston Hughes
    Nobody Listens When I Talk, Annette Sanford
    Living in Two Worlds, Marcus Mabry
    Hearing the Sweetest Songs, Nicolette Toussaint
    Call Me Crazy, But I Have to Be Myself, Mary Seymour
    A Thanksgiving Feast in Aburi, Maya Angelou
    The Rewards of Living a Solitary Life, May Sarton
    • II. Self with Family
      Mother, Father, Neighbor, Sue Miller
      The Old Man, Larry L. King
      A Daughter's Journey, Sharon Liao
      A Parent's Journey Out of the Closet, Agnes G Herman
      Adoption Should Be Color-Blind, Kristin St. John
      Hold the Mayonnaise, Julia Alvarez
      Sibling Imprints, Francine Klagsbrun
      Brothers, Bret Lott
      Keepsakes, Steve Sherwood
      No Snapshots in the Attic: A Granddaughter's Search for a Cherokee Past, Connie May Fowler
      Fatherless America, David Blankenhorn
      The Perfect Family, Alice Hoffman
      The Incredible Shrinking Family, Robert B. Reich
      • III. Self with Friends
        Liked for Myself, Maya Angelou
        A Small Act, Jimmy Carter
        A Boyhood Friendship in a Divided Valley, Ben Kamin
        Vinnie's Jacket, AnnaNussbaum
        College Friends, Jennifer Crichton
        What Are Friends For?, Marion Winik
        Breaking Away, Bob Herbert
        Only Reconnect, Jon Spayde
        The Difference Between Male and Female Friendships, Ellen Goodman and Patricia O'Brien
        What Friends Are For, Philip Lopate
        A Simple Gift, Robert J. Matthews
        • IV. Self with Dates and Mates
          Relationships 101, Rebecca Winters Madison
          From Front Porch to Back Seat, Beth Bailey
          Just Saying No to the Dating Industry, Kate Zernike
          Finding a Wife, Gary Soto
          My Home, My World, Archena Bhalla
          Teen Bride, Maggie Kirn
          Trouble in Paradise, Lee Ardell
          How Do I Love Thee?, Robert J. Trotter
          The Good Marriage, Judith S. Wallerstein and Sandra Blakeslee
          Marriage and Divorce American Style, E. Mavis Hetherington
          Why the M Word Matters to Me, Andrew Sullivan
          Gay Marriage—and Marriage, Sam Schulman
          • V. Self with Work
            Easy Job, Good Wages, Jesus Colon
            The Way We Worked, Tom Brokaw
            The Case Against Chores, Jane Smiley
            W-O-R-K, Brian Braaksma
            Girl in an Oven, Sarah Jeanette Smith
            One Man's Kids, Daniel Meier
            Working with Difficult People, Constance Faye Mudore
            Workplace Violence: Going "Postal," Paula Bryant
            Less Is More: A Call for Shorter Work Hours, Barbara Brandt
            What You Do Is What You Are, Nickie McWhirter
            The Future of Work, Robert B. Reich
            Can't Hear Your Inner Voice?, Anjula Razdan
            • VI. Self with Society
              Getting to Know About You and Me, Chana Schoenberger
              Indian Education, Sherman Alexie
              The Scholarship Jacket, Marta Salinas
              Cultural Diversity, Joan Marie Snider
              Anonymous Victims of Dreams and a River, Victor Landa
              The Citizenship Boom, Nathan Glazer
              Coming to America, Jonathan Rauch
              People Like Us, David Brooks
              Mongrel America, Gregory Rodriguez
              The Resegregation of a Southern School, Douglas A. Blackmon
              The Recoloring of Campus Life, Shelby Steele
              I Have a Dream, Martin Luther King, Jr.
              • VII. Self with Technology and Media
                The Plot Against People, Russell Baker
                Nena's Tamale Machine, Diane Gonzales Bertrand
                Technology and the Hearing Impaired, Tammy Holm
                The Distorting Mirror of Reality TV, Sarah Coleman
                The Real Digital Divide, Shari Caudron
                Are Video Games Really So Bad?, Joshua Quittner
                Oversimulated Suburbia, David Brooks
                Fraternities of Netheads: Internet Addiction on Campus, Kimberly S. Young
                We ALL Pay for Internet Plagiarism, Ellen Laird
                Internet Insecurity, Adam Cohen
                Hype, Spin, Puffery, and Lies: Should We Be Scared?, Lane Jennings
                Rising to the Occasion, Rem Rieder
                • VIII. Self with Heroes
                  Larger Than Life, Philip Toshio Sudo
                  September 11, 2001: Answering the Call, Bill Moon
                  Real Superheroes, Dan Levin
                  Hero Inflation, Nicholas Thompson
                  Sometimes Heroism Is a Moving Target: The Ordeal of Jessica Lynch, Mark Bowden
                  Giving Students the Heroes They Need, Peter H. Gibbon
                  George Washington: A Hero for American Students?, Ervin L. Jordan, Jr. and Clifford T. Bennett
                  The New Heroes and Role Models, Tyler Cowen
                  Rosa Parks, Linda Kulman
                  From a Cuban Heart, Christopher John Farley
                  The Virtue of the Weaponed Hero, Almira F. Poudrier
                  True Grit, Barry Targan
                  • Rhetorical Table of Contents
                  • Cause and Effect
                    The Name Is Mine, Anna Quindlen
                    The Jacket, Gary Soto
                    Living in Two Worlds, Marcus Mabry
                    Hearing the Sweetest Songs, Nicolette Toussaint
                    Call Me Crazy, But I Have to Be Myself, Mary Seymour
                    A Thanksgiving Feast in Aburi, Maya Angelou
                    The Rewards of Living a Solitary Life, May Sarton
                    Mother, Father, Neighbor, Sue Miller
                    The Old Man, Larry L. King
                    A Daughter's Journey, Sharon Liao
                    Hold the Mayonnaise, Julia Alvarez
                    Sibling Imprints, Francine Klagsbrun
                    No Snapshots in the Attic: A Granddaughter's Search for a Cherokee Past, Connie May Fowler
                    Fatherless America, David Blankenhorn
                    The Incredible Shrinking Family, Robert B. Reich
                    Liked for Myself, Maya Angelou
                    A Small Act, Jimmy Carter
                    Vinnie's Jacket, Anna Nussbaum
                    Breaking Away, Bob Herbert
                    Relationships 101, Rebecca Winters Madison
                    My Home, My World, Archena Bhalla
                    Teen Bride, Maggie Kirn
                    The Good Marriage, Judith S. Wallerstein and Sandra Blakeslee
                    Marriage and Divorce American Style, E. Mavis Hetherington
                    Why the M Word Matters to Me, Andrew Sullivan
                    Gay Marriage—and Marriage, Sam Schulman
                    Easy Job, Good Wages, Jesus Colon
                    The Way We Worked, Tom Brokaw
                    The Case Against Chores, Jane Smiley
                    W-O-R-K, Brian Braaksma
                    Less Is More: A Call for Shorter Work Hours, Barbara Brandt
                    Getting to Know About You and Me, Chana Schoenberger
                    Indian Education, Sherman Alexie
                    People Like Us, David Brooks
                    Mongrel America, Gregory Rodriguez
                    The Resegration of a Southern School, Douglas A. Blackmon
                    The Recoloring of Campus Life, Shelby Steele
                    Nena's Tamale Machine, Diane Gonzales Bertrand
                    Technology and the Hearing Impaired, Tammy Holm
                    The Distorting Mirror of Reality TV, Sarah Coleman
                    Are Video Games Really So Bad?, Joshua Quittner
                    Fraternities of Netheads: Internet Addiction on Campus, Kimberly S. Young
                    We ALL Pay for Internet Plagiarism, Ellen Laird
                    Internet Insecurity, Adam Cohen
                    Rising to the Occasion, Rem Rieder
                    Hero Inflation, Nicholas Thompson
                    Sometimes Heroism Is a Moving Target: The Ordeal of Jessica Lynch, Mark Bowden
                    Rosa Parks, Linda Kulman
                    From a Cuban Heart, Christopher John Farley
                    The Virtue of the Weaponed Hero, Almira F. Poudrier
                    • Classification and Analysis
                      I'm Just Me, Lylah M. Alphonse
                      Sibling Imprints, Francine Klagsbrun
                      College Friends, Jennifer Crichton
                      What Are Friends For?, Marion Winik
                      What Friends Are For, Philip Lopate
                      From Front Porch to Back Seat, Beth Bailey
                      How Do I Love Thee?, Robert J. Trotter
                      Marriage and Divorce American Style, E. Mavis Hetherington
                      Working with Difficult People, Constance Faye Mudore
                      The Future of Work, Robert B. Reich
                      Can't Hear Your Inner Voice?, Anjula Razdan
                      The Plot Against People, Russell Baker
                      Technology and the Hearing Impaired, Tammy Holm
                      The Distorting Mirror of Reality TV, Sarah Coleman
                      The Real Digital Divide, Shari Caudron
                      Oversimulated Suburbia, David Brooks
                      Fraternities of Netheads: Internet Addiction on Campus, Kimberly S. Young
                      Internet Insecurity, Adam Cohen
                      Hype, Spin, Puffery, and Lies: Should We Be Scared?, Lane Jennings
                      Real Superheroes, Dan Levin
                      Sometimes Heroism Is a Moving Target: The Ordeal of Jessica Lynch, Mark Bowden
                      George Washington: A Hero for American Students?, Ervin L. Jordan, Jr. and Clifford T. Bennett
                      The New Heroes and Role Models, Tyler Cowen
                      Rosa Parks, Linda Kulman
                      From a Cuban Heart, Christopher John Farley
                      The Virtue of the Weaponed Hero, Almira F. Poudrier
                      • Comparison and Contrast
                        My Name, Sandra Cisneros
                        The Name Is Mine, Anna Quindlen
                        Living in Two Worlds, Marcus Mabry
                        Hold the Mayonnaise, Julia Alvarez
                        Brothers, Bret Lott
                        Fatherless America, David Blankenhorn
                        The Perfect Family, Alice Hoffman
                        The Difference Between Male and Female Friendships, Ellen Goodman and Patricia O'Brien
                        From Front Porch to Back Seat, Beth Bailey
                        My Home, My World, Archena Bhalla
                        The Good Marriage, Judith S. Wallerstein and Sandra Blakeslee
                        Marriage and Divorce American Style, E. Mavis Hetherington
                        Gay Marriage—and Marriage, Sam Schulman
                        Less Is More: A Call for Shorter Work Hours, Barbara Brandt
                        Nena's Tamale Machine, Diane Gonzales Bertrand
                        The Real Digital Divide, Shari Caudron
                        Fraternities of Netheads: Internet Addiction on Campus, Kimberly S. Young
                        • Definition
                          Growing Up Asian, Kesaya E. Noda
                          Fatherless America, David Blankenhorn
                          The Perfect Family, Alice Hoffman
                          The Incredible Shrinking Family, Robert B. Reich
                          College Friends, Jennifer Crichton
                          What Friends Are For, Philip Lopate
                          Relationships 101, Rebecca Winters Madison
                          From Front Porch to Back Seat, Beth Bailey
                          How Do I Love Thee?, Robert J. Trotter
                          The Good Marriage, Judith S. Wallerstein and Sandra Blakeslee
                          Marriage and Divorce American Style, E. Mavis Hetherington
                          Why the M Word Matters to Me, Andrew Sullivan
                          Gay Marriage—and Marriage, Sam Schulman
                          Working with Difficult People, Constance Faye Mudore
                          Workplace Violence: Going "Postal," Paula Bryant
                          The Distorting Mirror of Reality TV, Sarah Coleman
                          The Real Digital Divide, Shari Caudron
                          We ALL Pay for Internet Plagiarism, Ellen Laird
                          Internet Insecurity, Adam Cohen
                          Larger Than Life, Philip Toshio Sudo
                          September 11, 2001: Answering the Call, Bill Moon
                          Real Superheroes, Dan Levin
                          Hero Inflation, Nicholas Thompson
                          Giving Students the Heroes They Need, Peter H. Gibbon
                          The New Heroes and Role Models, Tyler Cowen
                          True Grit, Barry Targan
                          • Description
                            My Name, Sandra Cisneros
                            I'm Just Me, Lylah M. Alphonse
                            Growing Up Asian, Kesaya E. Noda
                            A Thanksgiving Feast in Aburi, Maya Angelou
                            The Rewards of Living a Solitary Life, May Sarton
                            Mother, Father, Neighbor, Sue Miller
                            The Old Man, Larry L. King
                            A Daughter's Journey, Sharon Liao
                            Sibling Imprints, Francine Klagsbrun
                            Brothers, Bret Lott
                            Keepsakes, Steve Sherwood
                            No Snapshots in the Attic: A Granddaughter's Search for a Cherokee Past, Connie May Fowler
                            The Perfect Family, Alice Hoffman
                            A Boyhood Friendship in a Divided Valley, Ben Kamin
                            Vinnie's Jacket, Anna Nussbaum
                            A Simple Gift, Robert J. Matthews
                            Finding a Wife, Gary Soto
                            Teen Bride, Maggie Kirn
                            One Man's Kids, Daniel Meier
                            Anonymous Victims of Dreams and a River, Victor Landa
                            Coming to America, Jonathan Rauch
                            Nena's Tamale Machine, Diane Gonzales Bertrand
                            Fraternities of Netheads: Internet Addiction on Campus, Kimberly S. Young
                            True Grit, Barry Targan
                            • Exemplification and Illustration
                              Sibling Imprints, Francine Klagsbrun
                              Brothers, Bret Lott
                              College Friends, Jennifer Crichton
                              Breaking Away, Bob Herbert
                              Only Reconnect, Jon Spayde
                              The Difference Between Male and Female Friendships, Ellen Goodman and Patricia O'Brien
                              What Friends Are For, Philip Lopate
                              Relationships 101, Rebecca Winters Madison
                              The Good Marriage, Judith S. Wallerstein and Sandra Blakeslee
                              The Case Against Chores, Jane Smiley
                              One Man's Kids, Daniel Meier
                              Working with Difficult People, Constance Faye Mudore
                              What You Do Is What You Are, Nickie McWhirter
                              Coming to America, Jonathan Rauch
                              People Like Us, David Brooks
                              The Resegregation of a Southern School, Douglas A. Blackmon
                              The Plot Against People, Russell Baker
                              Technology and the Hearing Impaired, Tammy Holm
                              Are Video Games Really So Bad?, Joshua Quittner
                              Oversimulated Suburbia, David Brooks
                              Fraternities of Netheads: Internet Addiction on Campus, Kimberly S. Young
                              We ALL Pay for Internet Plagiarism, Ellen Laird
                              Internet Insecurity, Adam Cohen
                              Hype, Spin, Puffery, and Lies: Should We Be Scared?, Lane Jennings
                              Rising to the Occasion, Rem Rieder
                              Larger Than Life, Philip Toshio Sudo
                              September 11, 2001: Answering the Call, Bill Moon
                              Real Superheroes, Dan Levin
                              Giving Students the Heroes They Need, Peter H. Gibbon
                              The New Heroes and Role Models, Tyler Cowen
                              The Virtue of the Weaponed Hero, Almira F. Poudrier
                              True Grit, Barry Targan
                              • Narration
                                The Name Is Mine, Anna Quindlen
                                The Jacket, Gary Soto
                                Salvation, Langston Hughes
                                Nobody Listens When I Talk, Annette Sanford
                                Living in Two Worlds, Marcus Mabry
                                Hearing the Sweetest Songs, Nicolette Toussaint
                                Call Me Crazy, But I Have to Be Myself, Mary Seymour
                                A Thanksgiving Feast in Aburi, Maya Angelou
                                Mother, Father, Neighbor, Sue Miller
                                The Old Man, Larry L. King
                                A Daughter's Journey, Sharon Liao
                                A Parent's Journey Out of the Closet, Agnes G. Herman
                                Adoption Should Be Color-Blind, Kristin St. John
                                Hold the Mayonnaise, Julia Alvarez
                                Sibling Imprints, Francine Klagsbrun
                                Brothers, Bret Lott
                                Keepsakes, Steve Sherwood
                                No Snapshots in the Attic: A Granddaughter's Search for a Cherokee Past, Connie May Fowler
                                The Perfect Family, Alice Hoffman
                                Liked for Myself, Maya Angelou
                                A Small Act, Jimmy Carter
                                A Boyhood Friendship in a Divided Land, Ben Kamin
                                Vinnie's Jacket, Anna Nussbaum
                                A Simple Gift, Robert J. Matthews
                                Finding a Wife, Gary Soto
                                My Home, My World, Archena Bhalla
                                Teen Bride, Maggie Kirn
                                Trouble in Paradise, Lee Ardell
                                Easy Job, Good Wages, Jesus Colon
                                W-O-R-K, Brian Braaksma
                                Girl in an Oven, Sarah Jeanette Smith
                                One Man's Kids, Daniel Meier
                                Working with Difficult People, Constance Faye Mudore
                                Indian Education, Sherman Alexie
                                Getting to Know About You and Me, Chana Schoenberger
                                The Scholarship Jacket, Marta Salinas
                                Nena's Tamale Machine, Diane Gonzales Bertrand
                                The Real Digital Divide, Shari Caudron
                                We ALL Pay for Internet Plagiarism, Ellen Laird
                                Internet Insecurity, Adam Cohen
                                Rising to the Occasion, Rem Rieder
                                September 11, 2001: Answering the Call, Bill Moon
                                Sometimes Heroism Is a Moving Target: The Ordeal of Jessica Lynch, Mark Bowden
                                George Washington: A Hero for American Students?, Ervin L. Jordan, Jr. and Clifford T. Bennett
                                The New Heroes and Role Models, Tyler Cowen
                                Rosa Parks, Linda Kulman
                                From a Cuban Heart, Christopher John Farley
                                • Persuasion and Argument
                                  Hearing the Sweetest Songs, Nicolette Toussaint
                                  Adoption Should Be Color-Blind, Kristin St. John
                                  Fatherless America, David Blankenhorn
                                  The Perfect Family, Alice Hoffman
                                  Breaking Away, Bob Herbert
                                  Only Reconnect, Jon Spayde
                                  Why the M Word Matters to Me, Andrew Sullivan
                                  Gay Marriage—and Marriage, Sam Schulman
                                  The Way We Worked, Tom Brokaw
                                  The Case Against Chores, Jane Smiley
                                  Workplace Violence: Going "Postal," Paula Bryant
                                  Less Is More: A Call for Shorter Work Hours, Barbara Brandt
                                  What You Do Is What You Are, Nickie McWhirter
                                  Getting to Know About You and Me, Chana Schoenberger
                                  Indian Education, Sherman Alexie
                                  Cultural Diversity, Joan Marie Snider
                                  Anonymous Victims of Dreams and a River, Victor Landa
                                  The Citizenship Boom, Nathan Glazer
                                  Coming to America, Jonathan Rauch
                                  People Like Us, David Brooks
                                  Mongrel America, Gregory Rodriguez
                                  The Resegregation of a Southern School, Douglas A. Blackmon
                                  The Recoloring of Campus Life, Shelby Steele
                                  I Have a Dream, Martin Luther King, Jr.
                                  Hype, Spin, Puffery, and Lies: Should We Be Scared?, Lane Jennings
                                  Real Superheroes, Dan Levin
                                  Giving Students the Heroes They Need, Peter H. Gibbon
                                  George Washington: A Hero for American Students?, Ervin L. Jordan, Jr. and Clifford T. Bennett
                                  • Process
                                    A Parent's Journey Out of the Closet, Agnes G. Herman
                                    Relationships 101, Rebecca Winters Madison
                                    From Front Porch to Back Seat, Beth Bailey
                                    The Good Marriage, Judith S. Wallerstein and Sandra Blakeslee
                                    Technology and the Hearing Impaired, Tammy Holm
                                    The Real Digital Divide, Shari Caudron
                                    Oversimulated Suburbia, David Brooks
                                    September 11, 2001: Answering the Call, Bill Moon
                                    Hero Inflation, Nicholas Thompson
                                    The Virtue of the Weaponed Hero, Almira F. Poudrier
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