Writing Across the Curriculum: An Annotated Bibliography (Bibliography and Indexes in Education Series)

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This annotated bibliography is the first to trace the history of the Writing Across the Curriculum Movement (WAC) and to assess the state of scholarship and pedagogy on the subject today. Professors Anson, Schwiebert, and Williamson carefully describe 1067 important sources taken from bibliographies, books, monographs, journals, textbooks, and other documents. Their research guide reviews the history and implementation of WAC, research and theoretical studies, and the teaching of writing across the curriculum in ...

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Overview

This annotated bibliography is the first to trace the history of the Writing Across the Curriculum Movement (WAC) and to assess the state of scholarship and pedagogy on the subject today. Professors Anson, Schwiebert, and Williamson carefully describe 1067 important sources taken from bibliographies, books, monographs, journals, textbooks, and other documents. Their research guide reviews the history and implementation of WAC, research and theoretical studies, and the teaching of writing across the curriculum in general and in diverse fields. Author and subject indexes provide easy access to the reference materials for the use of researchers in composition, education, arts and humanities, physical, social and behavioral sciences, and business.

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Describes rather than evaluates over 1,000 works--mostly journal articles--relating to the importance and implementation of writing programs in the whole range of disciplines that make up the educational curriculum. The section on scholarship includes such chapters as history and implementation, and theory and rationale; that on pedagogy discusses arts and humanities, natural and social sciences, and business and law; specific textbooks, and other aspects. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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CHRIS M. ANSON, Associate Professor of English and Director of the Program in Composition and Communication at the University of Minnesota, is the author of Writing in Context (1988), A Field Guide to Writing (1992), and is the editor of Responding to Writing: Theory, Practice, and Research (1989).

JOHN E. SCHWIEBERT, Associate Professor of English and Director of the Writing Center at Weber State University, is the author of The Frailest Leaves: Whitman's Poetic Technique and Style in the Short Poem (1992) and has published articles on Whitman, 19th century British poetry, and creative writing.

MICHAEL M. WILLIAMSON, Professor of English and Director of Graduate Studies at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, has published articles on composition, and his research interests include writing across the curriculum and linguistic approches to writing research, and computers in writing.

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments

Organization of the Bibliography

Introduction

Scholarship

Bibliographies and Literature Reviews

Collections and Special Issues

History and Implementation

Research Studies

Theory and Rationale

Pedagogy

General Pedagogy

The Arts and Humanities

Math, Science, and Engineering

The Social and Behavioral Sciences

Business, Law, Finance, and Economics

Textbooks

Author Index

Subject Index

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