Writing in the Disciplines with APA Guidelines / Edition 4by Mary Lynch Lynch Kennedy, William J. Kennedy, Hadley M. Smith, Hadley M. Smith
Pub. Date: 01/01/2000
Publisher: Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference
Writing in the Disciplines: A Reader for Writers, fourth edition, provides an anthology of reading that represents various rhetorical approaches across academic disciplines, such as the humanities, the natural sciences and technology, and the social sciences. These articles develop students' abilities to think critically and reason cogently as they learn the conventions of these different disciplines.
New to this text:
- Presents 23 percent new selections, featuring exciting and often controversial articles on current topics, including rock music and cultural values as well as cloning.
- Increases dramatically coverage of the World Wide Web in the research section.
- Provides new student essays, including a new essay written in APA style.
- Gives instruction and comparisons on the new MLA and APA styles for documentation, including coverage of online sources.
- Offers many collaborative activities in order to prepare students for group work. Students learn social skills, group dynamics, methods of interaction, and strategies for learning through these activities.
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Table of Contents
I. READING AND WRITING IN THE ACADEMIC DISCIPLINES.
2. Writing an Essay in Response to a Source: An Illustration of the Writing Process.
3. Composing Essays Drawing from Two or More Sources: Comparison and Contrast and Synthesis.
4. Essays of Argument, Analysis, and Evaluation.
5. Writing Research Papers.
II. AN ANTHOLOGY OF READINGS.
Natural Sciences and Technology.6. Cloning and Reproductive Technology.
7. Interaction Between Machines and Humans.
8. Technology and Civil Liberties.
Social Sciences.9. Redefining the American Family.
10. Social Class and Inequality.
Humanities.11. The Community and the Individual.
12. Rock Music and Cultural Values.
13. Literatures of Diaspora: Fiction and Nonfiction.
Appendix: Documenting Sources.
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