How should money be distributed? What is the future of food? How do we identify and combat stereotyping? Emerging engages students with meaningful contemporary issues so that they can develop the skills they need to address the large questions that will shape their lives. To help students learn to bridge public and academic conversations, Emerging focuses its support on building key academic skills: reading critically, synthesizing, arguing, using evidence, and revising. With a more accessible range of readings, the second edition includes substantial and shorter selections, as well as visuals and online multimodal texts that will challenge students' assumptions and spark considered writing. The print text is now integrated with e-Pages for Emerging, designed to take advantage of what the Web can do.
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About the Author
Barclay Barrios (PhD, Rutgers University) is Assistant Professor of English and Director of Writing Programs at Florida Atlantic University, where he teaches freshman composition and graduate courses in composition methodology and theory, rhetorics of the World Wide Web, and composing digital identities. He was Director of Instructional Technology at Rutgers University and has served on the board of Pedagogy. Barrios is a contributor to Bits: Ideas for Teaching Composition (Bedfordbits.com) and is a frequent presenter at professional conferences.
Table of Contents
e-Pages (online only) are labeled in the contents below. Students receive automatic access to e-Pages with the purchase of a new book. If the code in a book or card is expired, they can purchase access here.
*Thematic ContentsIntroduction: Emerging as a Critical Thinker and Academic Writer The Readings Madeleine Albright, Faith and Diplomacy
Julia Alvarez, from Once Upon a Quinceanera
Kwame Anthony Appiah, Making Conversation and The Primacy of Practice*Arwa Aburawa, Veiled Threat: The Guerrilla Graffiti of Princess Hijab *Namit Arora, What Do We Deserve?
*Brian Christian, Authenticating
*Patricia Churchland, Networking: Genes, Brains, and BehaviorDalai Lama, Ethics and the New Genetics e-Pages *Elizabeth Dickinson, The Future of Food [infographic] e-Pages *Charles Duhigg and David Barboza, In China, Human Costs Are Built Into an iPad [multimedia essay] Helen Epstein, AIDS, Inc. e-Pages *Sabrina Rubin Erdely, Kiki Kannibal: The Girl Who Played With Fire [essay with images]
Thomas Friedman, The Dell Threory of Conflict Prevention
Francis Fukuyama, Human DignityDaniel Gilbert, Reporting Live from Tomorrow *Malcolm Gladwell, Small Change *Hal Herzog, Animals Like Us *Mara Hvistendahl, Missing: 163 Million Women *Rachel Kadish, Who Is This Man, and Why Is He Screaming? *Ariel Levy, Female Chauvinist Pigs *Andrew Marantz, My Summer at an Indian Call Center *Steve Mumford, The Things They Carry *Manuel Muoz, Leave Your Name at the Border Rebekah Nathan, Community and Diversity Steve Olson, The End of Race: Hawaii and the Mixing of Peoples Marshall Poe, The Hive *Jayme Poisson, Parents Keep Childs Gender Secret Michael Pollan, The Animals: Practicing Complexity
e-Pages *Portfolio [Infographics]Drake Martinet, Stacy Green, Will You Marry Me? Buckfire & Buckfire, Student Bullying carinsurancecomparison.org, The Real Effects of Drunken Driving *Postsecret, Portfolio of Postcards *Jennifer Pozner, Ghetto Bitches, China Dolls, and Cha Cha Divas Richard Restak, Attention Deficit: The Brain Syndrome of Our Era e-Pages *Alexandra Samuel, "Plug in Better": A Manifesto [essay] *Dan Savage and Urvashi Vaid, It Gets Better and Action Makes it Better Leslie Savan, What's Black, Then White, and Said All Over? *Peter Singer, Visible Man: Ethics in a World Without Secrets James Surowiecki, Committees, Juries, and Teams: The Columbia Disaster and How Small Groups Can Be Made to Work *Tom Vanderbilt, Shut Up, I Can't Hear You: Anonymity, Aggression, and the Problems of Communicating While Driving *David Foster Wallace, Consider the Lobster Bill Wasik, My Crowd Experiment: The Mob Project e-Pages *Wired.com, Call of Duty: Afghanistan [video] *Wesley Yang, Paper Tigers Kenji Yoshino, Preface and The New Civil Rights Assignment Sequences SEQUENCE 1 Identity: Rites/Rights of Passage SEQUENCE 2 Cosmopolitanism: Ethical Conflict in a Global Economy SEQUENCE 3 Ethics: Yes We Can, But Should We? The Politics of Science SEQUENCE 4 Communication: The Talking Cure SEQUENCE 5 Art: Revelations, Displays, and Cultures SEQUENCE 6 Communities: Trouble with a Capital "C" SEQUENCE 7 Deep Impact: Technology and Our World SEQUENCE 8 Assimilation: The Melting Not
SEQUENCE 9 Putting the "I" in Team: The Practices of Collaboration
*New to this edition