Writing as a Human Activity: Implications and Applications of the Work of Charles Bazerman
Colorado State University Open Press, University Press of Colorado, The WAC Clearinghouse
Lugar: Fort Collins; Año: 2022 p. 352
Festchrift in honor of Charles Bazerman. In press. Libro en honor a Charles Bazerman. Publicación prevista para 2023: impreso (pago), en ePub (pago) y PDF de acceso libre. En prensa. PDF: 978-1-64215-180-0 ; ePub: 978-1-64215-181-7 ; Print: 978-1-64642-391-0. ------- ------- ------- Paula Carlino es co-editora y autora del primer capítulo. ------- ------- ------- CONTENTS ------- CONTRIBUTORS ------- ------- ------- EDITORS’ INTRODUCTION ------- ------- ------- I. ACADEMIC & SCIENTIFIC WRITING -- New Ways Of Thinking In The Context Of A Master’s Thesis Proposal Writing Seminar.  Paula Carlino ------- Science Writing In A Mexican Research University: Chance Encounters In Literacy And Academic Career Development – A Theoretical Framework With Case Studies And Proposed Pedagogical Implications.  Fatima Encinas and Nancy Keranen ------- Changing Times; Changing Texts.  Ken Hyland  ------- ------- ------- II.  WRITING PEDAGOGY -- Situated Regulation Writing Processes In Research Writing: Lessons From Research And Teaching. Montserrat Castelló Badia ------- In Two Worlds: Representations Of Students Concerning Literary Activities And Genres In Their Pre-Professional Practical Practices. Lucia Natale ------- Cultural Shaping of Standpoint and Reasoning in Analytical WritingLiliana Tolchinsky and Anat Stavans. ------- ------- ------- III. SOCIOLOGY OF KNOWLEDGE & ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION -- Genre Change In Academia In The Time Of Covid-19. Joanne Yates ------- Opening Up: Writing Studies’ Turn Toward Open-Access Publishing. Mike Palmquist ------- Writing and Social Progress: Genre Evolution in the Field of Social Entrepreneurship.  Karyn Kessler and Paul M. Rogers ------- ------- ------- IV. ACTIVITY THEORY -- Two Paths Diverge in a Field: Dialectics and Dialogics in Rhetorical Genre Studies. Clay Spinuzzi ------- Writing For Stabilization And Writing For Possibility: The Dialectics Of Representation In Everyday Work With Vulnerable Clients. Yrjö Engeström ------- ------- ------- V. WRITING RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT -- A Review of Second Language Writing Research in China. Wu Dan andn Li Zenghui ------- Twenty Years Of Reading And Writing Research In Latin America: Lessons Learned From The Ilees Initiative.  Natalia Ávila Reyes, Elizabeth Narváez-Cardona, and Federico Navarro ------- ------- ------- VI. NEW MEDIA & TECHNOLOGY -- Shaping Genre, Shaping Activity Systems And Shaping Human Activity: Discussing Bazerman And Digital Media.  Jack Andersen ------- What Writers Do With Language: Inscription And Formulation As Core Elements Of The Science Of Writing.  Otto Kruse and Christian Rapp ------- Genre Formation and Differentiation in New Media. Carolyn Miller ------- ------- ------- VII. RESPONSES -- Change, Change, Change—and the processes that abide.  Charles Bazerman ------- What we teach when we teach writing: A big picture in a small frame Charles Bazerman.  ------- ------- -------  THE PUBLICATIONS OF CHARLES BAZERMAN IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER --  INDEX -- CONTRIBUTORS -- Jack Andersen University of Copenhagen, Denmark Natalia Ávila Reyes Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile. --    Paula Carlino CONICET, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Universidad Pedagógica Nacional, Argentina. --   Montserrat Castelló Badia Universitat Ramon Llull, Barcelona Spain. --    Wu Dan Xi’an International Studies University, China. --    Fatima Encinas Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, Mexico. --    Yrjö Engeström CRADLE, University of Helsinki, Finland. --   Ken Hyland University of East Anglia, United Kingdom. --    Nancy Keranen Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, Mexico. --    Karyn Kessler University of California, Santa Barbara, United States. --    Otto Kruse Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland. --    Carolyn Miller North Carolina State University, United States. --    Elizabeth Narváez-Cardona Universidad del Valle, Colombia. --    Lucia Natale Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento, Argentina. --    Federico Navarro University of O´Higgins, Chile . --    Mike Palmquist Colorado State University, United States. --    Christian Rapp Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland. --    Paul M. Rogers University of California, Santa Barbara, United States. --    Clay Spinuzzi University of Texas, Austin United States. --    Anat Stavans Beit Berl College, Israel. --    Liliana Tolchinsky University of Barcelona, Spain. --    Joanne Yates Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States. --    Li Zenghui Xi’an International Studies University, China. --