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Writing with Consequence What Writing Does in the Disciplines

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ISBN-10: 0321026748

ISBN-13: 9780321026743

Edition: 2003

Authors: Howard B. Tinberg

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List price: $88.80
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Longman Publishing Group
Publication date: 10/17/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 384
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.990

Writing as Knowing-in-Action
Writing with Consequence
Knowing-in-Action
Writing as a Way of Knowing
The Nature of the Curriculum: Knowledge as Distributed into Disciplines
Identifying Six Ways of Knowing
Knowing-in-Action Across the Disciplines
Exploring Genre in the Extra-Curriculum
Inquiry: Framing a Question
Asking Interesting Questions
Getting Started to Write: An Inquiry-Based Process
Disciplinary Perspective: History as Inquiry
Framing Inquiry in the Extra-Curriculum: Memoirs
Scholarship: What Has Been Done Before?
Relying on the Works and Voices of Others
Writing with Sources
Integrating Your Ideas and Source Material
Citing Your Sources
Bibliographic Indexes in the Disciplines
Disciplinary Perspective: Scholarship and Authority in Biology
Scholarship in the Extra-Curriculum: The Advocacy Pamphlet
Research: Gathering New Data
What Is Research?
Research Instruments
Disciplinary Perspective: Doing Research in Psychology
Conducting Research in the Extra-Curriculum: Oral History
Reflection: What Does It All Mean?
Seeing the Big Picture
The Difference Between Deductive and Inductive Reasoning
Knowing When the Evidence Is Good Enough
Drawing Inferences
Disciplinary Perspective: Reflective Practice in Education
Reflective Writing in the Extra-Curriculum: The Electronic Bulletin Board
Presentation: What to Write? For Whom? Why?
Understanding Genre, Audience, and Purpose
Thinking About Genre
Thinking About Academic Genres
Working with an Audience
Writing with Purpose
Disciplinary Perspective: Thinking About Genre in Nursing
Presentation in the Extra-Curriculum: Writing a Press Release
Action: Drafting, Revising, Editing, and Distributing Writing
Writing as Production
Drafting
Focusing Your Draft
Revising
Editing
Distribution
Disciplinary Perspective: Composing and Distributing a Paper in English Studies
Revision in the Extra-Curriculum: Peer Review