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  • FAHNESTOCK JEANNE (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, 1986-07-01)
    This article studies the fate of scientific observations as they pass from original research reports intended for scientific peers into popular accounts aimed at a general audience. Pairing articles from two AAAS (American ...
  • ROWAN KATHERINE E. (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, 1988-01-01)
    Explaining difficult concepts to lay readers is an important discursive goal, and yet frequently the quality of explanatory writing is poor. One reason for this poor quality is that the discursive form itself is not well ...
  • CLEARY LINDA MILLER (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, 1991-10-01)
    This article reports a study of the writing experience of 40 eleventh-grade writers and examines the social and pedagogical circumstances that contributed to limited concentration and limited motivation for their writing. ...
  • SPERLING MELANIE; FREEDMAN SARAH WARSHAUER (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, 1987-10-01)
    This article discusses one student's persistence in misunderstanding her teacher's written comments on her papers, even when these comments are accompanied by other response channels that serve, in part, to clarify the ...
  • MacDONALD SUSAN PECK (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, 1992-10-01)
    This article proposes a method for examining how disciplinary differences in knowledge making are created or reflected at the sentence level. The method focuses on the grammatical subjects of sentences as key indicators ...
  • DeGROFF LINDA-JO CAPLE; LEU DONALD J. (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, 1987-07-01)
    This study examined three recent language arts textbook programs to determine the frequency of writing activities, the nature of writing tasks, and the frequency of process-approach activities such as selecting topics, ...
  • SMAGORINSKY PETER (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, 1986-01-01)
    Many researchers in composition instruction assume that free and journal writing exclusively and necessarily produce meaningful writing. This is not substantiated in their limited case study research, or in the research ...
  • WINSOR DOROTHY A. (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, 1989-07-01)
    Previous research on the writing process in the workplace has given inadequate attention to the collaborative nature of work in an organization. Examination of the processes an engineer goes through as he writes a routine ...
  • WINTER KATE H. (SAGE PERIODICALS PRESS, 1993-07-01)
  • HIMLEY MARGARET; MADDEN CHRIS; HOFFMAN AL; PENROD DIANE (SAGE Periodicals Press, 1996-04-01)
    In this article, the four authors reflect back on their work as writing teachers in a neighborhood adult literacy center, in order to understand better the potential violence of literacy learning, to reassess assumptions ...
  • DURST RUSSEL; LAINE CHESTER; SCHULTZ LUCILLE M.; VILTER WILLIAM (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, 1990-04-01)
    This study analyzed the persuasive essays of high school juniors and seniors to determine the specific rhetorical and linguistic features that contributed to raters' holistic judgments about the overall quality of the ...
  • KUBOTA RYUKO (SAGE Periodicals Press, 1997-10-01)
    According to contrastive rhetoric research, Japanese expository prose is characterized by a classical style (ki-sho-ten-ketsu), reader responsibility, and an inductive style with a sudden topic shift. It is claimed that ...
  • BURLESON BRANT R.; ROWAN KATHERINE E. (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, 1985-01-01)
    Rubin, Pich, Michlin, and Johnson (1984) recently presented data allegedly demonstrating a substantial relationship between social-cognitive ability and narrative writing skill. Certain theoretical and statistical ...
  • THOMPSON DOROTHEA K. (SAGE PERIODICALS PRESS, 1993-01-01)
    Rhetorical studies on experimental research articles in science have focused predominantly on introductions and discussions. The contextual nature of Results sectionsthe empirical heart of a scientific articleremains largely ...
  • NYSTRAND MARTIN (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, 1989-01-01)
    In this decade, writing researchers have shown increasing interest in the social aspects of written communication. This interest has largely been stimulated by interest in writing-across-the-curriculum programs and dialogue ...
  • BEAUVAIS PAUL J. (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, 1989-01-01)
    Metadiscourse commonly is defined as discourse about discoursing. In its brief history, the term has appeared in several studies of text structure; however, theorists disagree concerning the functions and forms of ...
  • POPKEN RANDALL L. (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, 1987-04-01)
    This study examines topic sentences in the academic article contextspecifically in articles by professors in biochemistry, civil engineering, history, literature, physics, psychology, and sociology. By using propositional ...
  • BONK CURTIS J. (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, 1990-01-01)
    The fields of social cognition and writing have both evolved significantly from their infancy in the 1960s. Yet by 1960, each field had already suffered from years of neglect; a social-cognitive framework was initially ...
  • KROLL BARRY M. (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, 1984-10-01)
    Nine-year-old children wrote persuasive letters to two individuals. In the first part of the study, the letters were analyzed to determine the extent to which subjects adapted them by including context-creating statements, ...
  • Flower Tim (SAGE Periodicals Press, 1994-10-01)