INTERESTED IN RESEARCH ON WRITING? CHECK OUT 3 NEW POSTS AT COLLEGE COMPOSITION WEEKLY!

www.collegecompositionweekly.comH. Bernard Hall, in the new Research in the Teaching of English, says we no longer need to ask why to use hip-hop in English classes; we need more models for how to use it well.

Rob McAlear and Mark Pedretti, writing in Composition Studies, ask students how they decide if a paper is “done.” The answer isn’t what you think.

John Duffy, in the January College English, explores “virtue ethics” as a possible replacement for consequentialist, deontological, and poststructuralist ethics in college writing classrooms.

TWO NEW POSTS AT COLLEGE COMPOSITION WEEKLY !

Jennifer Grouling and Jackie Grutsch McKinney investigate whether students are actually doing multimodal writing and whether they¬† know what “multimodality” means! Computers and Composition, in press.

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Suzanne Choo argues that literature can counter the pressures of “strategic cosmopolitanism,” in which education is just an economic investment and not a means of fostering ethical relationships. May Research in the Teaching of English.