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David Bartholomae
2020 Journal of Basic Writing  
; research written in non-technical language; and collaborative writings which provocatively debate more than one side of a central controversy.  ...  All manuscripts must focus clearly on basic writing and must add substantively to the existing literature.  ...  Acknowledgments We would very much like to thank Marcia Buell, Barbara Gleason, and Linda J. Stine for their invaluable feedback on earlier drafts of this article.  ... 
doi:10.37514/jbw-j.2020.39.1.05 fatcat:awm3uquqcnehbdewpnnhxl43i4

The City University of New York and the Shaughnessy Legacy: Today's Scholars Talk Back

Judith Summerfield, Jessica Yood, Peter Gray, Cheryl C. Smith, Linda Hirsch, Mary Soliday
2007 Journal of Basic Writing  
Shaughnessy may have seen a draft of the book, I don't know, but I suspect that her work on classifying "error" was connected to the London Schools Council research on classifying student writing, with  ...  A set of commissions grappled with critical questions of teaching English across the globe: teaching writing, literature, reading, and speaking; assessment; developing literacies across the curriculum  ...  Before we begin to read these texts, I want you to reflect on your own thoughts and experiences with this situation.  ... 
doi:10.37514/jbw-j.2007.26.2.02 fatcat:7qymaweosngkfmqrjihzhsi4sq

Television News and Its Satirical Interpretation in Medvedev's Russia: Is Glasnost Back?

Natalia Rulyova
2010 Russian Journal of Communication  
and also driving the authorities into a defensive cycle of reactions to news coming out of Chechnya.  ...  A section on glossy journals would have been much more informative here.  ...  One more obstacle is the dynamic pace of change of the RuNet, making almost any results, so to say, "perishable goods." Many authors in the collection comments on this.  ... 
doi:10.1080/19409419.2010.10756775 fatcat:hwzllch2wjg6bcvo2t54yuevjq

Making sense of sensing systems

Victoria Bellotti, Maribeth Back, W. Keith Edwards, Rebecca E. Grinter, Austin Henderson, Cristina Lopes
2002 Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems Changing our world, changing ourselves - CHI '02  
We could explore how to measure realitybased vs. non-reality-based knowledge on a more continuous scale. This requires a way to rate the degree of reality or innate-ness for a piece of knowledge.  ...  Information that is deeply ingrained in the user seems somehow more robust, perhaps more highly practiced, and should take less effort to use than information learned recently.  ...  Acknowledgements The author would like to thank to many of the former and current TMG students and colleagues in the MIT Media Lab for their contributions to the TUI research in the past 10 years at the  ... 
doi:10.1145/503376.503450 dblp:conf/chi/BellottiBEGHL02 fatcat:qraobvd44jadjfq4faprxdwue4

Explaining the longitudinal interplay of personality and social relationships in the laboratory and in the field: The PILS and the CONNECT study

Katharina Geukes, Simon M. Breil, Roos Hutteman, Steffen Nestler, Albrecht C. P. Küfner, Mitja D. Back, Maria Serena Panasiti
2019 PLoS ONE  
We provide detailed information on the samples (two student samples; PILS: N = 311; CONNECT: N = 131), procedures (longitudinal and multimethodological), and measures (personality and social relationships  ...  The aim of the present paper is twofold: First, we outline and discuss four methodological challenges that arise when trying to empirically realize a process approach to the personality-relationship interplay  ...  Back, Steffen Nestler, and Boris Egloff, and the Open Access Publication Fund of Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster (DE).  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0210424 pmid:30699128 pmcid:PMC6353144 fatcat:utdryorobvcszeef54t3u4jnpm

Making sense of sensing systems

Victoria Bellotti, Maribeth Back, W. Keith Edwards, Rebecca E. Grinter, Austin Henderson, Cristina Lopes
2002 Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems Changing our world, changing ourselves - CHI '02  
We could explore how to measure realitybased vs. non-reality-based knowledge on a more continuous scale. This requires a way to rate the degree of reality or innate-ness for a piece of knowledge.  ...  Information that is deeply ingrained in the user seems somehow more robust, perhaps more highly practiced, and should take less effort to use than information learned recently.  ...  Acknowledgements The author would like to thank to many of the former and current TMG students and colleagues in the MIT Media Lab for their contributions to the TUI research in the past 10 years at the  ... 
doi:10.1145/503447.503450 fatcat:oox2ir4w3bf7nemgqtj5dacqfa

Will You Still Be Teaching in the Twenty-First Century?

Theodore Panitz
2000 Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal  
These practices include reading and understanding programs, designing and writing programs, complexity analysis, problem solving, writing proofs, scholarly debate, teaching one another, negotiating meaning  ...  text into discrete and meaningful sections, 2. having both members of a dyad read the text a section at a time, 3. requiring one partner to recall the pertinent details and information, 4. requiring the  ... 
doi:10.5642/hmnj.200001.23.03 fatcat:kefjbfx6tvcgfi4dg5v3hjwzwu

Why the Internet Makes Buying a Car Less Loathsome: How Technologies Change Role Relations

Stephen R. Barley
2015 Academy of Management Discoveries  
Drawing on ethnographic data collected over a two-year period in two car dealerships, this paper employs role theory and a dramaturgical analysis of sales encounters to show how the internet has changed  ...  in the interaction order of a work system that allows students to grapple more holistically yet systematically with the social and material aspects of such change.  ...  Robert adds that "the body style is a bit more European" and asks if they have 10 minutes to drive this one. Mark asks if it is possible to drive it back to back with the 4Runner.  ... 
doi:10.5465/amd.2013.0016 fatcat:3h7xwzumqrdanagdedszpat4w4

Consumers' Controversies about Consumption

Marius K. Luedicke
2011 Marketing  
Drawing on qualitative data on the North American conflict over the cultural legitimacy of the Hummer brand of vehicles, the study documents that -contrary to the prevailing consumer-producer centric model  ...  to preserve, promote, and defend the consumption-related meanings, practices, objects, and identities that they consider sacrosanct for themselves and their social peers.  ...  As informant Robert reports in an interview, quite the opposite is the case: "When I drive by in my H1 with two U.S. flags on the back, people frequently stand up and salute. They love it."  ... 
doi:10.15358/0344-1369-2011-1-46 fatcat:hmuln7j6ife7rfc2im3g4zn264

Emailing/Skyping Africa: New Technologies and Communication Gaps in Contemporary African Women's Fiction

Anna-Leena Toivanen
2016 Ariel: A Review of International English Literature  
Ngozi Adichie address it on the thematic and aesthetic axes in their novels.  ...  The present article adopts a wider understanding of mobility by focusing on its communicative dimensions in its analysis of the ways in which Liss Kihindou, NoViolet Bulawayo, Véronique Tadjo, and Chimamanda  ...  The narrative puts emphasis on the practical character of the Internet in making information travel: Miya initially has the idea of sending her manuscript to Inès through a friend travelling back to the  ... 
doi:10.1353/ari.2016.0035 fatcat:nmykiouknrbttcezhffckqwyia

The Difference Between Legal Control and Material Control - Coordination of Access Rights in Shared Workspaces

Uwe Busbach
2021 Economics and Culture  
Conflict schemes within these classes of conflict are analyzed in detail. On the one hand, it is possible to use strict, conflict-avoiding settings, but this tends to limit cooperation.  ...  On the other hand, greater cooperation agility can be enabled if the owner situationally controls access or if the owner has preset flexible response tactics in case a conflict arises.  ...  The operations that a possessor can perform include reading and writing the content and moving the information object.  ... 
doi:10.2478/jec-2021-0011 fatcat:7ygpb2ctkfgurcwoe6fpa5nuai

The Attack on Basic Writing-- And After

Harvey S. Wiener
1998 Journal of Basic Writing  
psycholinguistics with recent discoveries in linguistic theory to yield a more adequate understanding of the growth of language.  ...  Focusing primarily on experimental, linguistic, and computational approaches, the journal discusses the syntax, semantics, pragmatics, and phonology of language acquisition -merging the data of developmental  ...  I would also like to thank Ellen Knodt, Elizabeth Winston, Tom Fox, and Lisa Birnbaum for their suggestions and careful reading of this essay. Attacks on college basic writing are legion these days.  ... 
doi:10.37514/jbw-j.1998.17.1.07 fatcat:eumpvduofncxlie6m6zcyj6aci

The end of handwriting? Using computers in traditional essay examinations

N. Mogey, G. Sarab, J. Haywood, S. Van Heyningen, D. Dewhurst, D. Hounsell, R. Neilson
2007 Journal of Computer Assisted Learning  
evaluations with students and their reactions to the idea.  ...  Some of the implications and equity concerns that need to be considered before a decision can be made to use computers in essay exams are also discussed.  ...  The software 'locks the computer down' so the student is unable to access the Internet, the hard disk or read information from an accessory device such as a USB stick or CD-ROM.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1365-2729.2007.00243.x fatcat:t5v2s4hjmrcibnstpuyk7ghmpi

Emerging Dialogic Structures in Education Reform: An analysis of Urban Teachers' Online Compositions

Trevor Thomas Stewart, George L. Boggs
2016 Dialogic Pedagogy  
Nurturing and even exploiting the dynamic potential of educational reform discourse can create opportunities for teachers, policymakers, and educational researchers to mutually inform one another's shared  ...  The online, public compositions point to the dynamic structure of reform discourse that has the potential to benefit those currently faulted for a variety of social problems.  ...  Acknowledgements: We would like to acknowledge Bob Fecho for facilitating our inquiry into Bakhtin's work and the lives of teachers; the AERA Writing and Literacies Special Interest Group for encouraging  ... 
doi:10.5195/dpj.2016.148 fatcat:csopjk6gvzgghcdnln42bngq2a

Educational Considerations, vol. 27 (1) Full Issue

Tweed W. Ross
1999 Educational Considerations  
However, it might make sense to view the general thrust of each article as though it did fit into one of these fields simply to situate them within the overall discussion.  ...  No one would be so presumptuous to assume that one short piece on each topic would be sufficient to provide a definitive answer to the perplexing questions presented by information technologies.  ...  The Response In their search for answers to these Information-age challenges, many teachers have become more interested in the concept of Information Literacy.  ... 
doi:10.4148/0146-9282.1321 fatcat:kzmgqyem2fgsrfmmvpjd2y4sxq
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