Description - The Politics of Writing by Romy Clark
Drawing on critical linguistics, cultural studies and literacy studies, this work explores and analyzes: the social context in which writing is embedded; the processes and practices of writing; the purposes of writing; the reader-writer relationship; and issues of writer identity. The authors challenge current notions of "correctness" and argue for a more democratic pedagogy as part of the answer to the inequitable distribution of the right to write.
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(216mm x 140mm x mm)
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