The Role of Recognition: Reconceptualizing Academic Expression

The Role of Recognition: Reconceptualizing Academic Expression

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Literacy among college students, both at community colleges and four-year colleges, has traditionally been discussed in primarily cognitive terms; writing has been seen as cognitively more complex than speaking, and some students have been seen as more cognitively advanced than others. I explore what happens when we depart from a cognitive framework and instead situate speaking and writing firmly within psychological and social-historical contexts using the concept of recognition.Rebecca: Okay thata#39;s good. Did you ever have a negative experience with writing in school? Or, what is the worst experience you have had in college? Alice: I have a good one. The first essay I have to write to the CUNY BA program. Rebecca:anbsp;...

Title:The Role of Recognition: Reconceptualizing Academic Expression
Publisher:ProQuest - 2007

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