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(Re)Writing Communities and Identities enables college-level students to develop their ability to compose various informative and expressive genres, including analyses, reflections, summaries, syntheses, and informative reports. While students raise their consciousness about their writing process and audience-based informative strategies, they also familiarize themselves with important social and cultural issues related to the theme of "identities and communities."
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Informative writing, expressive writing, audience, research, social identity, community, diversity
Adult and Continuing Education | English Language and Literature | Rhetoric and Composition
Marzluf, Phillip; Goins, Anna; Debes, Cindy; Gray, Stacia; Knoblauch, A. Abby; and Leader-Picone, Cameron Grace, "(Re)Writing Communities and Identities" (2021). NPP eBooks. 41.
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