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An innovative composition of rhetoric and readings in a zine format,TRurges students to ask questions as they read, write, and research about classic topics and contemporary perspectives presented in a wide range of genres.Marriage and Family, Work, Language, Education, War/Terrorism, Folk and Popular Culture, Identity, Faith and Religion, Wealth and Poverty. General Interest, American Studies
Table of Contents
|Table of Contents|
|Alternate Table of Contents|
|Components of a Writer's Composing Process|
|Planning and Inventing|
|Editing and Proofreading|
|One Student Composing an Essay|
|Reading and Writing|
|Reading as a Process|
|Using the SQ3R Approach|
|Research and Writing|
|Applying Reading and Writing Processes to Research Writing|
|Winding a Topic and Creating a Research Question|
|Choosing and Evaluating Print and Online Sources|
|Choosing What to Include in Your Research Writing|
|"On Self-Respect" (Essay)|
|"The Myth of the Latin Woman: I Just Met a Girl Named Maria" (Cultural Criticism)|
|"A Very Big Order: Reconstructing Identity" (Memoir)|
|"Why I'm Black, Not African American." (Commentary)|
|Connecting the Readings (Gaines, McWhorter)|
|"No Name Woman" (Essay)|
|Connecting the Readings (McWhorter, Kingston)|
|Ethnic organization webpages|
|American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (Web page)|
|National Congress of Vietnamese Americans (Web page)|
|"Growing Up Gay" (Memoir)|
|"On Being a Cripple" (Essay)|
|"Is This What You Really Want?" (Student Research Paper)|
|Connecting the Readings (Mairs, Moak)|
|Three Magazine Advertisements|
|, "Real Women Doing Beautiful Things". (Advertisement)|
|My Rich Uncle Education Finance, "I Am Not a Car" (Advertisement)|
|American Family Insurance, "Our Policy Is People" (Advertisement)|
|Connecting the Readings (3 Magazine Ads)|
|"The Unknown Citizen." (Poem)|
|"Headhunting in Cyberspace" (Academic Article)|
|Watterson, Calvin and Hobbes (Cartoon)|
|"Student Metaphors of Themselves as Writers" (Academic Article)|
|Suggestions for Essays on Identity|
|Marriage and Family|
|, "Coming Home Again" (Memoir)|
|"Once More to the Lake" (Essay)|
|Connecting the Readings (Lee, White)|
|"Atavism; or, The Body in Pain" (Essay)|
|"My Papa's Waltz" (Poem)|
|Easter Morning (Painting)|
|"The Moment of Life" (Photo)|
|"Stone Soup" (Essay)|
|"Poverty and the Father Factor" (Editorial)|
|, "Haircut" (Photo)|
|"Playing the Princess: Examining the Implications of Performance and Gender on Contemporary American Weddings and Women" (Student Research Paper)|
|"For Better, for Worse: Marriage Means Something Different Now" (Editorial)|
|"Gay Marriage." Slate March 11 and 14, 1997 (Emails)|
|"What's in a Word? Plenty, If It's Marriage" (Web/Online Article)|
|Connecting the Readings (Sullivan & Frum, Lakoff)|
|"The Fine Art of Letting Go" (Magazine Article)|
|Two Magazine Advertisements Parents|
|The Anti-Drug (Advertisement)|
|Met Life (Advertisement)|
|Connecting the Readings (Kantrowitz, 2 ads)|
|Suggestions for Essays on Marriage and Family|
|Faith and Religion|
|"Most Freshmen Say Religion Guides Them" (Journal Article)|
|"Cohabitation: Today's New Lifestyle-or Not" (Student R<$$$>|
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