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Reading Our World,9781428231252
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Reading Our World

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Edition:
2nd
ISBN13:

9781428231252

ISBN10:
1428231250
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
1/21/2009
Publisher(s):
Wadsworth Publishing

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Summary

Grounded in the belief that reading and writing occurs in context, READING OUR WORLD, 2E, helps improve critical reading and writing skills by illustrating the value of contextual awareness. This full-color thematic reader teaches writers to employ audience-centered writing strategies as they explore ongoing conversations about cultural, academic, political, and personal ideologies. A fully integrated library contains more than 300 traditional, image, audio, and video "texts" that teach writers how to recognize, assess, and manage the rhetorical situations of various engaging themes in a range of media and contexts. The second edition also includes new coverage of avoiding plagiarism and working with source material.

Table of Contents

Writing In Context
Understanding The Contexts Of Writing
What Is ""Good"" Writing? Defining Context in Writing
Discourse and Why It Is Important
Where Do Themes Come From?
Understanding Media As Contexts For Writing
""Reading"" Images
Using Images in Your Writing
Combining Text and Image
Entering The Conversations
Theme into Thesis
Assessing the Rhetorical Situation
Knowing Your Audience
Managing the Writing Process
Using Technology
Engaging In Research And Inquiry
Writing as
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