9781567504705

The Ethics of Writing Instruction: Issues in Theory and Practice

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    9781567504705

  • ISBN10:

    1567504701

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 1999-12-01
  • Publisher: Greenwood Pub Group
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Summary

The chapters in this volume recognize that different contexts, sites, and institutional goals will raise different sets of questions and judgements about what constitutes ethical writing instruction, ethical response to written texts, and ethical evaluation of a writers process and products. They do not aim to resolve all the ethical questions that might arise in and about composition classrooms, but they present a panoply of views, arguments, and perspectives on what it means to talk about ethics in the writing classroom and thereby encourage writing teachers to consider the ethical dimensions of their own instructional practices.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments vii
Introduction ix
Michael A. Pemberton
Part I. Ethics and the Composition Classroom
Pedagogical Ethics and a Cultural Studies Composition Course: Implications of Discourse Ethics
3(20)
Lisa M. Toner
Advocacy in the Writing Classroom
23(12)
John Ruszkiewicz
Advocating Language: An Ethical Approach to Politics in the Classroom
35(30)
William H. Thelin
Refiguring Classroom Authority
65(14)
Andrea Abernethy Lunsford
The Ethics of Plagiarism
79(12)
Rebecca Moore Howard
An Ethics of Difference
91(14)
Myrna Harrienger
Nan Uber-Kellogg
Part II. Ethics and Specialized Writing Programs
Composition as Service: Implications of Utilitarian, Duties, and Care Ethics
105(34)
Larry Beason
Ethics in Technical/Professional Communication: From Telling the Truth to Making Better Decisions in a Complex World
139(28)
Cezar M. Ornatowski
Part III. Ethics and the Profession
A Conflict of Personal and Institutional Ethics: Writing Instruction and Composition Scholarship
167(24)
Mary Trachsel
Literacy, Equality, and Competence: Ethics in Writing Assessment
191(20)
Michael M. Williamson
Brian Huot
Exploring Our Ethics of Evaluating Student Writing
211(26)
Jane Detweiler
Jane Mathison Fife
Robert W. McEachern
Lauren Sewell Coulter
Going Public
237(28)
Peter Mortensen
The Ethics of Public Review
265(10)
Miles Myers
Author Index 275(6)
Subject Index 281(4)
About the Editor 285(2)
About the Contributors 287

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