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An Insider's Guide to Academic Writing: A Rhetoric and Reader, with 2020 APA Update

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Praised for its accessible approach to teaching disciplinary writing, the first edition of An Insider’s Guide to Academic Writing was embraced by instructors and students at two-year and four-year schools alike.


With its flexible, transferable frameworks and unique Insiders video interviews with scholars and peers, the text enables students -- and their instructors -- to adapt to a variety of writing situations in different disciplinary discourse communities.In the second edition, the authors build on that proven pedagogy with additional support for the writing process, critical reading, and reflection, to give students even more help with academic writing, no matter the discipline. Featuring two books in one, an innovative rhetoric for academic writing (available as its own book) and a thematic reader with readings from the disciplines, An Insider’s Guide to Academic Writing is based on the best practices of a first-year composition program that has trained hundreds of teachers who have instructed thousands of students. Also new to the second edition: a Launchpad with a complete e-book, in addition to modules about writing in applied fields.

Table of Contents

Preface for Instructors


PART ONE A Guide to College and College Writing


1 Inside Colleges and Universities


What Is Higher Education?


How Do Colleges and Universities Differ from One Another?


¦ Inside Work: Choosing a College


What Is the Purpose of College?


¦ Inside Work: Writing about Your School’s Mission


¦ Inside Work: Writing about College


¦ Inside Work: Writing about Resources at Your Institution


What Are Academic Disciplines?


How Many Different Academic Disciplines Are There?


¦ Inside Work: Understanding Disciplinarity


Why Do Academics Write?


¦ Inside Work: Thinking about What Academics Write


Insider’s View: Sam Stout, Gena Lambrecht, Alexandria Woods, Students


How Does Writing in College Compare with Writing in Other Contexts?


Insider’s View: Karen Keaton Jackson, Writing Studies


¦ Inside Work: Understanding the Goals of Your Writing Course


How Do Writers Learn to Write in New Contexts?


¦ Inside Work: Learning about Writing in Other Contexts



¦ WRITING PROJECT: Profile a Writer


Insider Example: Student Profile of a Business Professional


Rubbal Kumar, First Draft of Interview QuestionsRubbal Kumar, Literacy Profile – Benu BadhanTip Sheet: Inside Colleges and Universities


2 Writing Process and Reflection


What Is a Writing Process?


1) Develop a Writing Project through Multiple Drafts


¦ Inside Work: Reflecting on Your Drafting Process


2) Develop flexible writing process strategies.


¦ Inside Work: Reflecting on Flexibility


3) Learn to give and to act on productive feedback to works in progress.


Insider Example: Rough Draft of Student Jack Stegner’s Literacy Narrative with Peer Review Feedback from student Nichelle Oquendo


4) Use composing processes and tools as a means to discover and reconsider ideas.


Insider’s View: Jonathan Morris and Jody Baumgartner, Political Science


Insider’s View: Patrick Bahls, Mathematics


¦ Inside Work: Talk about Technology with a Partner


5) Reflect on the development of composing practices and how those practices influence your work.


¦ Inside Work: Reflecting on Your Thought Processes


What Is Reflective Writing?


What Is Literacy?


What Is a Literacy Narrative?


Characteristics of a Literacy Narrative


Main Idea


Scenes


Sensory Details


"I" Point of View


Aimee C. Mapes, Two Vowels Together: On the Wonderfully Insufferable Experiences of Literacy


¦ Inside Work: Drafting a Scene for a Literacy Narrative


¦ WRITING PROJECT: Composing a Literacy Narrative


Insider Example: Student Literacy Narrative


Michaela Bieda, My Journey to Writing Tip Sheet: Reading and Writing Rhetorically


3 Reading and Writing Rhetorically


Understanding Rhetorical Context


Insider’s View: Karen Keaton Jackson, Writing Studies


¦ Inside Work: Identifying Rhetorical Context


Understanding Genres


Insider’s View: Moriah McCracken, Writing Studies


Reading Rhetorically


Reading Visuals Rhetorically


¦ Inside Work: Reading Rhetorically


Writing Rhetorically


¦ Inside Work: Analyzing Rhetorical Context


Writing a Rhetorical Analysis


George H. W. Bush, Letter to Saddam Hussein Insider Example: Student Rhetorical Analysis


Sofia Lopez, The Multiple Audiences of George H. W. Bush’s Letter to Saddam Hussein


¦ WRITING PROJECT: Writing a Rhetorical Analysis


Tip Sheet: Reading and Writing Rhetorically


4 Developing Arguments


Understanding Proofs and Appeals


¦ Inside Work: Writing about Arguments


Making Claims


Thesis versus Hypothesis


Developing Reasons


¦ Inside Work: Constructing Thesis Statements


Supporting Reasons with Evidence


Insider’s View: Moriah McCracken, Writing Studies


Insider’s View: Michelle Richter, Criminal Justice


¦ Inside Work: Analyzing Audience Expectations


Understanding Assumptions


¦ Inside Work: Considering Assumptions and Audience


Anticipating Counterarguments


Insider’s View: Mike Brotherton, Astronomy


¦ Inside Work: Dealing with Counterarguments


Analyzing Arguments


Insider Example: Professional Analysis of an Advertisement


Jack Solomon, from Masters of Desire: The Culture of American Advertising Insider Example: Student Analysis of an Advertisement 00


Timothy Holtzhauser, Rhetoric of a 1943 War Bonds Ad


¦ WRITING PROJECT: Composing a Rhetorical Analysis of an Advertisement


Tip Sheet: Developing Arguments


 


5 Academic Research


Conducting Research


Developing a Research Question


¦ Inside Work: Writing a Research Question


Insider’s View: Jody Baumgartner and Jonathan Morris, Political Science


Choosing Primary and Secondary Sources


Insider’s View: Moriah McCracken, Writing Studies


¦ Inside Work: Collecting Primary Evidence


¦ Inside Work: Using Primary and Secondary Sources


Searching for Sources


¦ Inside Work: Generating Search Terms


¦ Inside Work: Generating Sources from an Academic Database


Evaluating Sources


Insider’s View: Jonathan Morris, Political Science


¦ Inside Work: Evaluating Sources


Summarizing, Paraphrasing, and Quoting from Sources


¦ Inside Work: Summarizing, Paraphrasing, and Quoting from Sources


Avoiding Plagiarism


Insider’s View: Karen Keaton Jackson, Writing Studies


¦ Inside Work: Understanding Plagiarism


Understanding Documentation Systems


¦ WRITING PROJECT: Writing an Annotated Bibliography


¦ WRITING PROJECT: Developing a Supported Argument on a Controversial Issue


Insider Example: Student Argument on a Controversial Issue


Jack Gomperts, English 101 Essay on Hydration in Athletes Tip Sheet: Academic Research


PART TWO Inside Academic Writing


6 Reading and Writing in Academic Disciplines


Insider’s View: Karen Keaton Jackson, Writing Studies


Analyzing Genres and Identifying Conventions of Academic Writing


Insider’s View: Moriah McCracken, Writing Studies


Adapting to Different Rhetorical Contexts: An Academic Writer at Work


Insider’s View: Mike Brotherton, Astronomy


¦ Inside Work: Reflecting on a Discipline


Using Rhetorical Context to Analyze Academic Writing


Mike Brotherton, from Hubble Space Telescope Spies Galaxy/Black Hole Evolution in Action Insider’s View: Mike Brotherton, Astronomy


¦ Inside Work: Reflecting on Rhetorical Context


Using Structure, Language, and Reference to Analyze Genre Conventions


Insider’s View: Mike Brotherton, Astronomy


M. S. Brotherton, Wil van Breugel, S. A. Stanford, R. J. Smith, B. J. Boyle, Lance Miller, T. Shanks, S. M. Croom, and Alexei V. Filippenko, from A Spectacular Poststarburst Quasar


¦ Inside Work: Reflecting on an Academic Article


Insider’s View: Mike Brotherton, Astronomy


¦ WRITING PROJECT: Writing a Genre Analysis of an Academic Article


¦ WRITING PROJECT: Writing a Comparative Genre Analysis


¦ WRITING PROJECT: Comparing Scholarly and Popular Articles


Translating Scholarly Writing for Different Rhetorical Contexts


Insider Example: Student Translation of a Scholarly Article


Jonathan Nastasi, Life May Be Possible on Other Planets


¦ WRITING PROJECT: Translating a Scholarly Article for a Public Audience


Tip Sheet: Reading and Writing in Academic Disciplines


7 Reading and Writing in the Humanities


Introduction to the Humanities


Insider’s View: John McCurdy, History


Texts and Meaning


¦ Inside Work: Thinking about Texts


Observation and Interpretation


¦ Inside Work: Observing and Asking Questions


Research in the Humanities


Insider’s View: Karen Keaton Jackson, Writing Studies


¦ Inside Work: Observing and Interpreting Images


The Role of Theory in the Humanities


Close Reading in the Humanities


Insider Example: Professional Close Reading


Dale Jacobs, More Than Words: Comics as a Means of Teaching Multiple Literacies


Strategies for Close Reading and Observation


Kate Chopin, from The Story of an Hour


¦ Inside Work: Annotating a Text


Kate Chopin, The Story of an Hour


¦ Inside Work: Preparing a Content / Form-Response Grid


Responding to the Interpretations of Others


Insider’s View: Moriah McCracken, Writing Studies


Conventions of Writing in the Humanities


Insider’s View: Shelley Garrigan, Spanish Language and Literature


Structural Conventions


Developing Research Questions and Thesis Statements


Insider’s View: Karen Keaton Jackson, Writing Studies


¦ Inside Work: Developing Why, What, and How Questions


Developing Effective Thesis Statements


¦ Inside Work: Drafting Thesis Statements


Five-Paragraph Essays and Other Thesis-Driven Templates


Insider’s View: Karen Keaton Jackson, Writing Studies


Other Structural Conventions in the Humanities


Language Conventions in the Humanities


Reference Conventions in the Humanities


Documentation


¦ Inside Work: Analyzing Scholarly Writing in the Humanities


Genres of Writing in the Humanities


Insider’s View: Shelley Garrigan, Spanish Language and Literature


Textual Interpretation


¦ WRITING PROJECT: Interpreting a Text


Insider Example: Student Interpretation of a Text


Sarah Ray, Till Death Do Us Part: An Analysis of Kate Chopin’s "The Story of an Hour"


Artistic Texts


¦ WRITING PROJECT: Creating an Artistic Text


Tip Sheet: Reading and Writing in the Humanities


8 Reading and Writing in the Social Sciences


Introduction to the Social Sciences


Insider’s View: Kevin Rathunde, Social Sciences


¦ Inside Work: Observing Behavior


Research in the Social Sciences


The Role of Theory


Insider Example: Exploring Social Science Theory


Kalervo Oberg, from Cultural Shock: Adjustments to New Cultural Environments


¦ Inside Work: Tracing a Theory’s Development


Research Questions and Hypotheses


¦ Inside Work: Developing Hypotheses


Methods


Insider’s View: Kevin Rathunde, Social Sciences


Insider’s View: Jonathan Morris, Political Science


¦ Inside Work: Considering Research Methods


The IRB Process and Use of Human Subjects


Conventions of Writing in the Social Sciences


Insider’s View: Aya Matsuda, Linguistics


Structural Conventions and IMRAD Format


Other Structural Conventions


¦ Inside Work: Observing Structural Conventions


Language Conventions


¦ Inside Work: Observing Language Features


Reference Conventions


¦ Inside Work: Observing Reference Features


Genres of Writing in the Social Sciences


Insider’s View: Aya Matsuda, Linguistics


The Literature Review


Insider Example: An Embedded Literature Review


Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi and Jeremy Hunter, from Happiness in Everyday Life: The Uses of Experience Sampling


Writing a Literature Review


¦ WRITING PROJECT: Writing a Literature Review


Insider Example: Student Literature Review


William O’Brien, Effects of Sleep Deprivation: A Literature Review


Theory Response Essay


¦ WRITING PROJECT: Writing a Theory Response


Insider Example: Student Theory Response Paper


Matt Kapadia, Evaluation of the Attribution TheoryTip Sheet: Reading and Writing in the Social Sciences


 


9 Reading and Writing in the Natural Sciences


Introduction to the Natural Sciences


Insider’s View: Sian Proctor, Geology


Research in the Natural Sciences


Insider’s View: Paige Geiger, Molecular and Integrative Physiology


¦ Inside Work: Considering a Natural Science Topic


Observation and Description in the Natural Sciences


¦ Inside Work: Thinking about Systematic Observation in the Sciences


Moving from Description to Speculation


¦ Inside Work: Practicing Description and Speculation


¦ Inside Work: Developing Research Questions and a Hypothesis


Designing a Research Study in the Natural Sciences


Insider’s View: Michelle LaRue, Conservation Biology


Insider’s View: Patrick Bahls, Mathematics


¦ Inside Work: Freewriting about an Experiment


Conventions of Writing in the Natural Sciences


Insider’s View: Michelle LaRue, Conservation Biology


Objectivity


¦ Inside Work: Looking for Conventions of Objectivity


Replicability


Recency


Insider’s View: Patrick Bahls, Mathematics


¦ Inside Work: Looking for Conventions of Replicability and Recency


Cooperation and Collaboration


Genres of Writing in the Natural Sciences


An Observation Logbook


Insider’s View: Paige Geiger, Molecular and Integrative Physiology


¦ WRITING PROJECT: Keeping an Observation Logbook


Insider Example: Student Observation Logbook


Kedric Lemon, Comparing the Efficiency of Various Batteries Being Used over Time


Research Proposal


¦ WRITING PROJECT: Developing a Research Proposal


Insider Example: Research Proposal


Gary Ritchison, Hunting Behavior, Territory Quality, and Individual Quality of American Kestrels (Falco sparverius)


Lab Report


¦ WRITING PROJECT: Composing a Lab Report


Insider Example: Student Lab Report


Kedric Lemon, Which Type of Battery Is the Most Effective When Energy Is Drawn Rapidly? Tip Sheet: Reading and Writing in the Natural Sciences


10 Reading and Writing in the Applied Fields


Introduction to the Applied Fields


What Are Applied Fields?


¦ Inside Work: Defining and Solving Problems


¦ Inside Work: Considering Additional Applied Fields


Rhetoric and the Applied Fields


Insider’s View: Michelle Richter, Criminal Justice


Genres in Selected Applied Fields


Health Fields


Insider’s View: Janna Dieckmann, Nursing


Insider Example: Professional Research Report


Margaret Shandor Miles, Diane Holditch-Davis, Suzanne Thoyre, and Linda Beeber, Rural African-American Mothers Parenting Prematurely Born Infants: An Ecological Systems Perspective Insider Example: Discharge Instructions


First Hospital, Discharge Instructions for Heart Attack


¦ Inside Work: Nurse for a Day


Education


Insider Example: Student Lesson Plan


Myra Moses, Lesson Plan Insider Example: Student IEP


Myra Moses, IEP


¦ Inside Work: Teacher for a Day


Business


Insider Example: Student Memorandum


James Blackwell, Investigative Report on Hazen and Sawyer Insider Example: Student Business Plan


Daniel Chase Mills, The Electricity Monitor Company


¦ Inside Work: CFO for a Day


Criminal Justice and Law


Insider’s View: Michelle Richter, Criminal Justice


Insider Example: Professional Legal Brief


University of Texas at Austin, et al., Brief for Respondents Insider Example: E-Mail Correspondence from Attorney


Joseph E. Miller Jr., Sample E-Mail


¦ Inside Work: Lawyer for a Day


¦ WRITING PROJECT: Discovering Genres of Writing in an Applied Field


Tip Sheet: Reading and Writing in the Applied Fields


PART THREE Entering Academic Conversations: Readings and Case Studies


11 Love, Marriage, and Family


Andrew Cherlin, How American Family Life Is Different


"Both pictures, contradictory as they may be, are part of the way that Americans live their family lives. Together they spin the American merry-go-round of intimate partnerships."


Susan Krauss Whitbourne, The Myth of the Helicopter Parent


"[T]he findings lead to a new understanding of parent-child support in the years of emerging adulthood."


Brian Powell, Catherine Bolzendahl, Claudia Geist, and Lala Carr Steelman, Changing Counts, Counting Change: Toward a More Inclusive Definition of Family


"The United States includes a rich diversity of families whether or not they are officially recognized as such. In fact, ‘the family,’ although still invoked far too often in public and scholarly venues, is an increasingly untenable and obsolete concept."


Susan Saulny, In Strangers’ Glances at Family, Tensions Linger


"Many mixed-race youths say they feel wider acceptance than past generations, particularly on college campuses and in pop culture. . . . [W]hen they are alone, the family strives to be colorblind. But what they face outside their home is another story."


Academic Case Study: Perspectives on Love


Humanities


Warren E. Milteer Jr., The Strategies of Forbidden Love: Family across Racial Boundaries in Nineteenth-Century North Carolina


Despite legal and social disapproval of the time, "free women of mixed ancestry and white men developed relationships that mimicked legally sanctioned marriages."


Social Sciences


Marissa A. Harrison and Jennifer C. Shortall, Women and Men in Love: Who Really Feels It and Says It First?


"[W]omen may not be the greater ‘fools for love’ that society assumes."


Natural Sciences


Donatella Marazziti and Domenico Canale, Hormonal Changes When Falling in Love


"[T]o fall in love provokes transient hormonal changes, some of which seem to be specific to each sex."


Applied Fields


Cara O. Peters, Jane B. Thomas, and Richard Morris, Looking for Love on Craigslist: An Examination of Gender Differences in Self-Marketing Online


"The results illustrate that language is an imprecise form in how people read and understand the written and spoken word."


¦ Writing Project: Contributing to a Scholarly Conversation


¦ Writing Project: Writing a Comparative Analysis of Research Methodologies


12 Crime, Punishment, and Justice


Barbara Bradley Hagerty, Inside a Psychopath’s Brain: The Sentencing Debate


" ‘Neuroscience and neuroimaging is going to change the whole philosophy about how we punish and how we decide who to incapacitate and how we decide how to deal with people.’ "


Sophia Kerby, The Top 10 Most Startling Facts about People of Color and Criminal Justice in the United States: A Look at the Racial Disparities Inherent in Our Nation’s Criminal-Justice System


"[I]t is imperative that criminal-justice reform evolves as the civil rights issue of the 21st century."


Inimai M. Chettier, The Many Causes of America’s Decline in Crime


"It turns out that increased incarceration had a much more limited effect on crime than popularly thought."


Abigail Pesta (reporting), I Survived Prison: What Really Happens behind Bars


"I’m about to become a prisoner in a massive penitentiary, and I feel an overwhelming sense of dread. I’m surrounded by people who have been here before, who know the system, who know how to work the guards. But I know nothing."


Academic Case Study: Capital Punishment


Humanities


Dwight Conquergood, Lethal Theatre: Performance, Punishment, and the Death Penalty


"The death penalty cannot be understood simply as a matter of public debate or an aspect of criminology, part from what it is pre-eminently: performance."


Social Sciences


Benedikt Till and Peter Vitouch, Capital Punishment in Films: The Impact of Death Penalty Portrayals on Viewers’ Mood and Attitude toward Capital Punishment


"[T]hese films certainly deteriorate the viewer’s mood, and have the potential to influence their social values and beliefs."


Natural Sciences


Teresa A. Zimmers, Jonathan Sheldon, David A. Lubarsky, Francisco López-Muñoz, Linda Waterman, Richard Weisman, and Leonidas G. Koniaris, Lethal Injection for Execution: Chemical Asphyxiation?


"We sought to determine whether the current drug regimen results in death in the manner intended."


Applied Fields


Joshua Marquis, The Myth of Innocence


"Popular culture…has created an entire alternate universe that posits a legal system that regularly hurls doe-eyed innocents onto death row through the malevolent machinations of corrupt cops and district attorneys..."


¦ Writing Project: Writing a Brief Annotated Bibliography


¦ Writing Project: Composing an Evaluative Rhetorical Analysis


13 Food, Sustainability, and Class


Gustavo Arellano, Taco USA: How Mexican Food Became More American Than Apple Pie


"Food is a natural conduit of change, evolution, and innovation. Wishing for a foodstuff to remain static, uncorrupted by outside influence — especially in these United States — is as ludicrous an idea as barring new immigrants from entering the country."


Patrick J. Kiger, How Cooking Has Changed Us


"Cooking, some scientists believe, played a crucial role in the evolution, survival, and ascent of early humans, helping to transform them from a ragged, miniscule fringe of struggling hunter-gatherers into the animal that dominates the planet."


Ruhlman, No Food Is Healthy. Not Even Kale.


"Our food is not healthy; we will be healthy if we eat nutritious food. Words matter. And those that we apply to food matter more than ever."


Michael Pollan, Why Cook?


"Cooking has the power to transform more than plants and animals: It transforms us, too, from mere consumers into producers."


Academic Case Study: Genetically Modified Food


Humanities


Daniel Gregorowius, Petra Lindemann-Matthies, and Markus Huppenbauer, Ethical Discourse on the Use of Genetically Modified Crops: A Review of Academic Publications in the Fields of Ecology and Environmental Ethics


The study surveys more than three decades of "the moral reasoning on the use of GM crops expressed in academic publications."


Social Sciences


Charles Noussair, Stéphane Robin, and Bernard Ruffieux, Do Consumers Really Refuse to Buy Genetically Modified Food?


Are consumers truly hesitant to buy foods that have been modified genetically? Or, do they often express opinions on GMO foods that are not reflected in their purchasing decisions?


Natural Sciences


Aziz Aris and Samuel Leblanc, Maternal and Fetal Exposure to Pesticides Associated to Genetically Modified Foods in Eastern Townships of Quebec, Canada


The goal of this study is to help "develop procedures to avoid environmentally induced disease in susceptible populations such as pregnant women and their fetuses."


Applied Fields


Sherry Seethaler and Marcia Linn, Genetically Modified Food in Perspective: An Inquiry-Based Curriculum to Help Middle School Students Make Sense of Tradeoffs


How do middle school students learn about the controversial scientific issue of genetically modified foods?


¦ Writing Project: Writing a Persuasive Narrative


¦ Writing Project: Translating a Scholarly Work for a Popular Audience


14 Writing


Stephen King, Reading to Write


"Every book you pick up has its own lesson or lessons, and quite often the bad books have more to teach than the good ones."


Isabel Allende, Writing as an Act of Hope


"In the process of writing the anecdotes of the past, and recalling the emotions and pains of my fate, and telling part of the history of my country, I found that life became more comprehensible and the world more tolerable."


Jimmy Baca, Coming Into Language


"The language of poetry was the magic that could liberate me from myself, transform me into another person, transport me to places far away."


Nicholas Carr, Is Google Making Us Stupid?


"My mind now expects to take in information the way the Net distributes id: in a swiftly moving stream of particles. Once I was a scuba diver in the sea of words. Now I zip along the surface like a guy on a Jet Ski."


Academic Case Study: The Scholarship of Writing


Humanities


David Bartholomae, Writing with Teachers: A Conversation with Peter Elbow; Peter Elbow, Being a Writer vs. Being an Academic: A Conflict in Goals


This scholarly conversation explores "two ways of being in the world of texts" and how instructors and students might navigate the potential conflicts between them.


Social Sciences


Martin E.P. Seligman, Tracey A. Steen, Nansook Park, and Christopher Peterson, Positive Psychology Progress: Empirical Validation of Interventions


Drawing on existing research in the field of positive psychology, the authors the impact that regular, prescribed writing can have on a person’s overall outlook.


Natural Sciences


Elizabeth Gray, Lisa Emerson, and Bruce MacKay, Meeting the Demands of the Workplace: Science Students and Written Skills


With employers consistently ranking "oral and written communication skills as or more highly than any technical or quantitative skill," are science graduates adequately prepared for these demands?


Applied Fields


Gavin Fairbairn and Alex Carson, Writing about Nursing Research: A Storytelling Approach


The authors propose that a storytelling approach to reporting research results in resources that can be read and understood by "the maximum possible number of people, whether they are nurses, policy makers, or col-leagues in other healthcare professions."


Appendix: Introduction to Documentation Styles


Index

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