By Charles Bazerman
Involved: Writing for College, Writing for Your Self helps students to understand their college experience as a way of advancing their own personal concerns and to draw substance from their reading and writing assignments. By enabling students to understand what it is they are being asked to write—from basic to complex communications—and how they can go about fulfilling those tasks meaningfully and successfully, this book helps students to develop themselves in all the ways the university offers. This edition of the book has been adapted from the print edition, published in 1997 by Houghton Mifflin. Copyrighted materials—primarily images and examples within the text—have been removed from this edition.
Part One. Writing Your Self into College
Part Two. Thriving in the Classroom
Part Three. Using Concepts to View the World
Part Four. Investigating
Part Five. Dealing with Complexity
Charles Bazerman is Professor and past Chair of the Department of Education at the University of California, Santa Barbara. His many publications include Writing Selves / Writing Societies (co-edited with David R. Russel), Shaping Written Knowledge, A Rhetoric of Literate Action, and A Theory of Literate Action. His book, The Languages of Edison's Light, won the Association of American Publisher's award for the best scholarly book of 1999 in the History of Science and Technology.
Publication Information: Bazerman, Charles. (2015). Involved: Writing for College, Writing for Your Self. The WAC Clearinghouse. Fort Collins, CO. Available at https://wac.colostate.edu/books/practice/involved/
Publication History: This edition of the book is adapted from the print edition of Involved: Writing for College, Writing for Your Self, published in 1997 by Houghton Mifflin.
Publication Date: August 1, 2015 (WAC Clearinghouse).
Series Editor: Mike Palmquist, Colorado State University
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