The structure of written communication : studies in reciprocity between writers and readers

Martin Nystrand ; with contributions by Margaret Himley, Anne Doyle

This book transcends current research on writing by relating written text to the cognitive and social processes that create and change it. It includes key features such as: reciprocity as a principle of discourse; language development as socialization; context, explicitness, genre, topic, and comment as concepts in discourse analysis; and writing and reading as social processes.

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  • Writing: Philosophical Assumptions Inherent in Current Cognitive Models of Writing. Reciprocity as a Principle of Discourse. What Writers Do. M. Nystrand, A. Doyle, and M. Himley, A Critical Examination of the Doctrine of Autonomous Texts. Necessary Text Elaborations. Learning to Write: M. Himley, Genre as Generative: One Perspective on One Child's Early Writing Growth. Where do the Spaces Go? The Development of Word Segmentation in the Bissex Texts. Learning to Write by Talking about Writing: A Summary of Research on Intensive Peer Review in Expository Writing Instruction at the University of Wisconsin at Madison. References. Index.

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書名 The structure of written communication : studies in reciprocity between writers and readers
著作者等 Doyle, Anne
Himley, Margaret
Nystrand, Martin
出版元 Academic Press
刊行年月 1986
ページ数 xii, 234 p.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 0125234821
NCID BA0091044X
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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