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Title Composing(media) = composing(embodiment) : bodies, technologies, writing, the teaching of writing / edited by Kristin L. Arola and Anne Frances Wysocki
Published Logan, Utah : Utah State University Press, [2012]
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Description 1 online resource (293 pages) : illustrations
Contents Acknowledgments; Introduction: Into Between-On Composition in Mediation -- Anne Frances Wysocki; Part 1: Media = Embodiment; 1. Drawn Together: Possibilities for Bodies in Words and Pictures -- Anne Frances Wysocki; 2. Pausing to Reflect: Mass Observation, Blogs, and Composing Everyday Life -- Paul Walker; 3. Authoring Avatars: Gaming, Reading, and Writing Identities -- Matthew S.S. Johnson; 4. How Billie Jean King Became the Center of the Universe -- David Parry; 5. Information Cartography: Visualizations of Internet Spatiality and Information Flows -- Jason Farman
12. I t's My Revolution: Learning to See the Mixedblood -- Kristin L. Arola13. Visible Guerrillas -- Karen Springsteen; 14. Affording New Media: Individuation, Imagination, and the Hope of Change -- Kristie Fleckenstein; ACTIVITIES for PART 2; Works Cited; Index; About the Authors
6. Multimodal Methods for Multimodal Literacies: Establishing A Technofeminist Research Identity -- Jen Almjeld and Kristine Blair7. Writing against Normal: Navigating a Corporeal Turn -- Jay Dolmage; ACTIVITIES for PART 1; Part 2 : Mediating Bodies ̂Mediated Bodies; 8. Crafting New Approaches to Composition -- Kristin Prins; 9. Bodies of Text -- Aaron Raz Link; 10. Whose Body?: Looking Critically at New Interface Designs -- Ben McCorkle; 11. Queerness, Multimodality, and the Possibilities of Re/Orientation -- Jonathan Alexander and Jacqueline Rhodes
Summary "What any body is-and is able to do-cannot be disentangled from the media we use to consume and produce texts."--The Introduction. Kristin Arola and Anne Wysocki argue that composing in new media is composing the body-is embodiment. In Composing (Media) = Composing (Embodiment), they have brought together a powerful set of essays that agree on the need for compositionists-and their students-to engage with a wide range of new media texts. These chapters explore how texts of all varieties mediate and thereby contribute to the human experiences of communi
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject English language -- Rhetoric -- Computer network resources.
English language -- Rhetoric -- Computer-assisted instruction.
English language -- Rhetoric -- Study and teaching.
Mass media -- Authorship -- Study and teaching.
Online data processing -- Authorship -- Study and teaching.
Report writing -- Computer network resources.
Report writing -- Computer-assisted instruction.
Report writing -- Study and teaching -- Data processing.
Form Electronic book
Author Arola, Kristin L.
Wysocki, Anne Frances, 1956-
LC no. 2012014285
ISBN 0874218810 (electronic bk.)
9780874218817 (electronic bk.)