A theory of literate action : literate action volume 2 /

"The second in a two-volume set, A Theory of Literate Action draws on work from the social sciences--and in particular sociocultural psychology, phenomenological sociology, and the pragmatic tradition of social science--to "reconceive rhetoric fundamentally around the problems of written c...

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Main Author: Bazerman, Charles (Author)
Corporate Author: WAC Clearinghouse.
Format: eBook
Published: Fort Collins, Colorado ; Anderson, South Carolina : The WAC Clearinghouse : Parlor Press, [2013]
Series:Perspectives on writing (Fort Collins, Colo.)
Open Textbook Library.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Chapter 1. The Symbolic Animal and the Cultural Transformation of Nature
  • Chapter 2. Symbolic Selves in Society: Vygotsky on Language and Formation of the Social Mind
  • Chapter 3. Active Social Symbolic Selves: Vygotskian Traditions
  • Chapter 4. Active Social Symbolic Selves: The Phenomenological Sociology Tradition
  • Chapter 5. Active Social Symbolic Selves: The Pragmatic Tradition within American Social Science
  • Chapter 6. Social Order: Structural and Structurational Sociology
  • Chapter 7. From the Interaction Order to Shared Meanings
  • Chapter 8. Linguistic Orders
  • Chapter 9. Utterances and Their Meanings
  • Chapter 10. The World in the Text: Indexed and Created
  • Chapter 11. The Writer on the Spot and on the Line.