Landmark essays on rhetorical genre studies /

"Landmark Essays on Rhetorical Genre Studies gathers major works that have contributed to the recent rhetorical reconceptualization of genre. A lively and complex field developed over the past 30 years, rhetorical genre studies is central to many current research and teaching agendas. This coll...

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Other Authors: Miller, Carolyn R. (Editor), Devitt, Amy J. (Editor)
Format: Book
Published: New York, NY : Routledge, 2019.
Series:Landmark essays.
Table of Contents:
  • On genre (On rhetoric: a theory of civic discourse, Book I, Ch. 3) / Aristotle
  • Form and genre in rhetorical criticism: an introduction / Karlyn Kohrs Campbell and Kathleen Hall Jamieson
  • Genre as social action / Carolyn R. Miller
  • The problem of speech genres / M. M. Bakhtin
  • A working definition of genre / John M. Swales
  • Generalizing about genre: new conceptions of an old concept / Amy J. Devitt
  • Antecedent genre as rhetorical constraint / Kathleen J. Jamieson
  • Systems of genres and the enactment of social intentions / Charles Bazerman
  • Uptake / Anne Freadman
  • Genre Time/space: chronotopic strategies in the experimental article / Catherine F. Schryer
  • The genre function / Anis S. Bawarshi
  • Genre and identity: individuals, institutions, and ideology / Anthony Paré
  • "Show and tell": the role of explicit teaching in the learning of new genres / Aviva Freedman
  • Genre in three traditions: implications for ESL / Sunny Hyon
  • "Mutt Genres" and the goal of FYC: can we help students write the genres of the university / Elizabeth Wardle.