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College Composition and Communication, Vol. 42, No. 1, February 1991

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Lamb, Catherine E. “Beyond Argument in Feminist Composition.” CCC 42.1 (1991): 11-24.



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Lamb, Catherine E. “Less Distance, More Space: A Feminist Theory of Power and Writer/Audi­ence Relationships.” Rhetoric and Ideology: Compositions and Criticisms of Power. Ed. Charles W. Kneupper. Arlington: Rhetoric Society of America, 1989. 99-104.
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Lunsford, Andrea, and Lisa Ede. “On Distinctions between Classical and Modern Discourse.” Essays on Classical Rhetoric and Modern Discourse. Ed. Robert J. Connors, Lisa S. Ede, and Andrea A. Lunsford. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 1984. 37-49, 265-67.
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Peterson, Jane E. “Valuing Teaching: Assumptions, Problems, and Possibilities.” CCC 42.1 (1991): 25-35.



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Tinberg, Howard B. “‘An Enlargement of Observation’: More on Theory Building in the Composition Classroom.” CCC 42.1 (1991): 36-44.



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Peterson, Jane. “Valuing Teaching: Assumptions, Problems, and Possibilities.” Conference on College Composition and Communication convention. Chicago, Mar. 1990.
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Shaw, Margaret L. “What Students Don’t Say: An Approach to the Student Text.” CCC 42.1 (1991): 45-54.



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Hawisher, Gail E. and Cynthia L. Selfe. “The Rhetoric of Technology and the Electronic Writing Class.” CCC 42.1 (1991): 55-65.



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Murray, Donald M. “All Writing Is Autobiography.” CCC 42.1 (1991): 66-74.

Capossela, Toni-Lee. “Students as Sociolinguists: Getting Real Research from Freshman Writers.” CCC 42.1 (1991): 75-79.

Horning, Alice S. “Advising Undecided Students through Research Writing.” CCC 42.1 (1991): 80-84.

Chapman, David W., Joyce Magnotto, and Barbara Stout. “Responses to Elisabeth McPherson, ‘Remembering, Regretting, and Rejoicing: The Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the Two-Year College Regionals.'” CCC 42.1 (1991): 85-86.

McPherson, Elisabeth. “Reply by Elisabeth McPherson.” CCC 42.1 (1991): 87.

Holland, Bruce. “Response to Lester Faigley, ‘Judging Writing, Judging Selves.'” CCC 42.1 (1991): 87-89.

Faigley, Lester. “Reply by Lester Faigley.” CCC 42.1 (1991): 89-90.

Charney, Davida. “Response to James Hoetker and Gordon Brossell, ‘The Effects of Systematic Variations in Essay Topics on the Writing Performance of College Freshmen.'” CCC 42.1 (1991): 90-93.

Hoetker, James. “Reply by James Hoetker.” CCC 42.1 (1991): 93-94.

Schilb, John. Rev. of Conversations on the Written Word: Essays on Language and Literacy by Jay L. Robinson. CCC 42.1 (1991): 95-97.

Hesse, Douglas. Rev. of Expressive Discourse by Jeannette Harris. CCC 42.1 (1991): 97-99.

Enos, Theresa. Rev. of The Rhetorical Tradition: Readings from Classical Times to the Present by Patricia Bizzell and Bruce Herzberg. CCC 42.1 (1991): 99-101.

Glenn, Cheryl. Rev. of Classical Rhetoric for the Modern Student by Edward P. J. Corbett. CCC 42.1 (1991): 101-103.

Trimbur, John. Rev. of Singular Texts/Plural Authors: Perspectives on Collaborative Writing by Andrea Lunsford and Lisa Ede. CCC 42.1 (1991): 103-105.

Rea, Paul W. Rev. of Learning to Write in Our Nation’s Schools: Instruction and Achievement in 1988 at Grades 4, 8, and 12 by Arthur N. Applebee, Judith A. Langer, Lynn B. Jenkins, Ina V. S. Millis, and Mary A. Foertsch. CCC 42.1 (1991): 105-106.

Comprone, Joseph J. The Future of Doctoral Studies in English by Andrea Lunsford, Helen Moglen, and James F. Slevin. CCC 42.1 (1991): 106-109.

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