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Key Theoretical Frameworks: Teaching Technical Communication in the Twenty-First Century Paperback – October 2, 2018

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Editorial Reviews


“[O]ffers important strategies for technical communication instructors, graduate students, and practitioners to incorporate cultural studies scholarship and social justice perspectives into their work. [P]articularly timely since it suggests ways to foster respectful, rigorous, and thoughtful discussions about the intersections of technical communication, diversity, and civic responsibility.”
—Ann Brady, Michigan Technological University
"The cultural dynamics of this century will continue to put pressure on the place, role, and function of technical communication. As our lives are enmeshed with the artificial, the algorithmic, and the global, there is no domain that isn’t a place of engagement. This book embraces the complexity of the present and near future and provides a rich and necessary playbook for design, research, and responsible communication. This book also gives voice to a new generation of scholars whose work is vital."
—Jeffrey Grabill, Michigan State University

About the Author

Angela M. Haas is associate professor of rhetoric, technical communication, ethnic, and women’s and gender studies and serves as the graduate program director for the Department of English at Illinois State University. Her research has been recognized with the Conference on College Composition and Communication Technology Innovator Award, the Computers & Composition Ellen Nold Best Article Award, and the C&C Hugh Burns Best Dissertation Award. Haas serves as vice president of the Association of Teachers of Technical Writing and as coordinator of the Computers & Writing Graduate Research Network. Her scholarship has been published in Computers & Composition, Computers & Composition Online, Journal of Business and Technical Communication, Pedagogy, Studies in American Indian Literatures—among other places.
Michelle F. Eble is associate professor of rhetoric and technical communication at East Carolina University. She has published in Computers and Composition, Technical Communication, and Technical Communication Quarterly. She is the coauthor of Primary Research and Writing: People, Places, Spaces and coeditor of Stories on Mentoring: Theory and Praxis, Reclaiming Accountability: Using the Work of Re/Accreditation, and Large-Scale Assessment to Improve Writing Instruction and Writing Programs. She serves as chair of East Carolina’s Behavioral and Social Sciences Institutional Review Board and president of the Association of Teachers of Technical Writing.

Product details

  • Paperback : 344 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 1607327570
  • ISBN-13 : 978-1607327578
  • Publisher : Utah State University Press; 1st Edition (October 2, 2018)
  • Language: : English
  • Product Dimensions : 6 x 1.1 x 9 inches
  • Item Weight : 1.01 pounds
  • Reading level : 18 and up
  • Customer Reviews:
    5.0 out of 5 stars 2 ratings