Course Info:

ENGLISH 201 (Intermediate Composition)
Doe, Jane
Spring 2005-2006 LEC 005 MWF 01:20 PM to 02:10 PM

Library Contacts:

John Doe, Memorial Library, fake email 265-5555

John Doe

Library Course Materials:

 
 
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Electronic Reserves



Responding to argument, Annette T. Rottenberg, IN: Elements of argument : a text and reader. New York : St. Martinís Press, c1988. pp. 3-24
Constructing, deconstructing and reconstructing gender, Penelope Eckert and Sally McConnell-Ginet, IN: Language and gender. Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2003 (pp. 9-29, pp.30-51)
Representation, J. Jasinski, IN: Sourcebook on Rhetoric. New York : Sage, 2001. pp.483-491
Audience, P. Elbow, IN: Writing with Power. New York : Univ. of Oxford, 1981. pp. 177-235
The language of persuasion: Politics and advertising, Donna Woolfolk Cross, IN: P. Eschholz and A. Rosa, Language awareness: Readings for college writers. Boston: Bedford/St. Martins, 2000. pp.525-553
Addressing the academic community, C. Anson, R. Schwegler, M. Muth, IN: The Longman Writer's Companion. New York : Longman, 2000. pp. 395-402
MLA Style, Ebert et. al, IN: Writing from A to Z. Mountain View, CA : Mayfield, 2000. pp. 53-69.
The trouble with testosterone: Will boys just be boys?, Robert M. Sapolsky, IN: The gendered society reader. Eds. M. Kimmel and A. Aronson. New York: Univ. of Oxford, 2000. pp. 14-20


last updated: March 15, 2006