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Handbook of Writing Research [Kindle Edition]

Charles A. MacArthur , Steve Graham , Jill Fitzgerald

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'Covering a rich array of subjects, this handbook offers its readers necessary historical contexts and charts a future course for research in classroom writing. It approaches writing from cognitive, psychological, and sociocultural perspectives; provides new models of instruction supported by strong theoretical bases; and introduces relevant methodologies to the beginning and experienced scholar alike. This book should be on the shelves of all researchers of writing and literacy.' - Douglas Kaufman, PhD, Neag School of Education, University of Connecticut 'The Handbook of Writing Research arrived just in time for my doctoral seminar on writing! Each chapter in this wonderfully comprehensive volume provides a review and synthesis of current research and theory on a different aspect of writing. My students will be introduced to contributions by a range of international authors who discuss cognitive, affective, sociocultural, and instructional aspects of writing product, process, and context, and who raise critical issues and questions that give us direction for further research. Writing teachers like myself, writing program administrators, writing researchers, literacy specialists, teachers, and graduate students undoubtedly will find this handbook an invaluable resource for deepening our understanding of the complex nature of writing.' - Karen Bromley, PhD, Literacy Program and America Reads Program, School of Education and Human Development, Binghamton University, State University of New York


This authoritative volume synthesizes current knowledge on writing development in children and adolescents and the processes underlying successful learning and teaching. The most comprehensive work of its kind, the volume encompasses both cognitive and sociocultural perspectives. Leading investigators present salient theoretical models; describe cutting-edge research methodologies and analytic tools; summarize available data on the effectiveness of major instructional approaches; and identify key directions for future research. Emphasizing the importance of supporting all students' writing development, the book includes a special section on cultural diversity, gender, special education, and bilingual learners.


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  • Verlag: The Guilford Press; Auflage: 1 (13. Dezember 2005)
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Important Book 29. November 2010
Von James D. Williams - Veröffentlicht auf
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There was a time between 1975 and 1985 when most of the exciting and important research on writing was being conducted by people trained in composition studies. Much of it drew on the social sciences to discover why young people had so much difficulty with writing and to investigate ways to help them improve.

The situation began changing around 1985. In my own work, I have attributed the change to the fact that during this same period large numbers of people trained in literature were unable to get jobs in their fields. The market for composition specialists, however, was red hot, so in desperation a staggering number of literature people began posing as writing teachers, even though they had little or no training in the field.

Their hearts were never in it. Teaching writing is hard, pedestrian work, and it cannot be done properly without training. These manque compositionists dreamed of the day when they could talk about leitmotif in Jane Austen or symbolism in Ralph Ellison. And with the inevitable cycle of promotion and tenure, many of them realized that they were no longer obligated to continue the theater that was their careers, and they began doing what they had wanted to do all along, superficially masking their deception behind "cultural studies," "emerging literacies," and "visual rhetoric."

Consequently, research in composition studies stopped dead as the literature people in the field began claiming that rhetoric was "everything." Unable to understand social science methodologies or even basic statistics, they rejected empirical models as useless. The editor of the leading professional journal in composition recently stated, for example, that psychology has no bearing whatsoever on literacy.

We therefore should not be surprised that the responsibility for research in composition/writing was embraced by those working in education and psychology. THE HANDBOOK OF WRITING RESEARCH is an example, and it is an outstanding one. The text covers all the major issues in the field, from theores and models to methodologies. Throughout, the writing is clear, perceptive, and informative. I recommend it highly for anyone who is serious about writing, literacy, and education.
3.0 von 5 Sternen Provides a lot of empirical data and examples of quantitative ... 16. Oktober 2014
Von kmgray - Veröffentlicht auf
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Provides a lot of empirical data and examples of quantitative research the Rhet/Comp field needs. However, most of the research is done with K-12 students and it may have fewer pedagogical implications for higher ed. Covers a broad range of topics and chapters are concise. Some methodologies are explained more thoroughly than others.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen writing wesearch 26. März 2007
Von lily - Veröffentlicht auf
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Book is a very good summary of the recent writing reasearch. No hands on material as to how to improve my writing - but reasearch based material. very usefull for anyone who needs data in regards to writing. Good and comprehensive collection.
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