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Spring 1997, 25.1

 

Articles

Laura R. Micciche Male Plight and Feminist Threat in Composition Studies: A Response to "Teaching and Learning as a Man"
Lauren Sewell On Being Researched and Becoming a Researcher: An Essay on Reflexivity in Qualitative Composition Research
Ronda Leathers Dively Censoring Religious Rhetoric in the Composition Classroom: What We and Our Students May Be Missing
Teresa M. Redd Exposition by Design: Using the Expository Strategies to Link Freshman English and Introduction to Engineering
Virginia Allen The Organic Approach to Teaching Apostrophes: Anomalous Data Waiting for a Paradigm Shift