WRTG 3870 - Writing as Social Practice 3 Credit(s)
Requirement Designation: Humanities Exploration
In this course, students will be introduced to key theories of writing. Emphasis will be placed on the cultural, social, and rhetorical practices that have given rise to and shape writing processes, documents, and ultimately writers themselves. Students will be introduced to various forms of writing, theories that consider the impact of material and social factors, such as education, on writing systems, and theories that consider the writer/reader relationship that is established through writing. Students strongly advised to take WRTG 2010 or equivalent prior to this course.
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