A World of Ideas asks such crucial questions as, What defines good government? What forces shape our society? What does it mean to be educated?
Author: Lee A. Jacobus
Publisher: Bedford Books
Category: College readers
The first and bestselling reader of its kind, A World of Ideas engages students with the big ideas that have shaped society and are reshaping it today. Readings by essential authors - from Aristotle and Mary Wollstonecraft to bell hooks and Marilynne Robinson - help students trace the origins of central cultural concepts and respond to them. A World of Ideas asks such crucial questions as, What defines good government? What forces shape our society? What does it mean to be educated? A World of Ideas helps students respond to these questions by providing the guidance they need to understand, analyze, and write. Substantial, supportive apparatus helps students focus on both the content of the readings as well as the rhetorical moves that writers use to achieve their purposes, providing instruction and models as students join in the important conversations continuing today. New chapters on Education and Gender, and new readings throughout, speak to today's urgent concerns. Improved writing instruction includes more scaffolding and examples that provide greater support for students.
Jacobus , Lee A. A World of Ideas : Essential Readings for College Writers . 4th ed . Boston : Bedford , 1994 . Lunsford , Andrea A. , and John J. Ruszkiewicz , eds . The Presence of Others : Readings for Critical Thinking and Writing .
Author: Gary A. Olson
Publisher: SUNY Press
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Eminent scholars discuss the politics and practices of generating scholarship in rhetoric and composition studies. Publishing in Rhetoric and Composition is a collection of essays about the politics and practices of generating scholarship in rhetoric and composition. The contributors to this book, many of whom are current or past editors of the discipline's most prestigious scholarly journals, undoubtedly have their finger on the pulse of composition's most current scholarship and offer invaluable insight into the production and publication of original research. They discuss publishing articles and reviews, as well as book-length projects, including scholarly monographs, edited collections, and textbooks. They also address such topics as how composition research is valued in English departments, recent developments in electronic publishing, the work habits of successful academic writers, and the complications of mentoring graduate students in a publish-or-perish profession. An inviting and helpful tone makes this an ideal textbook for research methodology and professional writing courses.
In L. A. Jacobus (Ed.), A World of Ideas: Essential Readings for College Writers (7th ed.; pp. 102–110). New York: St. Martin's Press. Chamberlain, N. (1938). Peace for Our Time. Speech presented at Number 10 Downing Street, London.
Author: Cook, Bruce L.
Publisher: IGI Global
Category: Political Science
Violent behavior has become deeply integrated into modern society and it is an unavoidable aspect of human nature. Examining peacemaking strategies through a critical and academic perspective can assist in resolving violence in societies around the world. The Handbook of Research on Examining Global Peacemaking in the Digital Age is a pivotal reference source for the latest research findings on the utilization of peacemaking in media, leadership, and religion. Featuring extensive coverage on relevant areas such as human rights, spirituality, and the Summer of Peace, this publication is an ideal resource for policymakers, universities and colleges, graduate-level students, and organizations seeking current research on the application of conflict resolution and international negotiation.
Author: Johnnie Johnson HafernikPublish On: 2012-10-25
Accessed 15.07.12. Jacobus, L.A. (2010) Evaluating ideas: An introduction to critical reading. In L.A. Jacobus (ed.) A World of Ideas: Essential Readings for College Writers (8th edn) (pp. 1–11). Boston: Bedford/St. Martin's.
Author: Johnnie Johnson Hafernik
Publisher: Multilingual Matters
Today more and more ethnically, culturally, and linguistically diverse students enroll in our college and university courses. These diverse, multilingual students enrich our campuses and at the same time present challenges. Who are these students? What skills do these diverse students need to be successful in college? How can faculty help them succeed? For faculty in all disciplines seeking answers to these questions, this is an essential book. This text provides practical advice on how to assist these students with academic tasks and how to help them to succeed in the academy.
New York: Vintage Books, 1973. ... Frobish, Todd S. “Alter Rhetoric and Online Performance: Scientology, Ethos, and the World Wide Web. ... A World of Ideas: Essential Readings for College Writers. 7th ed. Ed. Lee A. Jacobus.
Author: David J. Tietge
Publisher: Parlor Press LLC
Category: Social Science
David J. Tietge examines the place and influence of scientific discourse in the popular consciousness of contemporary American society, offering critical strategies for recognizing, decoding, and understanding scientific language as it is used by both scientific and a-scientific agents and agencies.
Author: Constance Victoria BriggsPublish On: 2003-04-01
An A-Z Guide to Thoughts, Ideas, and Beliefs about God Constance Victoria Briggs. Hewitt, Hugh. Searching for God in America. ... Jacobus, Lee A. A World of Ideas: Essential Readings for College Writers. Boston, Mass.: Bedford Books ...
Author: Constance Victoria Briggs
Publisher: Hampton Roads Publishing
Now That God Is Popular Again, What Do People Say About Him? Interest in the nature of the Supreme Being is growing again, especially among people who had turned away from conventional religious approaches. God is "in" again, but what do we know about him? In this remarkable reference work, Constance Victoria Briggs, author of the popular The Encyclopedia of Angels, offers a stimulating and inspiring review of the thoughts of hundreds of scholars, religious authorities, mystics, writers, saints, prophets, philosophers, poets--even celebrities--on the nature of God. "Although we can't question God, we can evaluate the information contained in these sources and draw our own conclusions about who and what God is," she says. "It's my desire to portray God as a multi-faceted spiritual entity whose characteristics have shaped our lives since the dawn of mankind." In a highly accessible A-Z format, Briggs presents hundreds of short informative entries from diverse traditions and beliefs. From Arabot, the Seventh Heaven in Judaic lore, to Thomas Jefferson's beliefs in God, from Brahma, Hinduism's chief deity, to Mulungu, the Supreme Being in some East African beliefs--you'll find it all in this revealing tour through the world's beliefs. Among the riches in The Encyclopedia of God, you'll find a chronicle of the acts of God, past and future; God's relationship with the saints, prophets, and other holy men and women; God's relationship with the angels; the beliefs about God of world religions and ancient cultures; and new age thoughts on God. All entries are meticulously cross-referenced to give you quick access to related topics.
A World of Ideas: Essential Readings for College Writers. 10th ed. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin's, 2016. James, Etta, and David Ritz. Rage to Survive: The Etta James Story. New York: Da Capo, 1998. Jamieson, Sandra.
Author: Cedric D. Burrows
Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
In music, crossover means that a song has moved beyond its original genre and audience into the general social consciousness. Rhetorical Crossover uses the same concept to theorize how the black rhetorical presence has moved in mainstream spaces in an era where African Americans were becoming more visible in white culture. Cedric Burrows argues that when black rhetoric moves into the dominant culture, white audiences appear welcoming to African Americans as long as they present an acceptable form of blackness for white tastes. The predominant culture has always constructed coded narratives on how the black rhetorical presence should appear and behave when in majority spaces. In response, African Americans developed their own narratives that revise and reinvent mainstream narratives while also reaffirming their humanity. Using an interdisciplinary model built from music, education, film, and social movement studies, Rhetorical Crossover details the dueling narratives about African Americans that percolate throughout the United States.
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Author: John Mauk
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Organized around common rhetorical situations that occur all around us, INVENTING ARGUMENTS shows students that argument is a living process rather than a form to be modeled. The text's focus on invention teaches students to recognize the rhetorical elements of any argumentative situation and apply the tools of argument effectively in their own writing. Students are introduced to the basic layers of argument in early chapters, with material arranged into increasingly sophisticated topics beginning with the most obvious or explicit layers (claims) and moving to the more implied layers of assumptions, values, beliefs, and ideology. By the time they finish Part I, your students will have a thorough understanding of argument, which they can then apply to the invention projects in Chapters 7−12.This edition has been updated to reflect guidelines from the 2016 MLA HANDBOOK, Eighth Edition. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.