Research literacies and writing pedagogies for masters and doctoral writers / volume 31

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Bibliographic Details
Imprint:Leiden ; Boston : Brill, [2016]
©2016
Description:1 online resource (xx, 435 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Language:English
Series:Studies in writing ; volume 31
Studies in writing ; v. 31.
Subject:Dissertations, Academic.
Academic writing.
LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES -- Composition & Creative Writing.
LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES -- Rhetoric.
REFERENCE -- Writing Skills.
Academic writing.
Dissertations, Academic.
Electronic books.
Electronic books.
Academic theses.
Academic theses.
Format: E-Resource Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/12017474
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Other authors / contributors:Badenhorst, Cecile, 1962- editor.
Guerin, Cally, editor.
ISBN:9789004304338
9004304339
9789004304321
9004304320
Notes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Print version record.
Summary:Post/graduate students experience enormous challenges in research writing. New writing pedagogies make explicit the often-hidden research literacies. Research Literacies and Writing Pedagogies for Masters and Doctoral Writers explores emerging innovations in supporting the development of research literacies in post/graduate writing.
Other form:Research literacies and writing pedagogies for masters and doctoral writers. Leiden ; Boston : Brill, [2016] 9789004304321
Table of Contents:
  • Setting the scene for twenty-first century researchers: Post/graduate research literacies and writing pedagogies / Cecile Badenhorst and Cally Guerin
  • Publication literacies. Connecting the dots: writing a doctoral thesis by publication / Cally Guerin
  • Writing for scholarly publication in a Canadian higher education context / Pejman Habibie
  • Writing-for-publication: online pedagogy for post/graduate research writing / Natalia V. Smirnova
  • Challenges for Brazilian post/graduate students writing in the academy: insights for future pedagogical interventions / Marilia Mendes Ferreira
  • Writing and research identities. Exploring post/graduate writing practices, research literacies and writing identities / Amanda French
  • "What feelings didn't I experience!": affect and identity in PhD writing / Agnes Bosanquet and Jayde Cahir
  • Together and undone: motion, style and stance as post/graduate research literacies / Gretchen l. Dietz, Devon R. Kehler and K. Hyoejin Yoon
  • Becoming a post/graduate writer in a social science discipline / Clare Furneaux
  • Agency and articulation in doctoral writing: building the messy research journey into a well-constructed thesis / Gina Wisker
  • Writing networks and exchanges. The symbolic economy of research literacies: the role of "writtenness" in the PhD thesis / Joan Turner
  • Negotiating rich response networks and textual ownership in dissertation writing / Marcia Z. Buell
  • Post/graduate feedback in second language writing: the feedback network on the dissertation proposal / Kyung Min Kim
  • Writing beliefs and mentoring practices: adviser perspectives on post/graduate instruction in the sciences / Natalie Stillman-Webb
  • Doctoral supervisors as learners and teachers of disciplinary writing / Michelle Maher and Brett H. Say
  • Underground murmurs: disturbing supervisory practices of feedback / Sally S. Knowles
  • Guide, companion, midwife: the writing advisor, the graduate student and relational pedagogy / Zinia Pritchard, Robert B. Desjardins and Stephen Kuntz
  • Contact zones, boundary crossings and transitions
  • Thinking through play: "visual" approaches to post/graduate research writing / Cecile Badenhorst, Cecilia Moloney, Janna Rosales and Jennifer Dyer
  • Play and creativity in academic writing / Mary Davies Turner and John Turner
  • Flexibility, hybridity and writing: theory and practice for developing post/graduate literacies / Tara Lockhart
  • Post/graduate academic writing problems: a Pakistan case / Muhammad Ilyas Khan, Muhammad Iqbal Majoka and Shawana Fazal
  • Teaching in the cloud: a virtualised collaborative writing methodology to support the development of postgraduate academic literacy / Nick Almond.