Difference and power produce powerful, damaging representations of students. Those representations of students affect representations of teachers, writing instruction, and English studies as a whole. Damaging representations of students come from competing definitions of literacy. Because literacy definitions vary, representations of students vary with some students perceived as the qOther.qKrystan V. Douglas, author of aYet Another Reason Not to Write A 500-Word Essay: A Biography Is Bettera continues with noting the things that her students seem to be lacking when she writes athey lack the experience in dealing with ideasaanbsp;...
|Title||:||Basic Writing, Binaries, and Bridges: Difference and Power in the Production and Reception of Representations of Students|
|Author||:||Maurice C. Champagne|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|