In academic argument, writers generally avoid (fearless/experiential) polemics and instead employ complex rhetorical strategies such as thinking critically, engaging research, and posing alternative viewpoints. Academic argument thus aims toward internal rational intersubjectivity. Still, problems occur when students fearfully resist rational arguments or critical work because of prior identifications. Critical teaching, moreover, comes under fire as coercive or as foregrounding ideology over writing.Section Two Critical Rhetoric in Student Writing: Revision as Practical Criticism Does critical rhetoric have a place in student writing? How best can the teaching of writing promote critical thinking? In Chapter 3, 1 examine critiques of politicizedanbsp;...
|Title||:||Intersubjectivity: An Ethics for Critical Rhetoric and Writing|
|Author||:||Gae Lyn Henderson|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|