JAC: A Journal of Composition Theory, Volume 24, Number 3, 2004 Page: Front Inside
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New for 2005!
Readings for Critical Thinking and
Chris Anderson, Oregon State University
Lex Runciman, Linfield College
With a unique focus on the ethical nature of critical
thinking, reading, and writing, this new thematic com-
position reader is the first to challenge students with
questions that are at once fundamental to personal
development and foundational to good citizenship.
Open Questions presents a wide variety of perspectives
on profound ethical issues, along with a unique method
of approaching those issues based on careful listening,
analytic thinking, and persuasive writing.
WAYS OF READING
An Anthology for Writers
David Bartholomae, University of Pittsburgh
Anthony Petrosky, University of Pittsburgh
Much admired, widely adopted, and one-of-a-kind,
Ways of Reading combines lengthy and challenging
readings with innovative and demanding apparatus to
engage students in conversations with some of the
most powerful voices of our culture. The new edition
includes photos of the authors and book covers to
provide more context and visual appeal.
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