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0.39 Joseph Little, Analogy in Science: Where Do We Go from Here?, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2000.
0.29 Heather Brodie Graves, Marbles Dimples Rubber Sheets and Quantum Wells: The Role of Analogy in the Rhetoric of Science, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1998.
0.29 S. Michael Halloran, The Birth of Molecular Biology: An Essay in the Rhetorical Criticism of Scientific Discourse, Rhetoric Review, 1984.
0.27 Dorothy A. Winsor, Engineering Writing/Writing Engineering, College Composition and Communication, 1990.
0.27 James P. Zappen, Francis Bacon and the Historiography of Scientific Rhetoric, Rhetoric Review, 1989.
0.26 Patrick Moore Louise M. Rosenblatt, Two Comments on "Positivists Postmodernists Aristotelians and the Challenger Disaster", College English, 1995.
0.25 Randy Allen Harris, A Note on the Max Planck Effect, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1998.
0.25 William J. Kinsella, A "Fusion" of Interests: Big Science Government and Rhetorical Practice in Nuclear Fusion Research, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1996.
0.24 Alan G. Gross, Does Rhetoric of Science Matter? The Case of the Floppy-Eared Rabbits, College English, 1991.
0.23 R. Allen Harris, Rhetoric of Science, College English, 1991.
0.23 A. M. Wilkinson, A Comment on "Notes from the Besieged", College English, 1981.
0.22 Heather Brodie Graves, Rhetoric and Reality in the Process of Scientific Inquiry, Rhetoric Review, 1995.
0.22 A. M. Tibbetts, New Grammarians Stop Being Scientific!, College Composition and Communication, 1963.
0.22 Arthur E. Walzer Alan Gross, Positivists Postmodernists Aristotelians and the Challenger Disaster, College English, 1994.
0.22 Alan G. Gross, Experiment as Text: The Limits of Literary Analysis, Rhetoric Review, 1993.
0.22 Dennis Szilak, To Mel A Topf, College English, 1976.
0.22 Herman A. Estrin, Motivating and Preparing Students to Submit Articles on Technical Writing, College Composition and Communication, 1976.
0.22 Brent Henze, Scientific Definition in Rhetorical Formations: Race as "Permanent Variety" in James Cowles Prichard's Ethnology, Rhetoric Review, 2004.
0.21 Ruth Mitchell, Ruth Mitchell Responds, College English, 1982.
0.21 James C. Raymond, Rhetoric: The Methodology of the Humanities, College English, 1982.
0.21 David N. Dobrin, David N Dobrin Responds, College English, 1983.
0.20 Jerome Bump, Metaphor Creativity and Technical Writing, College Composition and Communication, 1985.
0.20 William J. Reeves Eugene C. Deci, An Academic Conversation, College English, 1977.
0.20 Carolyn R. Miller, A Humanistic Rationale for Technical Writing, College English, 1979.
0.20 Michael Truscello, The Clothing of the American Mind: The Construction of Scientific Ethos in the Science Wars, Rhetoric Review, 2001.
0.20 Thomas M. Sawyer, Rhetoric in an Age of Science and Technology, College Composition and Communication, 1972.
0.20 Mary Rosner, Values in Doing and Writing Science: The Case of Barbara McClintock, Journal of Advanced Composition, 1994.
0.19 Alan G. Gross, Why Hermagoras Still Matters: The Fourth Stasis and Interdisciplinarity, Rhetoric Review, 2004.
0.19 Arthur Walzer Alan Gross, Arthur Walzer and Alan Gross Respond, College English, 1995.
0.19 Mel A. Topf, Smooth Things: The Rockefeller Commission's Report on the Humanities, College English, 1981.
0.19 Robert J. Connors, Robert J Connors Responds, College English, 1984.
0.19 Russell Rutter, Poetry Imagination and Technical Writing, College English, 1985.
0.18 Mel A. Topf, Response to Dennis Szilak, College English, 1976.
0.18 Russell Rutter, Russell Rutter Responds, College English, 1986.
0.18 Patricia Bizzell, A Comment on "Composition Studies and Science", College English, 1984.
0.18 R. Allen Harris, Assent Dissent and Rhetoric in Science, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1990.
0.17 Boyd Guest, The Humanities in Engineering Colleges, College English, 1945.
0.17 James P. Zappen, Francis Bacon and the Rhetoric of Science, College Composition and Communication, 1975.
0.17 Alan G. Gross, Accounting for Rhetorical Change: The Case of the Founding of the Austrian Academy of Science, Rhetoric Review, 2003.
0.17 Elizabeth Tebeaux, Let's Not Ruin Technical Writing Too: A Comment on the Essays of Carolyn Miller and Elizabeth Harris, College English, 1980.
0.17 David Mair John Radovich, DEVELOPING INDUSTRIAL CASES FOR TECHNICAL WRITING ON CAMPUS, Journal of Advanced Composition, 1985.
0.17 Robert J. Connors, Composition Studies and Science, College English, 1983.
0.17 David Vander Velde, Entropy and Composition, College English, 1980.
0.17 John A. Campbell, The Comic Frame and the Rhetoric of Science Epistemiology and Ethics in Darwin's Origins, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1994.
0.17 Carolyn R. Miller, A Comment on "Positivists Postmodernists Aristotelians and the Challenger Disaster", College English, 1995.
0.17 David Tietge, Complexity Theory and Evolutionary Discourse, JAC, 2004.
0.16 Daniel Marder, A Comment on "Rhetoric: The Methodology of the Humanities", College English, 1984.
0.16 Thomas M. Rivers Don Roy Thomassen, Two Comments on "Smooth Things: The Rockefeller Commission's Report on the Humanities", College English, 1982.
0.16 Marlana Portolano, Increase and Diffusion of Knowledge: Ethos of Science and Education in the Smithsonian's Inception, Rhetoric Review, 1999.
0.16 S. Michael Halloran, Comment on "Writing about Science", College English, 1982.
0.16 Cary Moskovitz David Kellogg, Primary Science Communication in the First-Year Writing Course, College Composition and Communication, 2005.
0.16 Dale Sullivan, The Prophetic Voice in Jeremy Rifkin's Algeny, Rhetoric Review, 1990.
0.15 Jean A. Lutz, A Comment on "Shared Responsibility: Teaching Technical Writing in the University", College English, 1982.
0.15 Michael Casey, Fragging, College English, 1985.
0.15 Thomas M. Sawyer, The Common Law of Science and the Common Law of Literature, College Composition and Communication, 1970.