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0.30 Cynthia L. Selfe Sue Rodi, An Invention Heuristic for Expressive Writing, College Composition and Communication, 1980.
0.28 Robert Brooke, Robert Brooke Responds, College English, 1990.
0.23 Worth Travis Harder, Comment on "The Dichotomy of Form and Content": (January 1967 CE), College English, 1967.
0.21 Amy J. Devitt, Generalizing about Genre: New Conceptions of an Old Concept, College Composition and Communication, 1993.
0.21 Edward Rocklin, Converging Transformations in Teaching Composition Literature and Drama, College English, 1991.
0.20 NCTE Commission on the English Curriculum of the, Essentials of English: A Document for Reflection and Dialogue, College English, 1983.
0.20 Alan B. Howes, A Linguistic Analogy in Literary Criticism, College Composition and Communication, 1964.
0.19 Sean D. Williams, Process-Product Ambiguity: Theorizing a Perspective on World Wide Web Argumentation, JAC, 2002.
0.19 Debra Hawhee, The Squirm, College Composition and Communication, 2008.
0.18 Barry M. Kroll, Developmental Perspectives and the Teaching of Composition, College English, 1980.
0.18 Catherine E. Lamb, Reply by Catherine E Lamb, College Composition and Communication, 1991.
0.18 Steven G. Kellman, Gnomes, College English, 1976.
0.18 Rebecca Mlynarczyk, A Comment on "Connecting Literature to Students' Lives", College English, 1994.
0.18 Lewis B. Hershey, Burke's Aristotelianism: Burke and Aristotle on Form, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1986.
0.18 Lois Agnew, The Civic Function of Taste: A Re-Assessment of Hugh Blair's Rhetorical Theory, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1998.
0.18 Louise Wetherbee Phelps, Dialectics of Coherence: Toward An Integrative Theory, College English, 1985.
0.18 Michael Hassett, Toward a Broader Understanding of the Rhetoric of Punctuation, College Composition and Communication, 1996.
0.18 Michael Carter, Ways of Knowing Doing and Writing in the Disciplines, College Composition and Communication, 2007.
0.18 Michael Hassett, Constructing an Ethical Writer for the Postmodern Scene, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1995.
0.18 Ann Berthoff, Response to David Holbrook, College English, 1973.
0.18 Jerry Mirskin, Writing as a Process of Valuing, College Composition and Communication, 1995.
0.17 Theresa Enos, Process toward Unity: The I-Thou-It in Contemporary Rhetorical Criticism of Literature, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1982.
0.17 , Some Methods and Values of the Integrated Composition/Communication Course, College Composition and Communication, 1959.
0.17 Heather Brodie Graves, Marbles Dimples Rubber Sheets and Quantum Wells: The Role of Analogy in the Rhetoric of Science, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1998.
0.17 Marilyn M. Cooper, Marilyn M Cooper Responds, College English, 1987.
0.17 Stephen M. Fishman, Explicating Our Tacit Tradition: John Dewey and Composition Studies, College Composition and Communication, 1993.
0.17 Richard M. Coe, An Apology for Form; Or Who Took the Form out of the Process?, College English, 1987.
0.17 Joseph Comprone, Kenneth Burke and the Teaching of Writing, College Composition and Communication, 1978.
0.17 Shirley Parry Jean Turner, Comment on Blanchard, College English, 1972.
0.17 James Schroeter, The Humanities Again: Reply, College English, 1964.
0.17 Phillip Stambovsky, A Comment on "A Passage into Critical Theory", College English, 1991.
0.17 Ronald J. Fortune, PROBLEM-SOLVING AND AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL WRITING, Journal of Advanced Composition, 1982.
0.17 Katrina M. Powell Pamela Takayoshi, Accepting Roles Created for Us: The Ethics of Reciprocity, College Composition and Communication, 2003.
0.17 Arabella Lyon, Re-Presenting Communities: Teaching Turbulence, Rhetoric Review, 1992.
0.17 Russell C. Long, Writer-Audience Relationships: Analysis or Invention?, College Composition and Communication, 1980.
0.17 Ken Bruffee, Reply to Peter Elbow, College English, 1972.
0.17 Barbara A. Emmel, Toward a Pedagogy of the Enthymeme: The Roles of Dialogue Intention and Function in Shaping Argument, Rhetoric Review, 1994.
0.17 Les Perelman, Les Perelman Responds, College English, 1987.
0.16 Margaret Storch, Language Is a Two- Way Process, College English, 1977.
0.16 Mary M. Salibrici, Further Thoughts on Civic Participation in College Composition Classes, Rhetoric Review, 1997.
0.16 , Designing Undergraduate Programs in Rhetoric, College Composition and Communication, 1973.
0.16 Mary La Roche, Technical Writing in the Picaresque Mode: A Perspective from Experience, College English, 1983.
0.16 Richard L. Larson, A Comment on "The Second Stage in Writing across the Curriculum", College English, 1992.
0.16 Gordon M. Pradl, Conversing with Pat Belanoff, College Composition and Communication, 1997.
0.16 Gerard A. Hauser, The Most Significant Passage in Aristotle's Rhetoric or How Function May Make Moral Philosophers of Us All, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1982.
0.16 Roberta Hoffman Markman, The Fairy Tale: An Introduction to Literature and the Creative Process, College English, 1983.
0.16 Michael Lopes, The Longer I Talk, College Composition and Communication, 1976.
0.16 Dale Jacobs, The Audacity of Hospitality, JAC, 2008.
0.16 Stuart C. Brown, I A Richards' New Rhetoric: Multiplicity Instrument and Metaphor, Rhetoric Review, 1992.
0.16 Stuart Greene, Mining Texts in Reading to Write, Journal of Advanced Composition, 1992.
0.16 Cheryl Geisler, How Ought We to Understand the Concept of Rhetorical Agency? Report from the ARS, Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2004.
0.15 Thomas P. Miller, Treating Professional Writing as Social Praxis, Journal of Advanced Composition, 1991.
0.15 Gwen Gorzelsky, [A Comment on "Ghosts: Liberal Education and Negotiated Authority"]: Responds, College English, 2002.
0.15 Jeff Rice, Networks and New Media, College English, 2006.
0.15 Sidney I. Dobrin Christian R. Weisser, Breaking Ground in Ecocomposition: Exploring Relationships between Discourse and Environment, College English, 2002.
0.15 Lil Brannon, THE TEACHER AS PHILOSOPHER: THE MADNESS BEHIND OUR METHOD, Journal of Advanced Composition, 1983.
0.15 , Film as Art Form and Mode of Communication, College Composition and Communication, 1973.
0.15 Gregory Clark, Writing on Tour: Rethinking the Travel Metaphor, JAC, 2000.
0.15 Louise Wetherbee Phelps, The Domain of Composition, Rhetoric Review, 1986.
0.15 Brian Huot, Toward a New Discourse of Assessment for the College Writing Classroom, College English, 2002.
0.15 Herbert S. Michaels, Student-Teacher Planning, College English, 1950.
0.15 Darsie Bowden, The Limits of Containment: Text-as-Container in Composition Studies, College Composition and Communication, 1993.
0.15 Susan M. Hubbuch, The Writer's Stance: An Exploration of Context in Invention and Critical Thinking, Journal of Advanced Composition, 1990.
0.15 Stuart Greene, Toward a Dialectical Theory of Composing, Rhetoric Review, 1990.
0.15 Gregory Clark, What Kind of Place Is the Writing Classroom?: Response, College Composition and Communication, 1994.
0.15 , Protecting Students from Teachers Both the Innovative and the Traditional, College Composition and Communication, 1971.
0.15 Rosentene B. Purnell, Islands and Exiles: The College the Students and the Community in Writing Programs, College Composition and Communication, 1973.