Table of contents for Handbook of research on writing / Charles Bazerman.

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I. HISTORY OF WRITING 5
1. Origin and Forms of Writing 7
Denise Schmandt-Besserat and Michael Erard
2. History of Writing Technologies 23
Brian Gabrial
3. History of Typography 35
David Jury
4. History of the Book, Authorship, Book Design, and Publishing 65
David Finkelstein
5. History of Reflection, Theory, and Research on Writing 81
Paul Prior and Karen Lunsford
II. WRITING IN SOCIETY 97
6. Writing and the Social Formation of Economy 103
Graham Smart
7. On Documentary Society 113
Dorothy E. Smith and Catherine F. Schryer
8. Writing, Text, and the Law 129
Peter Tiersma
9. Writing and Secular Knowledge Apart From Modern European Institutions 143
Charles Bazerman and Paul Rogers
10. Writing and Secular Knowledge Within Modern European Institutions 157
Charles Bazerman and Paul Rogers
11. The Collection and Organization of Written Knowledge 177
Jack Anderson
12. Writing as Art and Entertainment 191
Patrick Colm Hogan
13. Writing and Journalism: Politics, Social Movements, and the Public Sphere 205
Martin Conboy
14. Writing in the Professions 221
Anne Beaufort
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15. History of Writing in the Community 237
Ursula Howard
16. Writing, Gender, and Culture: An Interdisciplinary Perspective 255
Mary P. Sheridan-Rabideau
17. Writing and Social Change 269
Brenton Faber
III. WRITING IN SCHOOLING 281
18. History of Schools and Writing 283
David Olsen
19. Writing in PrimarySchool 293
Pietro Boscolo
20. Writing in Secondary Schools 311
George Hillocks
21. Teaching of Writing in Higher Education 331
Richard H. Haswell
22. Teaching of Writing and Writing Teachers Through the Ages 347
Duane Roen, Maureen Goggin, and Jennifer Clary-Lemon
23. Construct and Consequence: Validity in Writing Assessment 365
Sandra Murphy and Kathleen Blake Yancey
24. Teaching of Writing and Diversity: Access, Identity, and Achievement 387
John Albertini
IV. WRITING AND THE INDIVIDUAL 399
25. Development of Writing Abilities in Childhood 401
Deborah Wells Rowe
26. Defining Adolescent and Adult Writing Development: A Contest
of Empirical and Federal Will 421
Julie Cheville and Margaret Finders
27. The Reading¿Writing Nexus in Composition Research 435
Nancy Nelson
28. Writing and Cognition: Implications of the Cognitive Architecture
for Learning to Write and Writing to Learn 451
Deborah McCutchen, Paul Teske, and Catherine Bankston
29. Writing and Communication Disorders Across the Life Span 471
Julie Hengst and Cynthia J. Johnson
30. Writing as Physical and Emotional Healing: Findings From
Clinical Research 485
Jessica Singer and George H. S. Singer
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31. Identity and the Writing of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students 499
Arnetha F. Ball and Pamela Ellis
32. Multilingual Writing Development 515
Dwight Atkinson and Ulla Connor
V. WRITING AS TEXT 533
33. Writing and Speaking 535
Doug Biber and Camilla V squez
34. Grammar, the Sentence, and Traditions of Linguistic Analysis 549
Mary Schleppegrel
35. Form, Text Organization, Genre, Coherence, and Cohesion 565
Christine M. Tardy and John M. Swales
36. Persuasion, Audience, and Argument 583
Carolyn Miller and Davida Charney
37. Seeing the Screen: Research Into Visual and Digital Writing Practices 599
Anne Wysocki
Author Index 613
Subject Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Written communication.
Rhetoric.
Discourse analysis.