• Labor, Writing Technologies, And the Shaping of Competition in the Academy (New Directions in Computers and Composition)

    Hampton Press

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    This volume addresses several concerns: What labor, workplace, and technology issues should composition as a profession be concerned with in the 21st century? How does technology affect the shape of academic labor? How have working conditions in composition affected the ways technology is used? The authors in this collection have turned their attention to these questions, arguing that composition workers (researchers, scholars, administrators, and teachers) have much to think about in relation to articulation of their professional identity.

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