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Allen, Guy. “Language, Power, and Consciousness: A Writing Experiment at the University of Toronto.” Writing and Healing: Toward an Informed Practice. Ed. Charles M. Anderson and Marian A. MacCurdy. Urbana, IL: NCTE, 2000. 249–290.
Bartholomae, David. “Inventing the University.” When a Writer Can’t Write. Ed. Mike Rose. New York: The Guilford Press, 1985.
Berman, Jeffrey, and Jonathan Schiff. “Writing about Suicide.” Writing and Healing: Toward an Informed Practice. Ed. Charles M. Anderson and Marian A. MacCurdy. Urbana, IL: NCTE, 2000. 291–312.
Bernstein, Susan Naomi. “Instructional Note: Life Writing and Basic Writing.” Teaching Developmental Writing: Background Readings. Ed. Susan Naomi Berstein. 2nd ed. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2004.
Bizzell,Patricia. “Basic Writing and the Issue of Correctness, or, What to Do with ‘Mixed’ Forms of Academic Discourse.” Journal of Basic Writing 19.1 (2000)
-----. “Hybrid Academic Discourses: What, Wh, How.” Composition Studies 27 (Fall 1999): 7–21.
Cody, Jim. “The Importance of Expressive Language in Preparing Basic Writers for College Writing.” Journal of Basic Writing 15.2 (1996): 95–111. MLA International Bibliography. 15 February 2007.
Connors, Robert. “Personal Writing Assignments.” College Composition and Communication 38 (1987): 166–183.
Dixon, Kathleen G. “Intellectual Development and the Place of Narrative in ‘Basic’ and Freshman Composition.” Journal of Basic Writing 8.1 (1989): 3–20.
Duym, Virgina. “Beyond Basic: Synthesizing the Personal and the Academic.” Presented at the 48th Annual Meeting of the Conference on College Composition and Communication March 12–15, 1997. ERIC/EBSCO. Mary and Jeff Bell Library, Corpus Christi, TX. 22 Mar. 2007.
Elbow, Peter. “Being a Writer vs. Being an Academic: A Conflict in Goals.” College Composition and Communication 46.1 (1995): 72–83. MLA International Bibliography. 27 February 2007.
Elbow, Peter. Writing with Power. New York: Oxford University Press, 1981.
Elliot, Norbert. “Narrative Discourse and the Basic Writer.” Journal of Basic Writing 14.2 (1995)19–30.
Gleason, Barbara. “Something of Great Constancy.” Attending to the Margins. Eds. Valerie Balester and Michelle Kells. Portsmouth, NH : Boynton/Cook Publishers, 1999. 97–113.
Hebb, Judith. “Mixed Forms of Academic Discourse: A Continuum of Language Possibility.” Journal of Basic Writing 21.2 (2002).
Hindman, Jane E. “Integrating the Voices: Writing as Healing as the Way to Construct Knowledge for Basic Writers.” Presented at the 44th Annual Meeting of the Conference on College Composition, and Communication October 14–16, 1993. ERIC/EBSCO. Mary and Jeff Bell Library, Corpus Christi, TX. 22 Mar. 2007.
Hoffman, Leonore. “Using Letters, Diaries, and Oral Testimonies of Ordinary People to Teach Writing.” A Source Book for Basic Writing Teachers. Ed. Theresa Enos. New York: Random House, 1987.
Jackman, Mary Kay. “When the Personal Becomes Professional: Stories from Reentry Adult Women Learners about Family, Work, and School.” Teaching Developmental Writing: Background Readings. Ed. Susan Naomi Berstein. 2nd ed. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2004.
Lavender, Peter. “We need to derive reading and writing materials from the real world.” Adults Learning. 12:2 (2000): 6.
Mlynarczyk, Rebecca Williams. “Personal and Academic Writing: Revisiting the Debate.” The Journal of Basic Writing 25.1 (2006): 4–25.
Moran, Molly Hurley. “Toward a Writing and Healing Approach in the Basic Writing Classroom: One Professor’s Personal Odyssey.” Journal of Basic Writing. 23:2 2004. 93–115.
Murray, Donald. “All Writing is Autobiography.” College Composition and Communication 42 (1991): 66–74.
Nudelman, Jerrold, and Alvin H. Schlosser. “Experiential vs. Expository: Is Peaceful Coexistence Really Possible?” Teaching English in the Two-Year College (Fall 1981):17–23.
Pennebaker, James W. Opening Up: The Healing Power of Expressing Emotions. New York: Guilford, 1990.
Robillard, Amy E. “It’s Time for Class: Toward a More Complex Pedagogy of Narrative.” College English 66 (2003): 74–92.
Ryden, Wendy. “Conflicted Literacy: Fredrick Douglass’s Critical Model.” Journal of Basic Writing 24.1 (2005): 4–23.
Schafer, Gregory. “Using Letters for Process and Change in the Basic Writing Classroom.” Teaching Developmental Writing: Background Readings. Ed. Susan Naomi Berstein. 2nd ed. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2004.
Sommers, Nancy. “Between the Drafts.” College Composition and Communication 43 (1992): 23–31.
VonBergen, Linda. “Shaping the Point With Poetry.” Journal of Basic Writing 20.1 (2001): [need page numbers - cut off]
Winslow, Rosemary, and Monica Mische. “The Hero’s Performance and Students’ Quests for Meaning and Identity: A Humanities and Writing Course Design” Journal of Basic Writing 15.2 (1996).
Young, Morris. “Narratives of Identity: Theorizing the Writer and the Nation.” Journal of Basic Writing 15.2 (1996).
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