Not Going It Alone: Public Writing, Independent Media, and the Circulation of Homeless Advocacy

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2009-09
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This article argues that the teaching of public writing should not neglect issues of circulation and local need. In a series of case studies involving small press papers and homeless advocacy, the authors seek to extend recent work begun by Susan Wells, John Trimbur, and Nancy Welch, which raises crucial questions about public rhetoric in the writing classroom.

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Mathieu, P.; George, D. (2009). Not Going It Alone: Public Writing, Independent Media, and the Circulation of Homeless Advocacy. College Composition and Communication 61(1), 130-149. http://www.jstor.org/stable/40593519