ENG 375 Bibliography

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Below is a list of specific class readings as well as background research that informed this inquiry. All class readings are provided via hyperlinks on the syllabus.

Aristotle. “Rhetoric.” Trans. W. Rhys Roberts. The Internet Classics ArchiveWeb. Retrieved 1/17/17.

Arola, Kristin L. and Anne Frances Wysocki, Eds. composing (media) = composing (embodiment): bodies, technologies, writing, the teaching of writing. Logan: Utah State University Press, 2012.

Association of Writers and Writing Programs. “The Best of the AWP Pedagogy Papers 2011.”

Banaji, Mahzarin. “The Mind is a Difference-Seeking Machine.” Conversation with Krista Tippet. On Being, June 9, 2016.

Bascom, Tim. “Picturing the Personal Essay: A Visual Guide.” Creative Nonfiction, Issue 49, Summer, 2013.

Baudrillard, Jean. The Ecstasy of Communication. Cambridge:  (Semiotext(e) / Foreign Agents), 2012.

Bogost, Ian. “The Rhetoric of Video Games.” The Ecology of Games: Connecting Youth, Games, and Learning. Ed. Katie Salen. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2008: 117-139.

”         ”  “Procedural Rhetoric (Media Systems #7).” YouTube. Web, Sept. 2013.

Bolter, Jay David. “Writing as Technology.” Writing Space: Computers, Hypertext, and the Remediation of Print. 2nd Ed. Milton Park: Routledge, 2011. Print. 14-26.

Burke, Kenneth. “The Unending Conversation.” The Philosophy of Literary Form. Berkeley: UCP, 1973. 110-111. Print.

Comas, James, PhD. “The Question of Defining Rhetoric.” Resources in Rhetorical Studies, Jan. 2001.

Dash, Anil. “Tech’s Moral Reckoning.” On Being. Podcast, Jan. 12, 2017. Web. Retrieved 2/1/17.

Digital Archives of Literacy Narratives Project. Web. Retrieved 2/1/17.

Dobrin, Sidney, Ed. Ecology, Writing Theory, and New Media: Writing Ecology. New York: Routledge, 2012.

Galvan, Cristina, Jenny Lower, Paola Mardo, Haley Ray, Madison Weil. “LA’s Filipino, Japanese and Russian communities discuss the presidential election.” #VoiceYourVoteLA. Web. Retrieved 2/1/17.

Gottfried, Jeffrey and Elisa Shearer. “News Use Across Social Media Platforms 2016.” Pew Research Center, May 26, 2016. Web. Retrieved 2/1/17.

Greer, Jeff. “5 Do’s and Don’ts for College Students Using Social Media.” US News & World Report, May 12, 2010. Web. Retrieved 2/1/17.

Heller, Nathan. “The Big Uneasy: What’s roiling the liberal arts campus?” The New Yorker, May, 2016.

Hilton, Jacob. “White Like Us.” Brevity Magazine, Sept. 12, 2016. Web. Retrieved 2/7/17.

Lenfield, Spencer. “Other Selves.” Nat. Brut, June 10, 2016.

Linsenmeyer, Mark. “20 Versions of ‘The Cave:’ A Video Roundup.” The Partially Examined Life: A Philosophy Podcast and Philosophy Blog, July 18, 2011. Web. Retrieved 2/1/17.

Lower, Jenny. “Losing My Religion (Journalism).” Medium, Sept. 8, 2016. Web. Retrieved 2/1/17.

Neill, Conor. “What Aristotle and Joshua Bell can teach us about persuasion.” Ted Ed: Lessons Worth Sharing. Web. Retrieved 1/17/17.

Petrosino, Kiki. “Literacy Narrative.” The Iowa Review, March 3, 2015. Web. Retrieved 2/1/17.

Pew Research Organization. “Top voting issues in 2016 election.” July 7, 2016. Web.

Porter, James E. “Recovering Delivery for Digital Rhetoric.” Computers and Composition 26 (2009) 207-224. Web. Retrieved 1/17/17.

Shlain, Tiffany. “Growing Up the Internet.” On Being. Podcast, March 31, 2016. Web. Retrieved 1/25/17.

Siken, Richard. “Why.” Moving Poems, 20 June, 2013. Web. Retrieved 2/22/17.

Wells, Sarah. “Field Guide to Resisting Temptation.” Brevity Magazine, May 13, 2013. Web. Retrieved 2/7/17.

Wysocki, Anne F, Johnson Johnson-Eilola, Cynthia L. Selfe and Geoffrey Sirc. Writing New Media: Theory and Applications for Expanding the Teaching of Composition. Logan, UT: Utah State UP, 2004.

Zomorodi, Manoush. “The Bookie, The Phone Booth, and The FBI.” Note to Self. Podcast, Jan. 18, 2017. Web. Retrieved 2/20/17.

”                ”  “The Privacy Paradox.” Note to Self. Podcast, Jan. 30 – Feb. 10, 2017. Web. Retrieved 2/25/17.