Writing and Rhetoric Department:College of Arts and Humanities

Recent Faculty Publications

Melody Bowdon

Waldrop, Julee, and Melody A. Bowdon, eds. Best Practices for Flipping the College Classroom. New York: Routledge, 2015.
Bowdon, Melody, Stacey Pigg and Melissa Pompos“Feminist Ethics and Service-Learning Site Selection: The Role of Empathy.” Accepted for publication in Feminist Teacher, 2014. 
Bowdon, Melody A. “Tweeting an Ethos: Emergency Messaging, Social Media, and Teaching Technical Communication.” Technical Communication Quarterly 23.1 (2014): 35–54.

Bowdon, Melody. “The Risks and Rewards of Being a Faculty Member Without A Class.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Tampa, FL. March 2015. Conference Paper.

Bowdon, Melody. “The Risks and Rewards of Reaching Beyond our Own Classrooms.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Tampa, FL. March 2015. Roundtable Presentation.

Bowdon, Melody, Michael Aldarondo-Jeffries, Alisha Janowski, and Anna Turner.  “The iPad Experiment: Student and Faculty Use of Mobile Technologies.”  Higher Education Teaching and Learning Association.  Anchorage, Alaska. May, 2014.  Conference Paper. 

Bowdon, Melody.  “Faculty Development and Composition Scholars: Creating Campuswide Impacts and Expanding Career Opportunities.”  Conference on College Composition and Communication.  Indianapolis, IN.  March, 2014.  Conference Paper.  

Martha Catherine Brenckle

  • “The Story of Fox Girl: Writing Queer about/in Imaginary Spaces.”  Sexual Rhetorics. Johnathan Alexander and Jacqueline Rhodes, eds. New York: Routledge, 2015.

“The Mills, Fall River, Massachusetts”; “The Invention of Triage”; “Aiding the Rebellion”;“Amelia Earhart”; and “Necessary Work.” Lost Coast Review 5.2 (Winter 2014): 12-18. Print.

with Gina M. Garcia. Untold (screenplay and film production).  Traveling Buddha Productions, 2013.  DVD.

Premiered at Central Florida Film Festival, August 30, 2014.  Won Best Florida Feature Film and Audience Choice Awards.  Official Selection in Orlando Film Festival, October 22-25, 2014.  Shortlisted for Melbourne Film Festival, Melbourne, Australia, April 2015. 

"You Don’t Know What It’s Like.” Telling Truths. Sheena Wilson, ed. Toronto: Demeter Press, May  2014: 96-101. Print.

Brandy Dieterle

Dieterle, Brandy. (2017). From teaching to tutoring: Listening to my inner teacher. Communication Center Journal, 3(1), 168-169. Retrieved from http://libjournal.uncg.edu/ccj/article/view/1592
Dieterle, Brandy. (2017). Adopting critical ethical practices in research on gender and embodiment. In Digital Rhetoric Collaborative. Retrieved from http://www.digitalrhetoriccollaborative.org/2017/12/17/adopting-critical-ethical-practices-in-resear...

Dustin W. Edwards

Edwards, Dustin, and Bridget Gelms. “The Rhetorics of Platforms,” Special Issueof Present Tense: A Journal of Rhetoric in Society, vol. 6, no. 3, 2018. 
Edwards, Dustin W. "Circulation Gatekeepers: Unbundling the Platform Politics of YouTube's Content ID." Computers and Composition 47 (2018): 61-74.
Edwards, Dustin. “On Circulatory Encounters: The Case for Tactical Rhetorics.” enculturation: a Journal of Rhetoric, Writing, and Culture, vol. 25, 2017, http://enculturation.net/circulatory_encounters 
Edwards, Dustin W. "Framing Remix Rhetorically: Toward A Typology of Transformative Work." Computers and Composition, vol. 39, 2016, pp. 41-54.
Edwards, Dustin W. "Playing With Plagiarism: Remixing What Sticks." Harlot: A Revealing Look at the Arts of Persuasion, vol. 11., no. 1, 2014. 
Edwards, Dustin, and Heather Lang. "Entanglements That Matter: A New Materialist Trace of #YesAllWomen." Circulation, Writing, and Rhetoric, edited by Laurie Gries and Collin Brooke, Utah State UP, 2018. 
Edwards, Dustin, and Enrique Paz. “Only Geniuses Can Be Writers.” Bad Ideas About Writing. Eds. Drew Loewe and Cheryl Ball. West Virginia University Digital Publishing Institute, 2017, pp. 64-70. 

Marcy L Galbreath

“Sponsors of Agricultural Literacies: Intersections of Institutional and Local Knowledge in a Farming Community.” Community Literacy Journal 10.1 Special Issue, Community Food Literacies. Autumn 2015.
“Teaching the Repulsive Memorial.” 171-84. With Barry Jason Mauer, John Venecek, Amy Larner Giroux, Patricia Carlton, and Valerie Kasper. In Pedagogies of Public Memory: Teaching Writing and Rhetoric at Museums, Archives, and Memorials, Ed. Laurie Grobman and Jane Greer. New York: Routledge, 2015.

Tyler Gillespie

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Gillespie, Tyler. Florida Man: Poems. Indiana, PA: Red Flag Poetry, 2018.

Nathan Holic

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The Things I Don't See. By Nathan Holic. Charlotte, NC: Main Street Rag Publishing, 2015.

Natasha N. Jones

Jones, N. (2017). Rhetorical narratives of black entrepreneurs: The business of race, agency, and cultural empowerment. Journal of Business and Technical Communication.

Jones, N., Moore, K., & Walton, R.  (2016). Disrupting the past to disrupt the future: An antenarrative of technical communication. Technical Communication Quarterly, 25(4), 211-229.

Jones, N. (2016). Found things: Genre, narratives, and identification in a networked activist organization. Technical Communication Quarterly, 25(4), 298-318. 

Jones, N. (2016). The technical communicator as advocate: Integrating a social justice approach in technical communication. Journal of Technical Writing and Communication, 46(3), 342-361.

Jones, N. (2016).  Narrative inquiry in human centered design: Examining silence and voice to promote social justice in design scenarios. Journal of Technical Writing and Communication, 46(4) 471-492.

Bourelle, T., Bourelle, A., and Jones, N. (2015). Multimodality in the technical communication classroom: Viewing classical rhetoric through a 21st century lens.Technical Communication Quarterly, 24(4), 306-327.

Jones, N., Savage, G. & Yu, H. (2014). Tracking our progress: Diversity in technical and professional communication. Programmatic Perspectives, 6(1), 132-152.

Jones, N. (2014). Methods and meanings: Reflections on reflexivity and flexibility in the study of organizational culture. Journal of Rhetoric, Professional Communication, and Globalization, 5(1), 14-43.

Jones, N. (2018). Empowerment through change and resilience: A technical communicator’s tale. In E. Flynn and T. Bourelle (Eds.), Women’s Personal, Professional, and Intellectual Lives in Rhetoric and Composition. Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press.
Jones, N. & Wheeler, S. (2017). Document design and social justice: A universal design for documents. In E. Wardle and D. Downs (Eds.), Writing about Writing: A College Reader. 3rd edition, (pp. TBD). Boston, MA: Bedford/St. Martin’s.

Jones, N. (2014). The importance of ethnographic research in activist networks. In M. Williams and O. Pimentel (Eds.). Communicating Race, Ethnicity, and Identity in Technical Communication (pp. 46-620). Baywood Press.

Bourelle, A., Bourelle, T. & Jones, N. (2015, October 8-10). The rhetorical canons and multimodal literacy in the technical communication classroom: Viewing classical rhetoric through a 21st century lens. Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association. Santa Fe, NM.

Jones, N. (2015, March 18-21). Critical Pedagogy, critical design: Critically engaging design methods created from a place of privilege to develop a framework for learning from marginalized students. Conference on College Composition and Communication. Tampa, FL.

Moore, K., Jones, N., & Walton, R. (2015, March 18). Enacting social justice: Finding value in technical communication. Roundtable. Association for Teachers of Technical Writing Conference, Tampa, FL.

Jamila Kareem

Kareem, Jamila M. "Transitioning Counter-stories: Black Student Accounts of Transitioning to College Writing." Journal of College Literacy and Learning, vol. 44, 2018.

Barbara Rau Kyle

“Writing for Publication in English as a Second Language: Working in Shanghai with Engineering Graduate Students.” Florida College English Association 2015 Conference. St. Petersburg, Florida, October 8, 2015.
"Writing Papers for Publication in English.” Tongji University. Shanghai, China, May 26, 2015.

Paul Dan Martin

Martin, Dan. "Creating a WAC Module for UCF." International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference. Ann Arbor, MI. June 2016. Conference Presentation.
Martin, Dan. "Feedback, Motivation, and Teaching Writing Online: Using Feedback Tutorials to Respond to Writing in Online Courses."Conference on College Composition and Communication. Tampa, FL. March 2015. Conference Presentation.

Martin, Dan. "Semiotics and Constructing Fake News." DRC: Digital Rhetoric Collaboration. Gayle Morris Sweetland Center for Writing, University of Michigan. 28 March 2017. Web

Martin, Dan. "Extensive and Reflexive: Writing to Learn and Communicate." Comp Community Chronicle 9 November 2016. Web

Laurie A. Pinkert

“Developing Accounts of Instructor Learning: Recognizing the Impacts of Service-Learning Pedagogies on Writing Teachers.” With Kendall Leon and Kathryn Trauth Taylor. Composition Studies 45.1.

Melissa Pompos Mansfield

Bowdon, Melody, Stacey Pigg, and Lissa Pompos Mansfield. “Feminine and Feminist Ethics and Service-Learning Site Selection: The Role of Empathy.” Feminist Teacher 24.1/2 (2015): 57-82. Print.

Mansfield, Lissa. “Chapter 3: Citation.” UCF Writes: A Handbook for Writing at the University of Central Florida. Eds. Matthew Bryan, Nathan Holic, Lissa Mansfield, Adele Richardson, Nichole Stack, Jacob Stewart, and Kevin Roozen. Fountainhead Press, 2016. 85-118. Print. 

Bowdon, Melody, Lissa Pompos Mansfield, and Julee B. Waldrop. “Conclusion: Reflecting on the Flipping Experience.” Best Practices for Flipping the College Classroom. Ed. Julee B. Waldrop and Melody A. Bowdon. Routledge, 2015. Print.

Kevin Roozen

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Roozen, Kevin and Joe Erickson. Expanding Literate Landscapes: Persons, Practices, and Sociohistoric Perspectives of Disciplinary Development. Logan, UT: Computers and Composition Digital P/Utah State UP, 2017. Web.

Roozen, Kevin, and Joe Erickson. "Doing Two-Dimensional Design, Arranging American Literature, Crafting Creative Writing: Re-situating the Development of Discursive Practice Across Multiple Engagements." Enculturation: A Journal of Rhetoric, Writing, and Culture 17 (2014): http://www.enculturation.net/multiple-engagements.

Roozen, Kevin."Journalism, Poetry, Stand-Up Comedy, and Academic Writing: Mapping the Interplay of Curricular and Extracurricular Literate Activities": Re-visiting a Theoretical Lens Five Years Later. Composition Forum30 (2014):http://compositionforum.com/issue/30/roozen-retrospective.php.

Roozen, Kevin. “Reflective Interviewing: Methodological Moves for Tracing Tacit Knowledge and Challenging Tacit Chronotopic Representations.” A Rhetoric of Reflection, edited by Kathleen Blake Yancey, Utah State University Press, 2016, pp. 250-267.
Roozen, Kevin, Rebecca Woodard, Sonia Kline, and Paul Prior. "The Transformative Potential of of Laminating Trajectories: Three Teachers' Developing Pedagogical Practices." Working with Academic Literacies: Case Studies Towards Transformative Practice. Ed. Theresa Lillis, Kathy Harrington, Mary Lea, and Sally Mitchell. Fort Collins, CO: The WAC Clearinghouse. 2015. 205-215.

Roozen, Kevin. “Texts Get Their Meaning From Other Texts.” Naming What We Know: Threshold Concepts of Writing Studies. Linda Adler-Kassner and Elizabeth Wardle (Eds.). Logan, UT: Utah State University Press, 2015. 44-47.

Roozen, Kevin. “Writing Is a Social and Rhetorical Activity.” Naming What We Know: Threshold Concepts of Writing Studies. Linda Adler-Kassner and Elizabeth Wardle (Eds.). Logan, UT: Utah State University Press, 2015. 17-18.

Roozen, Kevin. “Writing Is Linked to Issues of Identity.” Naming What We Know: Threshold Concepts of Writing Studies. Linda Adler-Kassner and Elizabeth Wardle (Eds.). Logan, UT: Utah State University Press, 2015. 50-51.

Angela R. Rounsaville

Rounsaville, Angela. “Worlding Genres through Lifeworld Analysis: New Directions for Genre Pedagogy and Uptake Awareness.” Composition Forum 37 (Fall 2017).
Rounsaville, Angela. “Genre Repertoires from Below: How one Student Built a Writing Life across Generations, Borders, and Communities.” Research in the Teaching of English 51.3 (February 2017): 317-340.


Rounsaville, Angela. “Taking Hold of Global Englishes: Intensive English Programs as Brokers of Transnational Literacy.” Journal of Literacy in Composition Studies 13.3 (October 2015): 67-85.
Rounsaville, Angela. “Situating Transnational Genre Knowledge: A Genre Trajectory Analysis of One Student’s Personal and Private Writing,” Written Communication 31.3 (July 2014): 332-364.

Blake Scott

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Meloncon, Lisa, and J. Blake Scott, eds. Methodologies for the Rhetoric of Health & Medicine. Routledge, 2017.
Scott, J. Blake, and Lisa Meloncon. "Writing and Rhetoric Majors, Disciplinarity, and Techne." Composition Forum, vol. 35, 2017, Web.
Malkowski, Jennifer, J. Blake Scott, and Lisa Keranen. "Rhetorical Approaches to Health and Medicine." Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Communication, edited by Jon F. Nussbaum, Oxford UP, 2016, Web.
Wardle, Elizabeth, and J. Blake Scott. "Defining and Developing Expertise in a Writing and Rhetoric Department." WPA: Writing Program Administration, vol. 39, no. 1, 2015, pp. 72-93.
Scott, J. Blake. “Afterword: Elaborating Health and Medicine’s Publics.” Special issue on “Medicine, Health, and Publics,” edited by Lisa Keranen. Journal of Medical Humanities, vol. 35, no. 1, 2014, pp. 229-235.
Scott, J. Blake. “Biopower and Biopolitics.” SAGE Encyclopedia of Health Communication, edited by Teresa Thompson. SAGE, 2014, pp. 110-113.
Scott, J. Blake, and Lisa Meloncon. "Manifesting Methodologies for the Rhetoric of Health & Medicine." With Lisa Meloncon. Methodologies for the Rhetoric of Health & Medicine, edited by Lisa Meloncon and J. Blake Scott. Routledge, 2017, pp. 1-23
Scott, J. Blake. “Disciplinary Rhetorics, Sexualized Bodies, and Truvada.” Sexual Rhetorics, edited byJonathan Alexander and Jacqueline Rhodes. Routledge, 2016, pp. 217-230.
Scott, J. Blake, and Elizabeth Wardle. "Using Threshold Concepts to Inform Writing and Rhetoric Undergraduate Majors: The UCF Experiment." Naming What We Know: Threshold Concepts of Writing Studies, edited by Linda Adler-Kassner and Elizabeth Wardle. Utah State UP, 2015, pp. 122-139.

Stephanie Vie

“Games in Technical Communication.” Special issue of Technical Communication Quarterly 25.3 (2016, Fall). Print. co-edited with Jennifer deWinter.

Because Facebook: Digital Rhetoric/Social Media.” Special issue of Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy 19.3 (2015, May). Web. co-edited with Douglas Walls.
"Managing Community Managers: Social Labor, Feminized Skills, and Professionalization." Communication Design Quarterly 4.4 (2016): 36-45. Co-authored with Jennifer deWinter and Carly Kocurek.

Minding the Gap: Comics as Scaffolding for Critical Literacy Skills in the Classroom.” Composition Forum 33 (2016, February). Web. Co-authored with Brandy Dieterle. 

Writing in an age of surveillance, privacy, and net neutrality.” Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy 20.2 (2016, January). Web. co-authored with Estee Beck, Angela Crow, Heidi McKee, Colleen A. Reilly, Jennifer deWinter, Laura Gonzales, and Danielle Nicole DeVoss.
How are we tracked once we press play? Surveillance and video games.” Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy 20.2 (2016, January). Web. co-authored with Jennifer deWinter
Medulla: A 2D Sidescrolling Platformer Game that Teaches Basic Brain Structure and Function.” Well Played 4.2 (2015): 7-29. Print. co-authored with Joseph Fanfarelli
Sparklegate: Gamification, Academic Gravitas, and the Infantalization of Play.” Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy 20.1 (2015). Web. co-authored with Jennifer deWinter.
Digital First-Year Composition: Integrating Multimodality into a Writing about Writing Approach.” Journal of Global Literacies, Technologies, and Emerging Pedagogies 3.1 (July 2015). Web.
"What’s Going On: Challenges and Opportunities for Social Media Use in the Writing Classroom.” The Journal of Faculty Development 29.2 (2015): 33-44. Print.
e. pluribus plures: DMAC and its Keywords.” Computers and Composition 36 (2015): 1-15. Print. co-authored with Casey Boyle, Laura Micciche, Melanie Yergeau, Caroline Dadas, Janine Morris, Christian Smith, and Lisa Blankenship.
“Understanding Digital Badges through Feedback, Reward, and Narrative: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Building Better Badges in Social Environments.” Communication Design Quarterly 3.3 (2015): 56-60. Print. co-authored with Joseph Fanfarelli and Rudy McDaniel.
The Human Rights Campaign Facebook Logo.” Civic Media Project (March 2015). Web.
Interviews with Learning Games Initiative (LGI) Members.” Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy 19.2 (2015). Web.
"Community Guides: Disrupting Oppression in Comment Threads on Social Sites.” Technoculture: An Online Journal of Technology in Society 4 (2014). Web. co-authored with Deb Balzhiser and Devon Fitzgerald Ralston.
"Critical Literacies in Mobile Games: Terms of Service, Privacy Policies, and Games Analysis." Mobile Technologies and the Writing Classroom: Resources for Teachers. Ed. Claire Lutkewitte. National Council of Teachers of English, 2016. 82-94. Print.
"Occupy Rhetoric: Responding to Charges of 'Slacktivism' with Digital Activism Successes." Handbook of Research on Citizen Engagement and Public Participation in the Age of New Media. Ed. Marco Adria and Yuping Mao. IGI-Global, 2016. 179-93. Print. Co-authored with Daniel Carter and Jessica Meyr.

“#Dangerousbydesign: Visualizzare Spazi Urbani Queer/Quare e Ostili con la Teoria dei Giochi” (“#Dangerousbydesign: Queerly/Quarely Visualizing Hostile Urban Spaces Through Game Theory”). Oltre il Gioco: Critica Della Ludicizzazione Urbana (Beyond the Game: Critique of Urban Spaces). Ed. Matteo Bittanti and Emanuela Zilio. Milan, Italy:  Edizioni Unicopli, 2016. 126-145. Print. Co-authored with David Moran and J. Michael Moshell.

Policies, Terms of Service, and Social Networking Games.Video Game Policy: Production, Distribution, and Consumption. Ed. Jennifer deWinter and Steven Conway. Routledge, 2015. 54-67. Print.
“The Role of Micro-Blogging in Responding to Corporate Controversy.” Maximizing Commerce and Marketing Strategies through Micro-Blogging. Eds. Janée N. Burkhalter and Natalie T. Wood. IGI-Global, 2015. 67-91. Print. co-authored with Megan Lambert.
"Don’t Fear the Reaper: Beyond the Specter of Internet Plagiarism.” Strategic Discourse: The Politics of (New) Literacy Crises. Ed. Lynn C. Lewis. Computers and Composition Digital Press, 2015. Web.
"‘You Are How You Play’: Privacy Policies and Data Mining in Social Networking Games.” Computer Games and Technical Communication: Critical Methods and Applications at the Intersection. Eds. Jennifer deWinter and Ryan Moeller. Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2014. 171-187. Print.
Grumble, Grumble: The Pitfalls of Gaming Pedagogy.” Plugs, Play, Pedagogy. December 22, 2014. Web. co-authored with Kyle Stedman.
A New Hope for Games in the Classroom.” Plugs, Play, Pedagogy. November 30, 2014. Web. co-authored with Kyle Stedman.
“Review of Jason Palmeri’s Remixing Composition: A History of Multimodal Writing Pedagogy.” Teaching English in the Two-Year College 42.1 (2014): 94-6.
"Pokemon Go is R.A.D.: How Game Studies and Writing Center Research Can Learn From Each Other." Invited keynote at Mid-Atlantic Writing Centers Association Conference. Reading, PA, April 1, 2017
“After a Decade of Social Media: The Landscape of Social Media in Writing Instruction Today.” Invited keynote at Computers and Writing Conference. Rochester, NY, May 20, 2016

“Literate Acts in Social Media: Personal, Professional, and Pedagogical Uses of Social Media Today.” Invited keynote at Humanities Unbound Conference. Norfolk, VA, April 21, 2016

“Social Media as Professional Communication: A Changing Landscape.”  Invited keynote at the University of North Florida’s English Honors Society Spring Showcase. Jacksonville, FL, March 4, 2016

"Yes, We're Going to Talk about Candy Crush: Surveillance, Social Games, and Screen Segmentation." Invited Talk. Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Special Interest Group on the Design of Communication (SIGDOC) 2014. Colorado Springs, CO, September 27, 2014
"Paying Attention to Privacy Policies in Social Media." Invited Workshop. Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, MA, March 28, 2014
"Turn it Down, Don't Turnitin: An Argument against Plagiarism Detection Technologies." Invited Talk. Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Worcester, MA, March 28, 2014
Opportunities and Challenges in Researching Social Networks: One Scholar’s Perspective.” Illuminations: A Newsletter for New Faculty. March 9, 2015. Web.
"'Getting to Know You’ with Student Introduction Videos.” Multimodal Mondays—Bedford Bits Blog: Ideas for Teaching Composition. Web.
Is There a Place for Social Media in Your Classroom?UCF Faculty Focus 13.3 (2014): 6-7. Print.

Pavel Zemliansky

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Zemliansky, Pavel and Kirk St. Amant. Rethinking Post-Soviet Rhetoric: Perspectives on Rhetoric and Writing in the Post-Soviet Space and the Eastern Bloc. Washington, DC: Rowman and Littlefield. 2016. Winner of the 2017 CCCC Best Original Collection of Essays in Technical and Scientific Communication Award.   

Saitta, E.K., Zemliansky, Pavel, and Turner, Anna. “A Model for Program-Wide Assessment of the Effectiveness of Writing Instruction in Science Laboratory Courses.” Journal on Excellence in College Teaching, 26.4, (2015). 

Zemliansky, Pavel and Olena Goroshko. “A Survey of Academic and Professional Writing Instruction in Higher Education in Russia and Ukraine.” Forthcoming in Rethinking Post-Communist Rhetoric: Perspectives on Rhetoric, Writing, and Professional Communication in Post-Soviet Spaces.  Eds. Pavel Zemliansky and Kirk St. Amant. Washington, DC: Rowman and Littlefield.

Zemliansky, P. (2014). “Expertise in professional communication as a catalyst for WAC/WID administration success,” in Sharing Our Intellectual Traces: Narrative Reflections from Administrators of Professional, Technical, and Scientific Communication Programs, T. Bridgeford, K. Kitalong, and B. Williamson, Eds. New York: Baywood Publishing Company, pp. 161-178. 
Zemliansky, P., Zimmerman, T. (2013). "Workplace Realities Versus Romantic Views of Authorship, or Why Intellectual Property Issues Matter to thePedagogy and Practice of Technical Communicators." in Legal Issues in Global Contexts. eds. Kirk St. Amant and Martine Courant-Rife. Amityville, NY: Baywood Press
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