Editors: Emily Murphy Cope, Gabriel Cutrufello, and Kim Fahle Peck
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978-1-64317-301-6 (paperback, $24.99. 118 pages, with notes, illustrations, and bibliography.
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Young Scholars in Writing: Undergraduate Research in Writing and Rhetoric publishes research articles written by undergraduates on topics related to rhetoric and writing. Articles integrate secondary sources from the area under investigation and offer primary research conducted by the writer(s) and/or ground inquiry in a defined theoretical framework. Articles make an intellectual contribution to their respective fields. Young Scholars in Writing also publishes collaborative manuscripts and research by or about historically or currently marginalized or underrepresented peoples and cultures. Young Scholars in Writing is peer-reviewed by undergraduate students from a range of two- and four-year colleges from across the U.S. as well as former contributors to the journal. It is also faculty-reviewed by editorial board members from higher education institutions across the US.
Editors’ Introduction by Kameron Cherry, Emily Murphy Cope, Gabriel Cutrufello, Jalil Dixon, Travis Kurowski, and Kim Fahle Peck | Spotlight on First Year Writing: Is This America?: How Rhetorical Velocity and Recomposition Turn Movements into Memes by Micha Williams | ARTICLES: The True Crisis Is Neoliberalism: An Analysis of the Palestinian-Led BDS Movement’s Pandemic Rhetoric by Olivia Rowland | “Our House Is on Fire”: Exploring the Rhetorical Significance of Youth Climate Activists, an Emerging Discourse Community by Sarah Bach | To Be an Essential Worker: An Exploration of Rhetoric During COVID-19 by Ally Roeker | First Year Writing Student Attitudes and Beliefs: The Potential for Writing-Related Transfer by Emily Lawrence | METHODOLOGICAL REFLECTIONS: A Mixed-Methods Approach to Analyzing Writing Center Session Notes by Zoe DeKruif & Jamie Smith | Coding the Whiteboard Space: How a Pandemic Prompted a Project in Online Writing Center Research by Abigail Kremer | Genre Cross-Writing: A Methodology for Writing As Our Selves by Haley Wellner | COMMENT AND RESPONSE: A Response to Gina Keplinger: Pursuing Evolution (and Revolution) through Form by Ashley Beresch | Contributors
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