Considering the environment and multifarious plights of various Christian groups throughout the mid-first century, it is safe to say that whatever community Mark wrote for was written for was familiar with some level of suffering. 1,033 more words
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Cooper, Marilyn. “The Ecology of Writing.” College English 48.4 (Apr. 1986): 364-375. (12 pages)
Cooper is confronting the ways that the cognitive process theories of writing “obscure many aspects of writing we have come to see as not peripheral” (365). 484 more words
Omizo, Ryan, and William Hart-Davidson. “Finding Genre Signals in Academic Writing.” Journal of Writing Research 7.3 (2016): 485-509. Web. 18 May 2016.
Ryan Omizo and William Hart-Davidson, publishing in a special section on digital text analysis in the… 1,087 more words
Preface: Please note I went back and changed Day 1 which focused on why we write. Some new information may be found in the previous day’s writing as well as some information from the previous day’s writing may be found in today’s writing. 262 more words