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The Resource "They say/I say" : the moves that matter in academic writing : with readings, Gerald Graff, Cathy Birkenstein, Russel Durst

"They say/I say" : the moves that matter in academic writing : with readings, Gerald Graff, Cathy Birkenstein, Russel Durst

Label
"They say/I say" : the moves that matter in academic writing : with readings
Title
"They say/I say"
Title remainder
the moves that matter in academic writing : with readings
Statement of responsibility
Gerald Graff, Cathy Birkenstein, Russel Durst
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
808/.042
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
PE1431
LC item number
.G73 2009
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • bibliography
  • handbooks
Label
"They say/I say" : the moves that matter in academic writing : with readings, Gerald Graff, Cathy Birkenstein, Russel Durst
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • "Her point is": Art of summarizing
  • 3:
  • "As he himself puts it": The art of quoting
  • Part 2:
  • "I Say"
  • 4:
  • "Yes / no / okay, but": Three ways to respond
  • 5:
  • "And yet": Distinguishing what you say from what they say
  • 6:
  • Preface
  • "Skeptics may object": Planting a naysayer in your text
  • 7:
  • "So what? Who cares?": Saying why it matters
  • Part 3:
  • Tying It All Together:
  • 8:
  • "As a result": Connecting the parts
  • 9:
  • "Ain't so/Is not": Academic writing doesn't always mean setting aside your own voice
  • 10:
  • Preface to "They Say/I Say"
  • "But don't get me wrong": The art of metacommentary
  • Part 4:
  • Entering the Conversation:
  • 11:
  • "I take your point": Entering class discussions
  • 12:
  • "What's motivating this writer?": Reading for the conversation
  • 13:
  • "Analyze this": Writing in the social sciences
  • Erin Ackerman
  • Introduction: Entering the conversation
  • Readings:
  • 14:
  • Is higher education worth the price?
  • Are colleges worth the price of admission?
  • Andrew Hacker and Claudia Dreifus
  • The new liberal arts
  • Sanford J. Ungar
  • Kenyon commencement speech
  • David Foster Wallace
  • Two years are better than four
  • Part 1:
  • Liz Addison
  • Why do you think they're called for-profit colleges?
  • Kevin Carey
  • Are too many people going to college?
  • Charles Murray
  • Blue-collar brilliance
  • Mike Rose
  • A lifetime of student debt? Not likely
  • Robin Wilson
  • "They Say":
  • 1:
  • "They say": Starting with what others are saying
  • 2:
  • Small change: why the revolution will not be tweeted
  • Malcolm Gladwell
  • Reforming Egypt in 140 characters?
  • Dennis Baron
  • 2b or not 2b?
  • David Crystal
  • The I.M.s of Romeo and Juliet
  • Roz Chast
  • Extra lives: Why video games matter
  • Tom Bissell
  • 15:
  • The good, the bad, and the Daily show
  • Jason Zinser
  • Hidden intellectualism
  • Gerald Graff
  • 16:
  • Is fast food the new tobacco?
  • Don't blame the eater
  • David Zincenko
  • What you eat is your business
  • Radley Balko
  • Is pop culture actually good for you?
  • Junking junk food
  • Judith Warner
  • Kentucky town of Manchester illustrates national obesity crisis
  • Wil Haygood
  • Remarks to the NAACP
  • Michelle Obama
  • Escape from the western diet
  • Michael Pollan
  • Food as thought: Resisting the moralization of eating
  • Mary Maxfield
  • Watching TV makes you smarter
  • Fat is a feminist issue
  • Susie Orbach
  • Having it his way: the construction of masculinity in fast-food TV advertising
  • Carrie Packwood Freeman and Debra Merskin
  • 17:
  • Why does it matter who wins the big game?
  • Champion of the world
  • Maya Angelou
  • Why sports matter
  • Wilfrid Sheed
  • Steven Johnson
  • Women who hit very hard and how they've changed tennis
  • Michael Kimmelman
  • In defense of cheering
  • Jennie Yabroff
  • How I learned to love football
  • Felisa Rogers
  • Move over boys, make room in the crease
  • Sara Maratta
  • We, the public, place the best athletes on pedestals
  • William Moller
  • Thinking outside the idiot box
  • Cheating and CHEATING
  • Joe Posnanski
  • 18:
  • What's up with the American dream?
  • Hiding from reality
  • Bob Herbert
  • Is the American dream over?
  • Cal Thomas
  • The American dream: dead, alive, or on hold?
  • Brandon King
  • Dana Stevens
  • Income inequality: too big to ignore
  • Robert H. Frank
  • Confronting inequality
  • Paul Krugman
  • Up against Wal-Mart
  • Karen Olsson
  • Progressive Wal-Mart. Really
  • Sebastian Mallaby
  • Predatory lending and the devouring of the American dream
  • Constance M. Ruzich and A.J. Grant
  • Family Guy and Freud
  • A more perfect union
  • Barack Obama
  • Permissions, acknowledgments
  • Acknowledgments
  • Index of templates
  • Index of authors and titles
  • Antonia Peacocke
Control code
754105743
Dimensions
19 cm.
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
xxix, 701 p.
Isbn
9780393912753
Isbn Type
(pbk.) :
Lccn
2011039045
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • ocn754105743
  • (OCoLC)754105743
Label
"They say/I say" : the moves that matter in academic writing : with readings, Gerald Graff, Cathy Birkenstein, Russel Durst
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • "Her point is": Art of summarizing
  • 3:
  • "As he himself puts it": The art of quoting
  • Part 2:
  • "I Say"
  • 4:
  • "Yes / no / okay, but": Three ways to respond
  • 5:
  • "And yet": Distinguishing what you say from what they say
  • 6:
  • Preface
  • "Skeptics may object": Planting a naysayer in your text
  • 7:
  • "So what? Who cares?": Saying why it matters
  • Part 3:
  • Tying It All Together:
  • 8:
  • "As a result": Connecting the parts
  • 9:
  • "Ain't so/Is not": Academic writing doesn't always mean setting aside your own voice
  • 10:
  • Preface to "They Say/I Say"
  • "But don't get me wrong": The art of metacommentary
  • Part 4:
  • Entering the Conversation:
  • 11:
  • "I take your point": Entering class discussions
  • 12:
  • "What's motivating this writer?": Reading for the conversation
  • 13:
  • "Analyze this": Writing in the social sciences
  • Erin Ackerman
  • Introduction: Entering the conversation
  • Readings:
  • 14:
  • Is higher education worth the price?
  • Are colleges worth the price of admission?
  • Andrew Hacker and Claudia Dreifus
  • The new liberal arts
  • Sanford J. Ungar
  • Kenyon commencement speech
  • David Foster Wallace
  • Two years are better than four
  • Part 1:
  • Liz Addison
  • Why do you think they're called for-profit colleges?
  • Kevin Carey
  • Are too many people going to college?
  • Charles Murray
  • Blue-collar brilliance
  • Mike Rose
  • A lifetime of student debt? Not likely
  • Robin Wilson
  • "They Say":
  • 1:
  • "They say": Starting with what others are saying
  • 2:
  • Small change: why the revolution will not be tweeted
  • Malcolm Gladwell
  • Reforming Egypt in 140 characters?
  • Dennis Baron
  • 2b or not 2b?
  • David Crystal
  • The I.M.s of Romeo and Juliet
  • Roz Chast
  • Extra lives: Why video games matter
  • Tom Bissell
  • 15:
  • The good, the bad, and the Daily show
  • Jason Zinser
  • Hidden intellectualism
  • Gerald Graff
  • 16:
  • Is fast food the new tobacco?
  • Don't blame the eater
  • David Zincenko
  • What you eat is your business
  • Radley Balko
  • Is pop culture actually good for you?
  • Junking junk food
  • Judith Warner
  • Kentucky town of Manchester illustrates national obesity crisis
  • Wil Haygood
  • Remarks to the NAACP
  • Michelle Obama
  • Escape from the western diet
  • Michael Pollan
  • Food as thought: Resisting the moralization of eating
  • Mary Maxfield
  • Watching TV makes you smarter
  • Fat is a feminist issue
  • Susie Orbach
  • Having it his way: the construction of masculinity in fast-food TV advertising
  • Carrie Packwood Freeman and Debra Merskin
  • 17:
  • Why does it matter who wins the big game?
  • Champion of the world
  • Maya Angelou
  • Why sports matter
  • Wilfrid Sheed
  • Steven Johnson
  • Women who hit very hard and how they've changed tennis
  • Michael Kimmelman
  • In defense of cheering
  • Jennie Yabroff
  • How I learned to love football
  • Felisa Rogers
  • Move over boys, make room in the crease
  • Sara Maratta
  • We, the public, place the best athletes on pedestals
  • William Moller
  • Thinking outside the idiot box
  • Cheating and CHEATING
  • Joe Posnanski
  • 18:
  • What's up with the American dream?
  • Hiding from reality
  • Bob Herbert
  • Is the American dream over?
  • Cal Thomas
  • The American dream: dead, alive, or on hold?
  • Brandon King
  • Dana Stevens
  • Income inequality: too big to ignore
  • Robert H. Frank
  • Confronting inequality
  • Paul Krugman
  • Up against Wal-Mart
  • Karen Olsson
  • Progressive Wal-Mart. Really
  • Sebastian Mallaby
  • Predatory lending and the devouring of the American dream
  • Constance M. Ruzich and A.J. Grant
  • Family Guy and Freud
  • A more perfect union
  • Barack Obama
  • Permissions, acknowledgments
  • Acknowledgments
  • Index of templates
  • Index of authors and titles
  • Antonia Peacocke
Control code
754105743
Dimensions
19 cm.
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
xxix, 701 p.
Isbn
9780393912753
Isbn Type
(pbk.) :
Lccn
2011039045
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • ocn754105743
  • (OCoLC)754105743

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