Bridging Rhetorical Genre Studies and Ethics of Representation in Meeting Minutes

@inproceedings{Whitney2019BridgingRG,
  title={Bridging Rhetorical Genre Studies and Ethics of Representation in Meeting Minutes},
  author={Kelly Whitney},
  year={2019}
}
This essay describes a project that introduces undergraduate students in a technical and professional writing course to rhetorical genre studies, context, and ethics. In this project, students (1) study examples of meeting minutes and consider their functions within specific contexts, (2) take meeting minutes of a class session, and (3) analyze their minutes to abstract larger lessons on the rhetorical, epistemological, and ethical work of technical and professional writing. This project brings… CONTINUE READING

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