Process and post-process : A discursive history

@inproceedings{Matsuda2003ProcessAP,
  title={Process and post-process : A discursive history},
  author={Paul Kei Matsuda},
  year={2003}
}
  • Paul Kei Matsuda
  • Published 2003
While the term post-process can be useful as a heuristic for expanding the scope of the field of second language writing, the uncritical adoption of this and other keywords can have serious consequences because they often oversimplify the historical complexity of the intellectual developments they describe. In order to provide a critical understanding of the term post-process in its own historical context, this article examines the history of process and post-process in composition studies… CONTINUE READING

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