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Publication Date: 1994
Publisher: State University of New York Press
Helmers, Marguerite H.
This is a book about the usual teacher-student relationship in composition courses. It disrupts and rewrites the commonplace conception of the relationship by revealing the uneven ways in which power is deployed in an around the classroom. And it offers a responsible alternative. The author not only offers teachers a way of learning about power relations at their own specific sites, but also works towards a more equitable redistribution.Helmers, Marguerite H. is the author of 'Writing Students Composition, Testimonials and Representations of Students', published 1994 under ISBN 9780791421635 and ISBN 0791421635.
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