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Preparing Citizens, Composing Publics: Composition Pedagogy as a Primer for Engaged Citizenship
This dissertation presents a vision for community-engaged composition pedagogy aimed at preparing students to be active citizens called composing local publics. The author draws on community literacy scholarship to trace the literacy practices observed across local activist and advocacy organizations to create a pedagogical approach. Rooted in this research, the author traces the trajectory of a writing course designed around these literacy practices and examines how they contribute to habits of active citizenship.
Hubrig, Adam Lee, "Preparing Citizens, Composing Publics: Composition Pedagogy as a Primer for Engaged Citizenship" (2020). ETD collection for University of Nebraska - Lincoln. AAI28027989.